Monthly Archives: July 2010

20 Tips To Improve Your Sales Efforts

There’s an expression applicable to business, “Pick the low-hanging fruit”. In a general sense, it refers to the act of doing the things that can be most productive for you in the moment without a lot of new effort. But, let’s expand it’s relevance for you in your business. There are 2 things of primary importance…adding new prospects and making more Sales. Handle these and all other issues work themselves out. In your business, your low hanging fruit is being attentive to the needs of your existing prospects and customers…your List. You’ve worked hard to get them. You want to…

Think Small: An Easier Way To Making Money Online

Recently, I discovered a 78 page Report that was so impactful that it quickly occurred to me that this might be of real interest to our customers and List members, many of whom are looking for an easier way to make money online. I won’t let the cat completely out of the bag, because you really need to get this Report. But as I read it, I realized that the obstacles many people face in achieving the success they desire fall into one of the following categories. Too many distractions Too many opportunities A sense of overwhelm from all that needs…

Video Marketing Can Quickly Lead To Business Success

Video is becoming more and more popular online every day, and it’s more important now than ever before to use video on your website or blog. Comscore.com stated that in May of 2010, 84.4% of the total US internet audience viewed online videos, and that during that month alone, over 183 million US viewers watched almost 34 Billion videos. That’s about 186 videos per viewer, or more than 6 videos each day per viewer. It’s clear that if you aren’t using videos in your online marketing, you are being left behind. Not sure if your business would benefit from video…

Are You, Unknowingly, Sabotaging Your Own Internet Speed?

Over the last 1 1/2 months, Mynders and I have been working from our Colorado cabin, and we have noticed a significant drop in our Internet speed. It was most noticeable when we downloaded a big file. At first, we thought it was due to all the summer visitors returning to their cabins and over-taxing the single high speed internet trunk line  (via a telephone carrier) coming into our community. We were at the point that we were thinking about circulating a community petition to send to the phone company requesting more bandwidth. Customer Service & Technical Support to the Rescue You know the drill.…