As a tradesman, you only get one chance to make a good first impression, so here’s AXA’s tips on how to boost your public image through marketing.
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This is a really common question we get asked by our clients and customers.
- How much time should I spent marketing my business?
It’s easy to procrastinate and never get aournd to actually marketing your business correctly. On the other hand you can get bogged down spending too much time on the promotional efforts of your business, and not actually doing the work you are supposd to be doing.
axa.co.uk have put together a nice article on how to boost your image and reputation.
Complete table of contents to your education on the subject of Lead Generation and Conversion, including tools and resources
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Generating leads for your business can be one of the hardest things to get of the ground. Gaining traction is tough, especially if you’re in a really competitive industry.
There are some many tools both online and offline.
- Email marketing
- Word Off Mouth
- Offline Advertising
- Pay per click advertising.
You need to find an options or options that work well for you, and this can take time and effort.
Luckily the article above provide some great tools you can use to generate great leads to your small business.
“If you run a small business, there are so many things competing for your time. This article reveals 4 social media tools to make your life easier”
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A great way to really gain greater exposure online for small and medium businesses is to use social media effectively. It can be a little bit of a minefield however.
To use it effectively you really need to understand how each of the platforms work, and how you can successfully levergage them to the best advantage of your business.
JeffBullas of jeffbullas.com has put togehter an interesting article on how to utilise 4 social media tools to really get the most out of your campaigns,.
I’ve come to a point in my career that I think it’s time to try working for myself. Any advice for making the transition? There is a lot to think about and my advice is to concentrate in two areas …
And interesting take on being a contractor or project manger!
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When we all got into business, we had big dreams and great ideas. We loved the idea of being able to work for ourself, choose our own times and hours, and be able to spend more time with our family.
The problem is, for a lot of small business owners, nothing could be further from the truth. You’ve actually never worked harder in your life, and you seem to spending all your time working to get ahead.
What the successful business owners have worked out is that you need good systems in place to make it work, and also decide how you are going to work on your business.
This is an interesting article by ArrasPeople on how to do that.