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6 Real Estate Blogging Tips Every Agent Should Know

Real estate agents who maintain a blog can enjoy a significant advantage over those who don’t. A good blog can boost your search engine rankings, which helps new clients find you. You can provide information about real estate in your region to demonstrate your authority while supplying useful content to your clients. A blog is an excellent investment for anyone who seeks a stronger web presence and increased clientele. Companies that blog attract 97 percent more links to their website, accord...
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Flying Off the Shelves: 5 Tips for Making your Products More Attractive to Buyers

Many businesses, old and new, fail each year because buyers are not drawn to a physical location or internet address. Some businesses do not even pass the starter stage due to a lack of investors or buyers interested in the presented products or services. Buyers these days tend to be fickle with all the choices available to obtain goods and services. If products are not displayed, described and marketed to catch the eye, the competition will have an advantage. Nailing the Initial Presentation ...
Tags: Sales, Linkedin, Blog & Grow, Facebook Certain


Making the Right Impression: Why Your Business Needs to Invest In Property Maintenance

Making the right impression on a customer takes more than a friendly voice on the telephone when they call. The right impression means the company’s office, warehouse, or storefront should be as appealing as possible. Besides appealing to a customer, the value of the property will be increased or hold its current value. Repairs that are not performed will lead to higher costs down the road as the building begins to deteriorate. Does the business really have a desire to make as much money as pos...
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wegg® Celebrates International Day of Women and Girls in Science

“ Science reflects the people who make it. The world needs science, and science needs women and girls .” -UN Women February 11th, 2020 was recognized as International Day of Women and Girls in Science by UN Women .  Besides women making up only 35 percent of all students enrolled in STEM related fields, “Recent studies have found that women in STEM… publish less, are paid less for their research, and do not progress as far as men in their careers. Girls are often made to beli...
Tags: Featured, Inspiration, Stem, Sales, Equality, Un, UN Women, Gender challenges, Women in Stem, Wegg® Blog, Women Entrepreneurs Grow Global blog, Empowering girls, Supporting Women And Girls


How Solopreneurs Should Use LinkedIn Sales Navigator in 2020

As a solopreneur, selling is what you do. And as it turns out, you can use LinkedIn Sales Navigator to drive more sales . It’s not just for Fortune 500 companies.  Specifically, Sales Navigator helps you generate solid leads and personally reach out to each of them. In turn, you’ll be able to get more responses, more blog visits, and eventually make more money. Why Use LinkedIn Sales Navigator? Every entrepreneur should be using Sales Navigator. Here’s why. Not only do you get free...
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#574 How to Use Customer Case Studies as Effective Marketing

Listen to “#574 How to Use Customer Case Studies as Effective Marketing” on Spreaker. On this episode of The Small Business Radio Show… SEGMENT 1, starting at 0:00: Prospects and clients want proof. One of the best ways to do this is to publish a customer case study to show prospective clients how people just like them have been successful with your product or service. What are the key points of the customer story you want to cover for a great customer case study and what are the common case s...
Tags: Sales, Franklin Covey, Scott Miller, MFA, Brian McCarthy, Sarah Lawrence, Harv Eker, Small Business Radio Show, Teresa Douglas, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill She


5 Mistakes To Avoid When Naming Your Business

Starting a business can feel a bit like trying to solve a Rubik’s cube. There are many moving parts; and, it’s not always clear where all of them should go. And, one of the most challenging pieces of the startup puzzle is choosing a name for your business. Your business name is the single most important identifier for your new company. It’s how…
Tags: Startups, Sales, Public Relations, Company Name, Starting A Business, Brand Identity


5 Crucial Things Every SEO Campaign Needs

This post is provide by Jason Dirkham As you’re probably aware, SEO stands for search engine optimization. It’s the central figure in your overall digital marketing strategy. Why? Because it’s focused on improving your website’s performance in searches. Why does this deserve so much focus? Well, the stats show that search is still the number one traffic source right now. In fact, 93% of online experiences all start in search engines.  So, you desperately need an excellent SEO strategy. If...
Tags: Sales, Seo, Sales And Marketing, Jason Dirkham, Keyword Research Keywords


22 Secrets to Hiring the Right Virtual Assistant

There are mundane activities in every business. These are tasks that take time and energy but frankly are better handled by someone else so you can focus on your company’s core business. “Most business owners know that they need to spend their time on high-value tasks such as business development and creating a great culture. And many business owners know that getting an assistant can free up their time from things that they should not be doing” explains Robert Levin, co-founder of Work Better ...
Tags: Facebook, Employment, Sales, Malaysia, Va, Don, Levin, Ostroff, Robert Levin, Work Better Now, Pick a Communications Channel


Relationship Selling and the Competitive Advantage of Being Likable

There are bad ideas, and then there are shockingly bad ideas. Occasionally, it makes sense to stop and examine these bad ideas, the poor thinking or lack of experience that produces them, and provide better guidance on how to think about what is good and right and true in a modern sales approach. False: Relationship Selling Is Dead You read this idea in a Harvard Business Review post by Brent Adamson and Matt Dixon, authors of what turned out to be of the most critical sales books in the last ...
Tags: Sales, Chicago, Harvard Business Review, Dixon, Adamson, Brent Adamson, Matt Dixon, Challenger Sale, Insight Selling, Relationship Selling, Likeability In Sales, Competitive Advantage of Being Likable


Motivational Sales Quotes to Inspire You

Sales is a challenging vocation. But if you keep yourself and your team fired up, the rewards can be awesome. So how do you get motivated? Is it with upbeat music? Or some exercise? Maybe a few words of praise? How about some motivational sales quotes to inspire success! Success is dependent on the drive and attitude of each individual salesperson. Even the most self-confident salesperson occasionally feels down due to a lost sale or pressure to meet quotas. Motivation is key to thriving in tod...
Tags: US, Sales, Amelia Earhart, Winston Churchill, Albert Einstein, Warren Buffett, John, Walt Disney, Sheryl Sandberg, Henry Ford, Josh James, Wayne Dyer, Eleanor Roosevelt, Thomas Jefferson, Lucille Ball, Daniel Pink


How Leaders Can Better Track the Health of Their SMBs

The first quarter of the new year is a time to set goals and implement changes that will transform your business and help you achieve even greater success in the year to come. But while setting lofty goals is nice, executive leaders must also consider how they will keep track of business health in 2020. Tracking the Health of Your Small Business From evaluating the state of your finances to monitoring outcomes for new business initiatives, becoming better informed about your company’s progres...
Tags: Sales, Management, Dell, Kula Partners, Better Track the Health, Individual Projects and Departments Each, Jesse Mawhinney, Jill Hamburg Coplan


Only 32% of Consumers Feel Comfortable About Private Companies Using Facial Recognition

Only 32% of consumers feel comfortable about having their face scanned by private companies. This means a significant majority aren’t at ease with companies using facial recognition. Facial Recognition Statistics The stats come from  a study by the business app recommendation engine, GetApp. The survey asked 487 US consumers about their views on facial recognition technology. The study investigates the consensus surrounding this advanced type of tech among US consumers. The study says 81% of ...
Tags: Nbc, US, Sales, Ibm, American Civil Liberties Union, DepositPhotos, Small Business News, GetApp, Jacob Snow, Zach Capers, Facial Recognition Statistics, Consider These Valuable Insights Facial, Amazon Among Brands Criticized Amazon


Americans Policy Priorities Highly Polarized

Pew Research's As Economic Concerns Recede, Environmental Protection Rises on the Public’s Policy Agenda covers a recent survey asking Americans about their policy priorities. As their chart below (click to enlarge) shows, there is a wide partisan divide on the issues people think are most important. The top 3 policy priorities for Democrats are the environment, healthcare costs, and education. The top 3 for Republicans are terrorism, immigration, and the economy.  The biggest policy priori...
Tags: Sales, America, Trends, Government Policy, Pew Research, Public 's Policy Agenda


4 Ways to Get to Know Your Customers Better

The best way for marketers to avoid not hitting monetary goals is to understand the customers who buy the company’s products and services. Fortunately, the ideas below can improve revenue for any marketer. Read Product Reviews This can especially benefit companies that intend to release a product or service similar to what the competition already has on the market. Reading product reviews alerts marketing teams to the features that customers do and don’t like about existing products, which all...
Tags: Sales, More, Analyze Patterns of Customer Behavior Marketing


Top Characteristics of a Great Office

When you are hunting for new office space, one of the biggest mistakes to make is to get caught up in all the jargon and impressive interiors. It is an easy thing to do, but remember this; not all offices were created equal. While some spaces would work wonderfully for certain businesses, they would be a disaster for others. To help you effortlessly navigate through your office search, you can use the services of office experts like Click Offices. Their dedicated team offer a free search and sup...
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Top 5 Marketplace Apps in 2020

Online marketplaces have now become the go to spots for people looking to quickly get rid of something they do not need or buy products. Many retailers have gotten to create reliable marketplace apps due to the opportunity it offers for expanding their customer base. It’s a win-win situation, people get to buy stuff without ever leaving the house, and businesses get a wider range of customers. The same thing goes for second-hand markets, where people are trying to sell something they do not need...
Tags: Facebook, Apps, Etsy, Ebay, Sales, Facebook Marketplace This


Why use Turbologo to Create Your Logo Online?

Have you ever seen a business without a name and a logo? Impossible, right? Logo and brand name have a huge importance in a business. A powerful logo has the power to drive your business towards success and strengthen your business.  Often people recognise a brand with its logo. Don’t you agree?  For example, even if you’re miles away you can recognise Mcdonalds or KFC logo. Sometimes you can even guess the nature of a business from its logo. People are more drawn to images and symbols than w...
Tags: Sales, Mcdonalds, Kfc, Standard, Branding Tips, Turbologo


The Top 10 Fast Food Franchises Ranked By Profit Per Calorie (PPC)

New Post From The Franchise King® (Guest Post on the top 10 food franchises based on profit per calorie)Fast food restaurants are constantly opening in every neighborhood and corner of the United States. On road trips, no matter the state or city, it’s common to see dozens of fast-food joints along the highway. The reason so many locations of these fast food giants are open is because of franchising.At the same time, getting someone to open one of your restaurants and locally manage while f...
Tags: US, Sales, America, United States, Fast Food, Big Mac, Starbucks, Postmates, McDonald, University of Texas, Chick Fil, McDonald 's, Dunkin' Donuts, Franchises, Food and Drink Franchises, Fast Food Franchises


Diverse Small Businesses are More Successful, Data Shows

Employees in your small business often have a direct impact on your business success. If you have a diverse team on board, your business is more likely to be successful. According to the latest data compiled by SCORE in the form of an infographic, small businesses having diverse teams are more innovative and better perform financially. Also, diversity at the workplace helps in hiring and making better and faster decisions. Needless to say, the path to small business success is never easy. Be it...
Tags: Sales, DepositPhotos, Small Business News, Bridget Weston


Why Inviting Objections Helps You Win Big Deals

A lot of the sales literature on objections suggests that one should “overcome” them, providing the client with a reason to move forward despite their initial resistance. There is another view of objections that provides a more useful picture of a client’s initial resistance to agreeing to a commitment or a conversation. That view is that the objection masks the client’s real concern and that helping them move forward means resolving that concern to their satisfaction, allowing them to move forw...
Tags: Sales, Chicago, Anthony, Resolving Concerns, Objection-Handling, Winning Big Deals


How to Sell Your Products on Amazon, eBay, and Etsy

One of the most difficult challenges for small business owners is how to sell their products across multiple marketplaces and keep their inventory accurate at the same time. This is critical for every company since customers expect what they buy to be in stock and arrive in two days. Amazon has set the standard for consumers and business buyers now have the same expectation. When I ran a software catalog company in the 1990’s, my biggest issue was always the confusion in the warehouse. This was ...
Tags: Amazon, Etsy, Ebay, Sales, Sales And Marketing, Amazon EBay, Zoho, Amazon eBay Etsy


Feedback: a route to collaboration and excellence

I hate unrequested ‘feedback’. Personally, when I want to better myself I seek feedback from folks I trust. Here is a conversation I recently had after sharing annoyance with a group. I was quite surprised no one responded to my wrath, but I did get one comment afterwards from a friend who was in the group: “If the time comes you ever want to learn how to get the group’s attention in a way that they can hear and respond, I’d be happy to offer suggestions. I’ve been a member of the group for a lo...
Tags: Sales, Sharon Drew Morgen, Sharon Drew


The Value Of Staying Current With Skills Development

Businesses around the world are updating their tech almost on a daily basis. They do this to stay relevant in a competent global market. But is updating the tech enough to stop playing catch-up to? The answer is an emphatic NO! You need to invest in skill development such as the Microsoft Azure certification courses, and focus on aligning skills not only with current solutions but with those planned for the future as well. Acknowledging The Skill Gap As you know, given the speed at which technol...
Tags: Business, Usa, Microsoft, Sales, Sap


Chevrolet’s First Chinese EV Hits the Market at a Difficult Time

The price seems right, the range looks good, and the body? Well, we’ve seen far more ungainly vehicles achieve success in the past. The Chevrolet Menlo, the bowtie brand’s first EV in China, went on sale in the troubled nation last week with both pros and cons in its corner. For American viewers who can […] The post Chevrolet’s First Chinese EV Hits the Market at a Difficult Time appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: China, Sales, Electric Vehicles, Gm, Autos, Chevrolet, EVs, News Blog, Chevrolet Menlo


wegg® Celebrates International Day of Women and Girls in Science

“ Science reflects the people who make it. The world needs science, and science needs women and girls .” -UN Women February 11th, 2020 was recognized as International Day of Women and Girls in Science by UN Women .  Besides women making up only 35 percent of all students enrolled in STEM related fields, “Recent studies have found that women in STEM… publish less, are paid less for their research, and do not progress as far as men in their careers. Girls are often made to beli...
Tags: Featured, Inspiration, Stem, Sales, Equality, Un, UN Women, Gender challenges, Women in Stem, Wegg® Blog, Women Entrepreneurs Grow Global blog, Empowering girls, Supporting Women And Girls


Powerful Digital Marketing Strategies That Drive the Healthcare Industry

*******This post is sponsored content******* Digital marketing has extensively transformed the healthcare industry. Healthcare marketers have embraced modern digital marketing strategies that drive better patient care by crafting engaging multi-media content. In fact, in today’s fast-paced digital marketing environment, healthcare practitioners need to invest in the right digital marketing strategies in order to not just […]
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PRO Act That Threatens Freelancers Nationwide Passes US House

The controversial Protecting the Right to Organize Act (Pro-Act) passed by Congress continues to divide opinions with critics claiming it would tilt the playing field in favor of labor unions at the expense of employers and employees. The bill passed 224–194 with 12 not voting on February 6 mostly along party lines. The bill is unlikely to pass in the Republican controlled Senate, as Republicans and business groups have argued against it. Currently under review in the Senate, the bill aims to a...
Tags: Uber, Congress, California, Senate, US, Sales, America, House, Bill, National Labor Relations Board, Lewis, U S Bureau of Labor Statistics, Epic Systems, Small Business News, Small Business Entrepreneurship Council, Celine McNicholas


69% of Employees Say Working at Home Improves Their Mental Health

Today 69% of employees in the United States say working at home improves their mental health. And a whopping 90.4% of employees believe working flexible hours can help with their mental health. Almost half of employees (46%) say they don’t feel like they have enough support at work. That specifically applies to their mental health. A separate study by FlexJobs, reiterates the benefits. Working at home has become critical for some employees. According to FlexJobs’ 8th annual survey, 73% of emplo...
Tags: Sales, United States, Sutton, DepositPhotos, Small Business News, Sara Sutton, Home Improves Mental Health Driving


Does Your Small Business Create a Personal Prison or Provide Financial Freedom?

For many small business owners, starting a business is a dream of financial freedom; doing what they love and working when they want. Unfortunately, more often, it becomes a personal prison where they are required to work more hours than any job and serve customers they dislike. On the Small Business Radio Show this week, David Neagle, founder of Life Is Now, Inc, discusses four questions every small business needs to ask themselves in order to get set up for success: 4 Questions to Set up for...
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