Small business owners make a lot of financial mistakes, from not recording expenses to not tracking time to under pricing and more. Today we talk to Numbers Whisperer Nicole Fende about how to approach finances differently and more effectively.
What is a “bad word”? Today we explore the effects of language and why it matters to you, your business and marketing.
Right up there with “write epic content” and “be awesome”, you probably hear or read something every day that reminds you to “provide value to customers.” But what does that mean? It may or may not be price, service, experience or anything else.
It’s tempting to get caught in the echo chamber of positive reviews and praise from fans but sometimes we need to pay attention to negative feedback because that’s they only way we’ll learn to improve. Here’s the good, bad and ugly of reviews.
If you record video, go to networking events, host webinars… or even do something as simple as talk to your clients and prospects… nobody wants to hear you um and er your way through a conversation. Try these ideas to improve your speech.
In light of recent events in the US – a racially motivated shooting and the passage of marriage equality – we decide to take on the sticky subject of sticky subjects and what to do about the inevitable backlash that follows on social media.
What does it mean to tell the story of your business? Some of it is about the written word and the right visuals. Some is about your passion. Some is about sharing and getting it out into the world. And some is about being a darn good storyteller.
From planning to content, design, photography and more, here’s what’s involved in build a good business website so that you can be smarter about budgeting and understand why one guy wants to charge you $500 and the other is asking for $5,000.
In sales ABC means “Always Be Closing.” But here’s a better acronym for business success: Always Be Questioning. Here’s why asking questions is vital to your the profitability and success of your business.
Someone once told me to keep a story in my back pocket so when I ran into someone or attended a networking meeting, I could answer the question, “What’s new?” with more than, “Nothing.” Today we explore why that matters.