Archive for August, 2020

Adapting your business strategies with evolving techniques in marketing

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Tweet The business world is ever changing and it’s important for businesses to roll with the times. Technology is forever changing the way in which our day-to-day lives operate, and this should also carry through into the businesses we are a part of and that we run. It is all too easy to get stuck […]

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How to create a more repeatable sales process

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Tweet One of the best ways to help maximise your sales percentages and improve growth is to implement a sales process that your sales team is able to run over and over again in the most efficient way they possibly can. Central to this is the process of customising your particular process for your specific […]

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The strategies involved when moving from a sales lead to a sales prospect

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Tweet Generating leads is one of the biggest and most important challenges in running a successful business. Perhaps more important, however, is turning those leads into prospects. A lead is typically someone who has given some basic indication that they are interested in your product but has yet to directly engage with your business. A […]

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How to guarantee growth by focussing on lead generation

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Tweet When it comes to long-term goals, every business owner wants to increase revenue and maintain positive growth. Chasing new sales is a great way to keep revenue up, but there is a more sustainable way; the generation and retention of leads. The difference here is subtle, but important; building a loyal base of dedicated […]

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A shorter workday and other tips for increasing productivity

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Increasing productivity is always a good thing. We all want to be more efficient to get more done with less, or in less time. Boosting productivity in the workday is a great thing to strive towards for all businesses but it’s vitally important to not confuse productivity with time spent working.

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