Businesses will only move forward if you employ a productive team. Establishing, developing and evolving any startup is met with many challenges, but to successfully overcome the challenge of recruiting a productive team, you may appreciate the following tips.
It’s time to whip your retail marketing into shape and tough it up to withstand even the nastiest recession… you don’t even need the Internet to do it.
Here are 24 offline retail marketing tactics you can start doing today to help you get ahead of the game. Some of these tips everyone should consider. Others might not work for everyone, but might indeed work beautifully for you.
Take what you can from this list and be the best retail shop on the block. Uhn, yeah!
They’re out there, so be on the lookout! “Oh no, there’s one now… BEHIND YOU!”
Whew… that was close.
You have to be ready for that, because no matter what kind of service you offer, difficult clients will sneak up on you. Some businesses deal directly with clients more than others, but pretty much every company at some point faces those high-maintenance, unreasonable, or just plain demanding types.
Communicating with top influencers and getting them to even consider your content may seem like a daunting task, but it can be done. Follow the steps below to get your guest posts published on the blogs that you choose.
Consumers have certain expectations of brands on social media, but brands in general aren’t living up to those expectations.
Of course, there are companies who already get it, but brands in general just aren’t harnessing the real potential of social media—at least, not in the ways that help to build deep customer relationships.
What if there were people who loved to say great things about you, all of the time, in numerous different places… the kind of “raving fans” who continually share positive stories and give useful advice about why people should go to you for business? Wouldn’t that be fantastic?
This infographic was produced by BzzAgent, who found that “brand advocates are 83% more likely to share information about a product than typical web users, and 50% more likely to influence a purchase.”
Are you approachable? Do you introduce people to each other? Do you ask really good questions that start conversations? Do you keep your promises? Do you send out birthday cards to your customers and suppliers?
Making and maintaining connections via social networks is not that different than doing so in person. Using online social networks is still “real life.”
- brand advocates
- brand building
- business cards
- business naming
- corporate identity
- customer support
- failure or success?
- finding your niche
- guest posting
- guest posts
- J.C. Penney
- personal branding
- reader questions
- social media
- web design