As Valentine’s Day draws closer, expect to see more and more reminders of love all around you. It’s true that all of the pink, red, roses and pressure to buy boxes of chocolates can feel a little manufactured after a while; but the positive role that love, particularly romantic love, plays in our lives is well-documented.
Arguably, the most important words in any email you send are your subject line. Those few precious words stand between your message and the trash bin…or worse, the spam folder. Email use isn’t…
Even with all of the emerging storytelling technology for small businesses, blogging remains an effective way to reach an audience with your marketing messages. It’s smart to experiment with your social channels and video options like Periscope, but great blog content is also really important. It will earn the respect of your potential base and turn some into loyal customers.
Setting up social media accounts is an easy way to reach a target audience for a low price. It only takes a few minutes to sign up for a Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn account – but maintaining it is another story. To make the most of all of your business social media accounts, be sure you are using these helpful tools:
From 2009 to 2011, Toyota faced one of the company’s largest scares in history. Fresh off a 1.1 billion dollar settlement, and the recall of over 8 million vehicles for problems relating to gas…
The art of doing business used to mean a lot of interaction, hand-shaking and face time. Small business owners in particular had a greater chance of closing a deal when they met with their customers and put a face to their business name.
The digital age has changed all of that, of course. While it has accelerated a lot of the steps in the sales process, it has taken the human aspect out in many ways. There are tactics that business owners can use, however, to build better relationships with customers that they have never actually met.