I’ve spent a lot of years working for other people. So when I decided to create my own agency, Internet Presence LLC, I invested a great deal of time thinking about the question, “How can I introduce mindfulness to selling?”.
Here in the Northeast, there are a lot of trees — we have so many trees on our property, that I wouldn’t know where to begin counting them.
“Oh, a storm is threat’ning / My very life today…”
Everything you need to know about the secret to happy clients has already been taught to you.
“This firm DOESN’T NEED a website and social media! I started this firm 80 years ago, and we did just fine WITHOUT THAT NONSENSE!”
Mmmm…! What could be more delicious? But seriously, that line really needs a bit of proper punctuation, doesn’t it?
The reticular activator is actually a network of nerves and cells in the brain that work to eliminate distracting background noise and show you just what you want to see. But what does this have to do with marketing?
The Internet levels the playing field, making it possible for businesses of all sizes to compete. But many business owners, newly empowered with this ability, either forget or fail to understand what’s needed in order to sell high-ticket items online.
We have all heard the word “promotion” used in business — an advertisement in a magazine and an email campaign are both examples of promotion. Is there any other way to get people interested in the products and services that we sell apart from promotion?
Pinning down the right people to work with can be a real challenge — whether you are looking for a vendor/provider or an employee/freelancer, you want someone who fits the definition of the word “partner”. Working with partners helps ensure that everyone’s goals are the same.