For our final Spring Cleaning we explore your value proposition of price versus value and how this affects customers
In this BONUS Spring Cleaning session, we explore how to turn negative stories or experiences about your profession into positives possibly ending in new business.
As we resume Wellness Business Spring Cleaning we talk about how many ways that you can, or do, ask potential customers to get started with your business
We continue spring cleaning by “de-cluttering” our websites and online presence of jargon and text making them easy to read
This time as we spring clean our Wellness Business we take a look at customer feedback and insights and how they can make a real difference in our business
This time while Spring Cleaning we explore what your offer is for every stage of customers doing business with you.
This Spring Cleaning exercise looks at tasks in your office that could be handled automatically freeing your staff up for more important, human, interactions.
We continue Wellness Business Spring Cleaning by discovering some creative ways of handling objections as a matter of educating your customers and prospects
This time we ask a basic but overlooked question about how your Wellness business stands out above your competition
We are starting a series to Spring Clean your Wellness business and take a look at your brand and its effectiveness to your customers.
Give your customers something they may not be expecting this holiday, gratitude for being a customer and an extra deal to say thanks.
Yoast SEO shows us how to create great social media content to get your site and organization noticed
We tackle some low-cost ways of bringing customers in who want what you have to offer.
Making customers feel important is a cornerstone of business success far more than you might imagine
This is not normal marketing or business growth activity but it speaks to the heart of a problem for all business owners and how to solve it.
Which would you rather have? A well-timed and pitched phone call or a well-crafted email asking for your business?
When is it okay to Direct Message someone on social media that you are not connected to? There are times, mostly in the sales process of business, when you need to reach out to prospects or leads and e-mail or phone/SMS messages don’t cut it. Social media now is a great alternative for this but […]
We continue by exploring the ettiquette around sending text/SMS messages to customers for sales and marketing and communication
E-mail is a crucial part of good customer process communication so we outline when it’s acceptable and when it’s not.
We continue to talk about what can be done with your customer list so it generates nearly immediate revenue and customer retention for you