Differentiaing yourself from your competition
Don’t use the same old, tired way of saying what you do, by saying your occupation! A little creativity will go a long way and people will remember you more easily because of the unique way you describe yourself.
If you always putting your customer’s interests first, you will find it will help you in ways you may not see at first.
I was recently reminded of Seth Godin’s book with the same title when I was looking at new cars the other day (the original title was: “All Marketers Are Liars”). The salesman was very polite and talkative, which isn’t bad. He started telling all kinds of stories, and when I asked him for further information Read more..
In last week’s blog post, I received the questions below from a couple of our subscribers. First question: My question is with all of the information, marketing, and social media blasting our email or mailbox. All trying to get a min of our attention and gain a response. How do you get the attention of Read more..
Most small businesses are confused about their marketing message. Some think that a slogan will suffice, some think that an ad about how great their company is will do, or that saying how long they have been in business will work. How about those companies that think it’s their mission statement and vision statement that Read more..
There is a very short window of time that you have when you initially contact a new prospect by telephone, in a face-to-face meeting, or networking. If you fail to make an impression quickly, you have tuned them out. Here are some of the things I’ve experienced where the person lost my attention. 1. Opening Read more..
Season’s Greetings everyone. I wish you and your loved ones a joyous holiday season! Have fun and enjoy your family! Now on to our topic… Can you imagine what your Social Networking followers would think if you sent them a card in the mail? In our predominantly digital world, how much could you stand out Read more..
Every business person has specific goals they are striving to achieve. These can include everything from increasing their market share and sales, to reducing operating expenses, to streamlining the business, to being creative and taking share from the competition. Here‚Äôs another worthy goal. Invest the time to learn the key objectives of each of your Read more..
All of us have competition. Competition is an ugly word but competitors are a fact of life in business. Your business must compete with other businesses. You must create an edge separating your business from the competition. You should learn everything there is to know about your competition and to understand and know what their Read more..