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Managing Your Reputation

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Your Reputation

Your reputation is more valuable than any currency or even actual money. Reputation is arguably the most valuable asset you can have as a business. It will determine your long-term success in the business world.

Here are three simple ways to make sure your reputation stays in pristine condition. Read More

Asking For Introductions

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Asking for Introductions - also known as - Business Networking may sound like a daunting task. In reality, it is not as difficult as you may believe.

Since your advancement often depends on “who you know”, the first step in asking for introductions is the realisation that you already have a network - all the people you know. Read More

The 5 C's Of Customers

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Customers

Developing relationships with customers takes some time. Making those relationships last takes time and effort. It also takes a good plan.

Stick to these 5 key components of customer building and you’ll have promising and profitable customer relationships for years to come. Read More

Don’t Be A Twitter Quitter - A How To For Small Business

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Twitter Quitter

Everyone is on Twitter these days. Well, not everyone, but a half billion people are using Twitter. They allegedly have over 100,000 new users each day.

So maybe, it’s time you got going on Twitter. Read More

Take Another Look At Your Elevator Speech

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Ah... the elevator speech... that all important 'pitch' summarising you, your talents and what your business has to offer potential customers.

It is the ultimate condensation conundrum - packing all the relevant information into a mere 30-second speech - data you should be able to deliver anytime, anywhere, dynamically, without pause. Read More

The Secret To Writing Great Slogans

Friday, August 12, 2016

Great Slogans

The time has come to write a slogan for a brand new product or service. Maybe you're just re-branding. No problem. Just call a meeting with your marketing department and tell them to get to work.

Oh, that's right. You are your marketing department. Read More