2017, September 15th
by Pam Moore
Would you build a new house without a plan? Of course you wouldn’t, right? To build a house that will last a lifetime you need a framework and architecture. A framework and plan is what helps ensure the house is developed on time, meets standards to keep you safe and enjoy the home for decades to come.
Running your business, as well the marketing and content strategies that support your goals also require a framework and architecture.
by Tony Restell
So you’ve arrived at work today, determined to figure out why your social media efforts simply aren’t paying off. There are no enquiries coming through, no new sales, in fact very few conversations to speak of at all.
Two hours later, your coffee is cold. You’ve gone over everything and you just can’t figure out what the problem is! So that’s the inspiration for this blog post – to help everyone out there struggling with generating social media results to understand the reasons it’s not working out for your small business (and therefore the actions you need to take to turn things around).
by Janet Attard
What’s the hardest thing about starting and growing a business? For many small businesses, the answer is finding clients or getting customers. Customer acquisition is particularly difficult if your marketing budget is limited. Here are 16 time-tested strategies to help build your customer base.
by Keith Tully
There are certain signs that indicate when you’re ready to be your own boss, both practically and emotionally – increasing disillusion with work, a craving for independence and freedom, and having the finances in place to cover the first few months of self-employment, are just a few.
You need to bridge the gap between your idea for business and the realities of starting up, however, so how do you know when you’ve reached this stage? Here are seven indications that you’re ready to take that leap of faith, and work for yourself.
by Mandie Holgate
I have worked with countless people from Venture Capitalists and Teachers to Accountants and Lawyers to help them quit their job that has all the safety of employment along with the treasures of a successful career. The bonuses, the cars, the travel, the pensions and pay rises. How do you pluck up the courage to quit something that you loved and that now leaves you cold inside and feeling unfulfilled for an unknown pathway that could be fraught with the hassle, stress, and a lack of all the things you’ve come to know and want in life?