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Sales are the lifeblood of any company. In order to keep sales thriving, and our business open, we need to implement strategies and plans that will promote a healthy selling environment. Equipping your team with the right strategies will not only keep sales consistent, but it will also make them a better sales team altogether.
In today's competitive market place, companies are finding it more crucial and more critical to establishing their brand and making sure it fits their image. With so much competition spanning across almost all sectors, companies are forced to step up their game in a sense a stick out of the crowd. Members of the current generation show increased the placement of value of a companies brand and what it stands for. Deciding how to rebrand your company can be a daunting task. Especially if your company has experienced some rough patches along the way, there are many things to be done and ideas to be considered during the process. Here are five steps that along with other practices, should have your company in a good starting with its branding.
Imagine receiving a gift from a friend or significant other that didn’t match your personality, style or tastes-- it just wasn’t “you.” It forces you to question how well that person really knows you.
Some ads following you around like a lost dog. They are targeted directly at you, enticing you to click and buy.
I am often followed by ads: enticements from retailers with online presence that I have vistited in the past. They seem to know that I want new headphones. They understand my desire to stay clear of shopping centres and shop only online. They whisper sweet nothings in my ear until I relent or click off for fear of spending money.
As I approached the Chanel counter, I was greeted by familiar faces. I had met the staff there a few times before and they remembered me and my blog. After all, I read the blog out to the regional manager when I was last at the counter - a highlight of my year!
Each day, I will publish ways to improve your small business marketing that are simple, yet effective. By Friday, you will have 100 ways in which to promote your business better. If you have some ideas of your own, please comment and I will be happy to add them in. Thousands of people read Marketing Eye’s marketing blog each week, so any great ideas or experiences is greatly appreciated!