As a small business owner, you're bound to meet lots of people. And if you're not, you should. So, in your travels and during networking sessions, you'll be wise to follow these commandments.
There are myriad ways to market your small business online but unless you're reaching your target audience directly, the chances of turning that effort into sales dwindles. Here are 11 tips to turn marketing pitches into sales for your small business.
When you're trying to make your product or service standout among a variety of others just like it, what's the first step? One possibility -- all other things being equal -- is to put a human face on what you do. A bit of personality can go a long way in any business.
If your store has some merchandise that could use a feather dusting, one or all of these 6 tips could help you get some slow moving products into customers' hands.
Intra-office fantasy sports leagues are nothing new. But now your team can draft each other with Fantasy Sales Team. This app turns your sales people into commodities that can be drafted, traded, and coveted in a work-related game that's aimed at boosting sales and team building.
Infusionsoft announces the addition of former Quickbooks Online executive Terry Hicks to its leadership team. There, Hicks will serve as the company's first Chief Products Officer responsible for driving the company's global product strategy.
Running your small business takes a lot of planning. And that plan will only come to fruition if everyone is working toward a single objective, of course.
Sales hinges on knowing as much about your potential clients as possible. Trying to get in their heads may sound difficult but following these tips may help you get there.
Do you have to an extrovert to successfully sell your product or service? Not at all, says Jennifer Kahnweiler, author of "Quiet Influence: The Introvert's Guide To Making A Difference," Here are some thoughts on how introverted entrepreneurs can be great influencers too.
Establishing a process for your company's sales helps keep things organized and can actually lead to future, repeat sales. And setting up this process is pretty easy to do. Here are 6 steps to follow to establish your company's sales process.
Sales may not seem much like, say, flying a Boeing 747, but you know, there are some similarities. If you don't believe that, well ... just take the window seat. The gentleman sitting next to you on this flight is sales manager Al Davidson and he may just change your perspective.
Entrepreneurs sometimes hear the advice that you should not compete on price alone. But in the end, pricing your product or service is important. So here are some tips to get you to the price you should be asking for what you do.