Articles in Sales/Business Development

Increase Your Sales By Improving Your Call To Action!

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Just so you know, I may earn money or products from the companies mentioned in this post, but it won’t affect the price you pay at all! I have a full affiliate disclosure that you can find here.... Read full article

Content Creation with my Secret Weapon: Twitter

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Writing posts is one of the most challenging aspects of being a marketer, and for some people content creation is a nightmare. Even if you’re a good writer coming up with things to talk about is an agonizing process. ... Read full article

Be.Live: The Best Kept Secret for Live Selling

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In my memory it looked like the most pro stream I’d ever seen, but truthfully it probably looked more like one of those very cool 1998 GeoCities websites!... Read full article

The 80/20 Rule in a Facebook Group

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Have you ever been to one of those yard sale Facebook groups? The one’s where there’s 40 posts in a row all about selling? Everyone has an item they’re trying to push, everyone has a price. You go in and it’s just a wall of sales from top to bottom. ... Read full article

8 Facts That Nobody Told You About Social Selling

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Social Selling is a relatively new way to build an enterprise, and many of us are still figuring it out as we go along. When I started, there was no such thing as Facebook live, and that was 5 years ago. ... Read full article

Are you Making these 3 Goal Setting Mistakes?

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The first problem is that business owners often set a flat sales goal for each month during the year. ... Read full article

Third Mistake – Facebook Group as a Community not a Shopping Group

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Retailers will often ask me why their sales aren’t doing so well online, that they post in their group but their group members don’t seem to be interested in buying anything from them, but they will engage on posts for freebies and giveaways. ... Read full article

What Comes First? Sales or Marketing?

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I've met with many small businesses in the last six years to discuss sales strategy and their sales department. Those conversations usually start with sales and many times turns into a discussion about marketing strategy. ... Read full article

SHOULD YOUR BUSINESS HAVE A SUBSIDIARY?

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One question I get asked on a regular basis is how a business should be structured.  Not necessarily business entity and what type should be chosen, but if one has a “complicated” business model, how should it be structured.  ... Read full article

Unleash Your Grit, Dump Your Salesy Feelings, and Grow Your Business Now!

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Feeling salesy when attracting clients, is the dark cloud looming over being-your-own-boss for many women. Myself included, when I started out. ... Read full article