Here’s a series of FREE VIDEOS that answer most of top questions surrounding Facebook Retargeting. Enjoy … Continue reading “Facebook Retargeting Simplified”
There are many benefits associated with retargeting your ad campaigns. Here are 15 reasons why you should begin retargeting your Facebook Ads.
Like many special occasions, Mother’s Day has become a large commercial event. Mother’s Day gifts including jewelry, candy, flowers, and dining out have made this a great holiday for businesses. According to the National Restaurant Association, Mother’s Day is now the most popular day of the year to dine out.
As with other special occasions, we need to remind ourselves the day is not just about giving gifts and eating fine foods, it’s also about giving appreciation and becoming closer to our Mothers.
If you want to make your Mother’s Day special, give her the gift of time – yours. Spend time with your Mom and if you are short on cash, don’t worry – tidy up, make her dinner, turn the tables and take care of her for a change.
And if you wish to buy her something special, there’s always the ever popular bouquet of flowers. Remember, just about any type of flowers will be well received – after-all she’s your Mother and is unendingly supportive, however white carnations are the official flower of Mother’s Day and you can thank Anna Jarvis for that.
Here are 10 Fun Facts About Mothers Day …
What you’ll get out of this free webinar
Hello, my name is James Burchill and for three decades I’ve been helping business streamline their management, marketing and sales processes.
Along the way I’ve learned quite a bit about “what do small businesses want?” and in this FREE PRESENTATION I’m going to share with you some important information that shows you why your b2b sales aren’t what you want, how to generate more leads, how to address price objections, how to close more sales and how you can do all this without working harder.
I know it sounds too good to be true, but it’s not. It’s simply because most small businesses suffer from proximity blindness which means an outside consultant (like me) can easily see the problems and the solutions.
I’m also a data and systems researcher and have a background in psychology which means I dig into problems and look for causes beyond the not-so-obvious. In this free presentation I’m going to share with you some of my analysis, research and conclusions – it’s eye opening stuff!
Armed with this information you’ll immediately start to see what I see when looking at sub-optimal sales and marketing processes. Then I’ll show you a series of simple steps you can take to fix the flaws so that by the time the presentation ends (it’ll likely last 45-60 minutes depending on Q&A) you’ll have actionable steps you can take to level up your business!
And yes, I will be recording this presentation so if you can’t attend live (you can ask questions) you can always watch later. Either way, you’ll need to opt-in for details.
Stay frosty my friend,
People are busy … and bombarded with email daily. If you want your email messages opened, read and replied to … QUICKLY then I suggest you begin following my 60 second rules for email.
Target 1 minute (or less) reading time.
That’s about 200 words – max.
Use a descriptive subject
Use short sentences.
Avoid commas (where possible)
Use simple/basic language.
Use MAX 3 bullets
When writing numbers use digits (1,2..etc)
Get to the point: quickly.
Follow this basic structure:
I visited with a client today and during the conversation it became apparent they were having issues with their advertising – print advertising to be precise. They showed me the original advert and told me it cost them a little more than $1,700 to place the ad.
When I asked them who created the concept, the copy and the design – the client smiled and said … Continue reading “Why You Should Ignore a Publishers Offer for FREE Advert Design”
Every small business needs to market themselves and part of marketing is advertising. The trouble is most SMB’s don’t quite understand the importance of the elements that make up a good advert. Today I’m going to show you how your prospect reads yours!
It is important to understand that your prospect will not simply read your advertisement or letter. At first, they will only scan it. In direct mail or brochures, you have about eleven seconds before being dismissed. People read your ‘message’ in the following order: Continue reading “This Is How Your Prospect Reads Your Advertising”
“You’re such a charmer… You could sell hot chocolate in hell!”
Sounds like a tough gig doesn’t it? Well it is. Selling is tough, it’s hard, and it gives you tummy ache… Oh, sorry, that’s those new oatmeal healthy alternative lifestyle bars… Continue reading “Selling Hot Chocolate In Hell”
In a hurry to develop and launch your course? Here’s the simplest course you can make and sell on Udemy that still meets their submission guidelines.
Am I saying you should ONLY do this? Nope, but if you’re in a hurry to get into the market, I suggest you “MVP” the heck out of your course and then circle back later to add more content as required.
Here’s the list: Continue reading “Udemy Course Creation (Minimum Requirements)”
There’s a newsletter I enjoy reading and it contains valuable information I can often use immediately.
Picture this… The email newsletter shows up I click on the “read me” link. I’m taken over to a new page … with nothing on it. Huh? OK, it had something on it, a “<Play>” button. Now I’m starting to get irritated, I’m pushed for time, I don’t want to play “find the freaking facts!”
So I push the button and after what seemed an eternity (maybe 2 seconds… I told you I was in a hurry) a voice started speaking. I know the voice, I like the guy, his stuff is good but here’s the part that really drives me bonkers – he speaks at a measured pace. Aagh!
Darn it, now I’m locked into absorbing his valuable information at the speed of my buddies voice — which I do enjoy listening to — just NOT when I’m in a hurry, and not when I want the information NOW!
Glaciers Move Faster…
Most of us speak quite slowly, we digest words at the rate of a few hundred a minute. Glacial time in comparison to the speed at which I *READ*. These days I can visually absorb information at one heck of a pace – I’ve learned to do so from necessity – and I want the information ‘in my head as fast as humanly possible’ so I can use it now.
When I want to curl up with a good book, I do. When I want to listen to an audio cast, I do. Now is NOT the time 🙁
Being given valuable information in an AUDIO ONLY format has totally cheesed me off, now I have to go elsewhere to get what I want… And did I mention I was in a hurry?
And the point of all this?
Don’t overlook the fact each of us likes to ‘consume’ ideas and information in different ways, I’m mostly visual with auditory as back up. Some folks are primarily auditory and experiential (they like to touch and experience the moment) and then there are a few poor souls who experience the world from a smell and taste perspective – but we won’t worry about them shall we *smile*
Remember most of us can read a heck of a lot faster than we can listen, and people are asked each day to make many decisions about how to spend their precious time – Don’t force them to spend it at 120 words per minute… Give them a choice.