Brian Basilico — February 20, 2018 Follow @bbasilico — February 20, 2018 Today I want to talk about social media. One of the questions I get all the time is, how do I post to make money? My answer today is, no, a social media post will not make you money, and here’s why. What … Continue reading No… A Social Media Post Can’t You Make Money… and Here’s Why!
Candace Huntly — December 20, 2017 Follow @SongBird_TO — December 20, 2017 For many people, saying ‘no’ can be the hardest thing to do. When was the last time you said ‘no’ to someone when it comes to business? Most entrepreneurs don’t feel they can say ‘no’ to opportunities. How can you grow your business … Continue reading 6 Reasons Entrepreneurs Should Just Say ‘No’ in Business
Sahail Ashraf — November 25, 2017 Follow @BizGrowInsights — November 25, 2017 As a member of a digital agency, you’re part of a growing industry. It’s an exciting one too. But part of that growth can be problematic. The biggest and most enduring agencies are able to stay objective, and this is most obvious in … Continue reading How To Say ‘No’ To A Client (And Why You Might Have To)
by Kathi Miller-Miller May 25, 2016 Follow @KathimilleMay 25, 2016 Picture this…you’re in a meeting with several respected co-workers, your boss and your bosses boss. The meeting was billed as a brainstorming session to solve the latest problem that’s keeping everyone up at night. You all take your seats and listen intently as the boss … Continue reading 6 Reasons Saying “No” Can Be Fantastic For Your Career!
by Lauren Kincke May 24, 2016May 24, 2016 Standing up a Marketing Automation platform requires collaboration and decision making. Most of the decisions are large scale, like governance and system access levels; some of the decisions require collaboration with IT, like where you’ll host your landing pages or what email address you will send emails … Continue reading Just Say “No” to Noreply@
by Bob Apollo January 25, 2016 Follow @bobapolloJanuary 25, 2016 Many sales people seem to have an abiding fear of hearing the word “no”. As a result, they go to often-extraordinary lengths to avoid asking questions that might cause the prospect to give them a negative answer that will kill the deal. But this desire … Continue reading Why It’s Best to Say “No” Before Your Prospect Does
Chris ArrendaleAugust 7, 2015 There is a misconception that sending from a noreply email address is the best way to go to avoid being flooded with email replies. If you’re not familiar, you’ve likely seen this type of sender address before – most of the time it looks like this: firstname.lastname@example.org. A noreply email is … Continue reading The NoReply Dilemma: Going from “No” to “Yes”
Melissa DukoJune 26, 2015 Apple’s Steve Jobs once said, “[Innovation] comes from saying no to 1,000 things to make sure we don’t get on the wrong track or try to do too much.” Ponder that for a moment. Wouldn’t you rather be remembered for the iPhone instead of creating five mediocre products that ended up … Continue reading How to Say ‘No’ to Favors and Opportunities