Posts Tagged ‘Tuesday Tips’

Who Is Missing On Your Website

If your website doesn’t consistently deliver leads or convert sales, there’s a good chance yours is like 75% of websites out there…it’s missing a critical element that leads to success. “Who” is missing on your website. Imagine where your business would be without the internet. The internet lets your company be visible to the world…

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How To Write Better Marketing Messages

I have strong feelings about taglines. Most of them bug me. In fact, I don’t know how some get approved. In this list, there are some winners, and there are some losers: “A Body For Every Body” – Victoria’s Secret “Save Money. Live Better” – Walmart “Impossible Is Nothing” – Adidas “Eat Fresh” – Subway…

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Are Your Ideal Customers In This Room?

I belong to a dynamic business organization that has hundreds of paying members. Every Wednesday, many of us attend a one-hour meeting where we share our successes, promote our businesses, and network with each other. The meeting attracts between 35 and 40 members, and always a handful of guests. At one point during the meeting,…

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Which Ad Campaign Nailed-It? And Which Failed-It?

I just returned from a crazy week in New York City. One of the most exciting aspects of the city is experiencing advertising all over the place. (Well, it’s exciting for me – I’m weird) I love to decide which ads and billboards nailed-it and which ones failed-it. I’ll bet you have your opinions, too! Here are…

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Finding Your Ideal Customer: 32 Questions You Should Ask

Whether you call it an avatar or a buyer persona, actually identifying and finding your ideal customer is not always an easy task. In a perfect world you want every aspect of your business, from your website to your elevator speech, to connect with the people who need you most and can pay you. But…

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Put Your Networking On Steroids

What do I mean when I say, “Put your networking on steroids”? Well, think about this: when you attend a networking event, do you expect to come home with a ton of new orders or contracts in your suitcase? Probably not. I just returned from a conference in Chicago where my colleague, Michelle Hummel from…

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How To Create A Value Proposition For Your Business

  Today’s blog is about your VALUE PROPOSITION. Wikipedia defines a value proposition this way: “It is a promise of value to be delivered, communicated, and acknowledged. It is also a belief from the customer about how value (benefit) will be delivered, experienced and acquired.” But there’s a lot of confusion around what the a value proposition really is. Is it…

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How To Land A New Customer In 5 Minutes

If you shop online there’s a good chance that you check out customer reviews before you make a purchase. And you’re not alone. A recent study shows that 85% of consumers trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations. If your business provides a service, you should know that the power of online reviews is…

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