This blog is and always has been about whatever is going on in my brain and my business — which means thoughts on entreprenuership, marketing, advertising, business strategy and living a full life.
Lately, I have been contributing to two new blogs for companies I own and/or have a role in. They let me write more frequently to a) local business owners who just don’t get the love, respect or support they need when it comes to growing their businesses (The Local Internet Marketing Blog), and b) people who are using teleseminars, webinars or online videos to promote their businesses (The Teleseminar & Webinar Marketing Blog).
There are more than a dozen back posts on each, and I thought now might be a good time to introduce you to some posts I think you’ll like.
From the Local Internet Marketing Blog:
“5 Ways to Get Better Results From Referral Marketing”
Ask any local small business owner, and they’ll tell you referrals are the lifeblood of their business. Especially when they’re short on money for advertising. Read this post to learn 5 simple strategies for generating a steady stream of referrals in your business (no matter what business) now.
“The Tortoise, The Hare And Your Local Business”
Is the saying, “slow and steady wins the race” applicable to the business world? Yes and no. Find out why, and how to turn your good success into great success in this post.
“Stand Out: What Yellow Pages Marketing Can Teach You About How To Market Your Local Business”
Read this post, which is a twist on an exercise I do with my private consulting clients, to learn how you can avoid the trap of commodity pricing and receive the premium prices you deserve no matter what your industry is, who your customers are, or what your competition is charging.
From the Teleseminar & Webinar Marketing Blog:
“The 12 Most Common Lead Generation Webinar Mistakes”
The fact that lead generation webinars are amazing tools for sales forces and marketing departments is no secret. But despite the thousands that occur each day, a frightening majority miss out on more than one of these mistakes that depress response.
“Compression, Revenue and Teleseminars and Webinars that Sell”
Teleseminar and Webinars are hands down the fastest way I’ve found to slash the time it takes to turn prospects into paying clients. Read this post to find out how you use them to shorten your prospects’ buying cycle from a matter of months to 90 minutes or less.
“6 Ways to Profit from Teleseminars Before You Have a Product to Sell”
If you’ve ever thought you can’t make money on teleseminars or webinars because you don’t have a product, read this post. In fact, you’ll discover I recommend you don’t wait to create your product to do your first session. Sound counter intuitive, I know. Find out why here.
“Teleseminar Marketing Works Better in a ‘Bad Economy?’”
Fact: People haven’t stopped spending money; they’re just more selective what they spend it on. Read this post to learn the three little-understood advantages teleseminars and webinars give you that make them superior to other sales mechanisms, especially in a bad economy.