The 4 Types of Customers - an age-old sales training piece that still holds true today - whether it be in an instore environment or online.
We all know an email database is important for keeping in touch with your customers, but it’s not as simple as sending out a newsletter on a semi-regular basis and hoping it gets read.
There are a couple of things to work into your email strategy to ensure you’re communicating in an effective way. After all, it’s about heating up those warm leads, right?
The only thing that is consistent about Digital Marketing & Social Media is its ability to change and update itself on a very regular basis. What worked yesterday no longer works today. What’s going to work tomorrow probably hasn’t occurred to anyone today. But when it’s the most cost-effective way for a small business to grow and thrive, you kind of suck it up and deal with the changes, right?
It’s a pretty broad term - one that encompasses a LOT of digital activities. Get it right, and there’s a lot up for grabs. Get it wrong or don’t put enough focus into it and you’ll be missing out on a LOT of potential business.
But what does it all mean? What exactly does it cover? And why is it important to know this?
If you’re a small business owner, you’ll know that your to do list is bursting at the seams - 2458745 things for you to tick off - and that’s just before you have to pick up the kids from school at 3pm (trust me, I know the feeling). So things fall off the grid - and you don’t get to do all the things you NEED to do to build your business.