The world doesn’t stand still and neither should a brand. Things change so fast nowadays that brands can’t simply do enough to keep up with the times and often miss major opportunities that can be exploited by a real shift in direction. This month’s article is about how your brand should evolve not only to survive but to prosper.
During the pandemic, it is easy to lose sight of the way forward, with the worry of what your business' future may hold. This article is all about positive guidance to get through the tougher times.
This article gives you the basic knowledge you need to embrace LinkedIn as a networking platform, get going and see results quickly.
Now is the time for some introspection and to think seriously about what you can do to improve the way you retain your existing customers and reach new ones in new ways.
In this article, we build upon the SEO basics I introduced previously, expanding on what you can do on-site and off-site, to make sure your SEO strategy a success.
If you can dominate Google search results, you can dominate a market. This is the power of being found first and you should make it your goal.
Get the lowdown on what goes into creating the emails themselves and the key rules you should stick to when producing your content.
Believe it or not, when done the right way, it can be one of the lowest cost/highest return ways to promote your business. We have seen huge returns from it over the years and you can too.
This article is going to explore some of the main social media channels, how to choose the best ones for your business and how to use them in the right way to get leads.
How you can improve conversions once you get to the stage that you are asked for a price, a quotation or a proposal? Find out how
This month, I’m going to explore in more detail what to do when you find yourself in front of someone. This is more tailored to face-to-face selling but you can adapt and apply these techniques to all types of selling situations.
Today, this is useful for anyone selling something in person, rather than online, and even if you don't have a business, you will find tips here you could apply when selling yourself to a prospective employer in your next job interview.
Build it and they come! Actually, no, they won’t. Having a decent website is only half the battle… you need visitors or, as they’re collectively referred to, “traffic”.
After you have the basics of your business getting et up, next is to explore the next most important part of communicating your business to a world of prospective customers… building and publishing your website.
Now your idea is off the ground, it's now time to discuss the topic of “the brand” and how critical it is to getting a business off on the right foot.
From the idea stage to bringing a product or service to market, a business launch encompasses myriad steps. Darren Isaac, the founder of TFA, offers his advice on starting the right way.