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Do you ever wish you could hire a team of trusted salespeople to stay in touch with your prospective clients? You can and it’s easier than you think. It’s also often overlooked, as you will see.
It’s important to build relationships with your vendors and those you do business with. It’s a great way you can bring in new customers or clients and increase awareness of your company branding.
Some clients will leave you feeling uplifted, like your purpose in life has been found. You will live to work with them.
Others will leave you drained at every crossroad.
Pay attention to your gut.
If you have customers coming in, but are having difficulties moving them from tire kickers to paying customers I have some tips for you to turn prospects into customers.
Video is a hot topic online, and the place to be for your videos is YouTube. YouTube is for businesses, bloggers, instructors and more. You can professionally showcase you and your brand, and monetize your views.
Advertising copy is sales in print. So, you need to think about the unique benefits your products/services offer and showcase that in a persuasive way. You need to emphasize results, not features.
Direct response marketing is a marketing that asks for a direct response from your potential customers.
This type of marketing is used to answer questions, present your business, introduce your services and products and tells the story of your brand.
Today you’re going to learn how to find an ideal market of potential customers through a joint venture, so you aren’t wasting precious resources on blitz marketing
Today I’d like to teach you about the three most important start up marketing tools you need to get and keep new customers.
What would you educate your customers about?
Do you focus solely on attracting new customers? It is important to spend a good chunk of your time retaining current and former customers.
Credibility issues are easy to spot when it comes to dining out. When it comes to your own business it is easy to dismiss what can be a huge red flag for perspective buyers.