The Power of a List: Part 2

In the previous article of Tips In Ten, I told you about one of the most important assets that most top businesses have – a list. This list of people who have exchanged contact information for the chance to hear from you has the potential to become a dedicated group of buyers. These contacts have […]

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10 Minutes a Day For Better Staff Productivity

I’m all about “getting more done”. That shouldn’t come as a surprise to you and I spend a lot of time thinking about it. For some of my readers, the lessons in these Tips In Ten issues are applicable to their one-person operations. But what about the businesses that are multi-staff situations? You’re in charge […]

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Competitor Research in Just 10 Minutes per Day

Just a couple hours before writing this, I was talking with a client who was telling me that she had run a successful business for nearly 20 years… until about 3 years ago. And then, all of sudden, her revenues plummeted. Yes, plummeted. The short story is: She was so busy with her ongoing success […]

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Ten Tips to Add Value to Your Customers

Customers buy when they perceive that there is value in the relationship. If they don’t see the value, they will spend their money somewhere else. Your job as a small business owner is to “wow” your customers with value so they won’t even think of spending their money elsewhere. So, how do you do that? […]

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Sorting and Prioritizing Email like a Mastermind

Posted by on September 24, 2010 in: Email Efficiency, Tips in 10

So, by now you read my last article  about sorting and prioritizing email in 10 minutes on a shoestring budget. That is a great way to sort and prioritize email… but you can take it to another level by doing two things: Hire a Virtual Assistant to sort and prioritize for you. Utilize Email Center […]

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Focus to Move Forward

Entrepreneurs are faced with innumerable marketing opportunities to grow their businesses. Speaking from experience, I have so many options when I’m looking to market my business and I’m frequently approached by business owners with a giant list of internet marketing to-do’s that they want to pursue. Blogs, social media, social bookmarking, articles, press releases, AdWords, […]

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“What Should I Do?” – Social Communities

From time to time I’ve been posting a series called “What Should I Do?” about a particular aspect of social media marketing based on the Social Media Framework mindmap in MindMeister. The social communities topic in the Social Media Framework mindmap seems somewhat empty, especially if you compare it to the immense pile of social […]

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