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I have been talking to a lot of clients about this lately and wanted to share it with you too………Wouldn't it be great to track your success? It is really useful to keep tabs on the success rate of all the different things you are doing to grow your business. What you'll want to do is print out this Daily Metrics Sheet.
Each column is designed to help you track different aspects of your business. It is important to know how the things you are doing are effecting your business. …
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Even though you might have sales reps, it does not mean you should get lazy about continuing to sell yourself. Selling from the “home office” should be the easiest as you are the most excited person about your brand. Buyers hear this in your voice and are often attracted to that over the “drone” of a sales reps routine pitch. If you have developed your black book, it makes it easier to stay on a selling cycle.
Here are some things you can do to keep the machine rolling.
1. Set up regular bi-weekly …
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Dear Sarah, I am doing my first trade show in a few months. I wondered if you know the best way to set up the lights in order to showcase my products.
Thanks so much – Jon Margalit Towelmate.com
I reached out to my friend Emily at Pegasus Lighting as she is a real expert in booth lighting. You’re smart to consider your lighting needs ahead of time! Trade show lights are crucial to make your product stand out to attendees in a sea of options. Your goal should be …
Let's face it…..Facebook is a household name……and a must have business tool if you want to maximize your exposure on line. Some of the ways we use Facebook, might be for networking, getting feedback on ideas, making friends, learning, and a big one for solopreneurs is just flat out finding a connection so you don't feel so alone.
But then there is using Facebook to help build your brand through fans. Some of us use it as a tool to get to know our target market better, so we can serve …
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July Fourth Picnic
Guest post by Author and Cookbook Writer Sally Sampson
It’s hard to imagine that after signing The Declaration of Independence, the fifty six lawyers, jurists, merchants, plantation owners, teachers, musicians and printers sat down together and polished off a homespun picnic. No, instead they went back to their homes, their wives and their children and, in some cases, lost all that they owned, having risked their lives and fortunes to the cause of liberty.
But like most American holidays, time has turned this event into an eating extravaganza. For most …