SPAM: Irrelevant messages sent on the internet to many recipients.
We all get spam, emails that are irrelevant, potentially containing a virus and basically just a complete waste of time. Researchers have determined that over 25% of what lands in your inbox every week is SPAM.
So, as a business owner using email to market your products and services how do you make your customers and future customers sit up and take notice?
How do you make your email stand out from all the other emails that person receives?
The answer is: relevant high value content…
Relevance is your marketing best friend.
When your email marketing is not relevant, it’s not good.
Relevance matters not only because it provides targeted high value content, but also because it builds trust in you (the sender). It makes the reader willing to read on.
If the reader (your potential customer) receives an email about a specific subject that interests them, or a specific subject they have an issue with – then you have their attention.
Click here for your 4 page report to read how relevance can not only increase the success of your email marketing but the profits of your business...
Whether you love it or hate it negotiating is a part of everyday life, whether it’s discussing who drives on a night out, with your children about what time they go to bed or which location to choose for a holiday…
So how are your negotiating skills?
When you’re preparing for a negotiation how do you feel – Nervous? Excited? Ready for a fight?
Your ability to negotiate well is critical to the success of your business also, poor negotiation can cripple a business just as quickly as losing key customers.
Whether you love negotiating or, like the majority of us, feel nervous before entering into a negotiation, the fact of the matter is that you can get better at it.
Successful negotiation does not have to be a battle you have to win and the other party must lose.
And you will negotiate better agreements when you stop seeing negotiation as an ‘I win, you lose’ conflict.
For the long-term success of your business you should aim to create a courteous and constructive interaction that is a win-win for both parties.
Click here for your 4 page report to learn that the key to success is seeing every negotiation as a path towards mutual agreement…
Andy Murray, Jessica Ennis-Hill and Yo-Yo Ma are world class because of their talent and hard work...
or is it something else?
What if their success is a result of a way of working and their practice formula?
Repeatedly reaching and making mistakes at the edge of your capabilities will lead you and your business to achieve more and have greater success...
Click here to read reach for success.
In this repeatedly reach for success edition you will learn, in the time it takes to drink a cup of tea:
Are you ready to reach repeat and fail at the edge of your learning to ensure your business succeeds?
If your business lost major money for three months, one after the other, you’d be stressed…
…you’d be stressed enough to do something about it.
Making a loss prompts a strong emotional reaction. And a strong enough emotional reaction results in corrective action, as it should.
But shouldn’t you be taking timely action to prevent the losses in the first place?
In a nutshell:
Use customer-focused, healthy heartfelt business measures and you’ll take action sooner. Take action sooner and you’ll avoid problems leading to losses in your business.
Like most business owners and managers you are familiar with KPIs – Key Performance Indicators.
And yet most business owners and managers measure what they think is right rather than measure what matters most.
Here’s a proven solution for you…
Measure what matters to your customers and the health of your business will be safe and sound.
Click this link and select the "Why risk the health of your business by measuring the wrong things?" In the time it takes to drink a cup of tea or coffee you'll learn how using customer-focused,
healthy heartfelt KPIs can preserve and grow your business.
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