it doesn’t matter what you call your company. It only matters what your customers call you.
. Businesses take twists and unexpected turns. But are they really all that unexpected?
Wouldn’t it be great if your marketing could get people to buy from you? Unfortunately, as our guest Chris Hoyt explains, that’s not how marketing works.
Marketing success does not happen over time. You have to be patient.
For better results, personalize automated marketing campaigns by using words which should like you. Browse through emails you have sent to examples
No one wants to think about their property tax bill, but if you don’t you will pay more.
Email vs social media, which is better for your business? More than a Few Words host, Lorraine Ball how each adds to your digital marketing plan
What is a rich snippet? Structured data markup added to existing HTML, which allows search engines to better understand what is contained on each web page.
What if you had an employee who could be hard at work as you were doing something else. Sounds wonderful, right? Well that is the idea behind marketing automation.
Do what you love to do. That is why you went into business, right? Somewhere along the way the task of running a business took over.
Alfredo Salkeld of SimpleTexting explains if you are texting in your personal life, you should be texting in your business.
Are you a marketing super hero? Do you have a special power that makes you successful and a critical flaw that will bring you down?
Do you have a business map? A specific plan for your business?
Patty Farmer thinks you should ditch the pitch before your next networking event. Instead, she shares three questions you should ask everyone you meet.
A good customer is worth more than what they busy from you
Are you looking to expand your organization? If its a struggle to find qualified candidates, you might need to change your focus.
Dr. Rick Brinkman shares specific ideas on how to make your next meeting more productive
In this marketing minute we discuss taking time to compare your website to your competitors.
Great marketing starts with a strategy and a great strategy starts with questions. What do you do if you don’t know what to ask? Here’s a starting point!
John Welch shares his perspective on using content to build trust with prospective client
Once upon a time marketers ran television commercials and put ads in newspapers and simply waited for the phone to ring. But that was a long time ago.
Andrea Breanna, the founder of Rebel Mouse explains we often share something because it is so striking it hits our ITMO (inability to move on).
Dr. Shirag Shemmassian says you can sell more when you give away free stuff. He explained to Lorraine Ball how this strategy can work for any business.
Lorraine Ball explains why you need to solicit online reviews as more than 88% of online shoppers incorporate them into purchase decisions.
Ken Cloke, mediator, dialogue facilitator, conflict resolution systems designer, chats with Lorraine Ball on on how to reduce conflict in your organization
Green Loop Marketing founders Melanie Allen and Meghan Martin sat down to chat with Lorraine Ball about nine marketing trends to watch in 2020
You may be good on social media. But being good at managing your account does not mean you have the skills to be a successful social media chef.
Yamilette Williams, aka Dr. Yam, explains that people rely on one of four primary communication styles.
Dr. Cindy Childress thinks you should write a book to build trust with your audience and establish yourself as a subject matter expert.
How to turn relationships into revenue. Listen now!