Social media has become an integral part of everyday life. In fact, many people spend a large part of their day exploring various social media channels. A study from Globalwebinex showed, on average, people spend three hours a day on social networks and messaging. Given the prevalence of social media, it’s no surprise that marketersContinue reading “Social Media Tips for Small Businesses to Ensure Success In 2021.”
Guest Post from Shweta Singh, Confluencr Businesses today are dealing with customers falling within either the millennial or Gen Z generation. These audiences received formal education and are updated when it comes to technology. Also, they’re acquainted when it comes to social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc. They’re connected with their social circle through theseContinue reading “Master The Art Of Facebook And Instagram Marketing With These 12 Tips”
Monday mornings don’t always have to suck. The key is finding at least one thing to look forward to and to motivate you on Monday to kick butt all week. This week I’m feeling inspired and truly looking forward to Thanksgiving and some extra time with our family and friends. Whether you’re starting the day debating getting out of bed,Continue reading “#MotivationMonday Inspiration”
Today, every business needs to maintain its online presence to be able to reach their potential customers. The data speaks for itself: The number of internet users in North America is rapidly growing.
Today, the reality is that your personal brand is linked to social media whether we like it or not. Your personal brand is not solely based on your perspective, but largely on the perceptions from others; your personal brand is the aggregate of positive and negative as seen largely through the lens of others. Remember social media has little to do with what we say about ourselves, and has everything to do with what people say about us.
Sometimes we just need a push to remind us that we’ve got this. Without a doubt the world has been turned upside down and many of us are struggling, especially at the beginning of the week. However, Monday‘s don’t have to suck. I’ve found the key is finding at least one thing to look forward to toContinue reading “#MotivationMonday”
Social selling as the process of researching, connecting and interacting with prospects and customers on social media networks. It focuses on nurturing leads, building brand authenticity and building trust with your prospects.
Guest Post from David Coen. The Full Post can be found here. Do you want to add a personal touch to your sales strategy? Does reaching out and building relationships with important businesses and customers make you happy and increase the number of sales your business makes? It’s true that strong communication between a business andContinue reading “28 Effective Ideas to Improve Your Sales Strategy in 2020 (Guest Post)”
Cycle for Survival is important to me. This year I’m participating in my 9th year of Cycle for Survival on February 1, 2020. I’m raising money for rare cancer research. Why? For my father, Richard. My father, Richard, was diagnosed with stage four Hodgkin’s Lymphoma two years ago. He’s been kicking cancers ass after numerous rounds of chemo, immunotherapy and a stem cell transplant, he is in remissionContinue reading “Support Ricky’s Riders During #CycleforSurvival 2020”
Yesterday was my birthday! Not my actual birthday, but the birth of my business. One year ago, I was hired by my first client and officially became a consultant. It was the scariest, yet most exciting and satisfying decision I’ve ever made. Would this work? Could I really make a living being my own boss?Continue reading “Lessons Learned from 365 Days of Consulting”