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Another great video by Will Smith

In this video, he talks about fear.

What does your business look like in terms of technology and marketing technology?

 Steve Mills - Part time Marketing director

Like it, or loath it, marketing technology is here to stay

And the extent to which you embrace, use and benefit from it may well be a direct reflection of how successful you and your business are now and in the future.

The fact is that technology is going to become more important in the future and will enable us as businesses and people to be:

  • Faster
  • More informed
  • Better at doing things
  • More informed
  • Etc

It is no longer acceptable to say “I don’t like technology”, or “I don’t understand it”.  You MUST embrace it and become outstandingly good at using it.

Questions for you to consider

On a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being outstanding, how good are you and your business at using the following marketing technology:

  1. CRM systems
  2. Project management software
  3. Diary management
  4. email marketing software
  5. Financial management software
  6. Website management software like WordPress

Because if you are not really great, then this is no doubt costing you money and in my opinion, it is something that is missing in 90% of the people in businesses that I speak to.

Traction

Business Advice Uk | Green shoots

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shortly we will be launching a new workshop and marketing programme called ‘Traction’.  It is based on a fantastic book by the same name that I recently read.

The programme is based on six key business components, as follows:

  1. Letting go of the vine
  2. The vision
  3. People
  4. Data
  5. Issues
  6. Processes.

Look out for further details, or call 01256 345 556 in order to register your interest.

Business Cards by Solway Printers

Tim-Solway-cropped

 

 

 

 

Tim Solway of Solways Printers

Just got our fantastic new business cards from Solways Printers.

Watch this great video – http://www.solways.co.uk/luxury-900gsm-thick-triplexed-business-cards/

Jim Rohn – Use your own mind

Jim Rohn once said “To be successful you need to work harder on yourself, then you do on your job”.

“If you could do better, should you”?

Cut off day

How are your new years resolutions progressing?

Business Connections Live TV Christmas show

Business Connections Live TV Christmas show

Steve Mills was again featured on this fantastic show and this is the sixth time he has been on the show.

LinkedIn Masterclass – Next workshop is on 14th December 2016

The three steps to success

Standing out in your marketingThe three steps to success

There are many versions of ‘the secret to success’ and I am not saying that this is the key to success, but for me at least it makes common sense for me to know…

  1. Do I know my ONE most important thing for the year/month/ quarter?
  2. Do I know my number ONE biggest action today?
  3. Have I planned my ONE biggest thing for first thing in the morning?

EVERYONE is busy, the real question is “busy doing what?”

Everyone has the same number of hours in the day. So it’s not a question of having the time, it’s a question of managing your priorities and putting the most important things first.

Most people have a thousand excuses as to why the can’t follow the 3 steps above.

Most people don’t have what they want and will never achieve the success they desire.

I don’t think that’s a coincidence, do you?

So my question for you is quite simple. What’s your one thing today?

Have a productive day!

Steve Mills – The Prudent Marketer

P.S:

An easy to read book that inspired this article and one which is well worth reading is ‘The One Thing’ by Gary Keller.

Should I buy a new website?

Marketing TrainingI get asked this a lot!

And the truth is that when buying anything in marketing there are two questions to consider:

  1. What the risk?
  2. What’s the return on investment

Let me give you some examples from our services.

For example – Let’s say you are considering booking on to our LinkedIn workshop.  What’s the risk?  £69, plus half a day of your time!  So, this is a fairly low risk.  Question 2 – What’s the return on investment?  Well the truth is it depends.  I know I client, who made £42,000,000 and many that have made £100,000+ be attending, but I also know others who have not taken any action following the workshop and so have got no sales.

It is the same with buying a new website – If you buy a new website and pay decent money for it, then there is a reasonable amount of risk.  However the rewards can also be very high.  The big problem that I keep hearing is “we have bought a new website, but we have had no leads at all from it”.

The truth is that the reason behind this lack of success is two fold.

  1. There has been little, or no effort, or cash but into driving traffic to the site
  2. There has been little, or no effort but into CRO (conversion rate optimisation) of the website.
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