I can never stress the importance of networking enough so here comes another week full of tips and training. If you need some one-on-one coaching on this topic make sure to reach out. Your tip for today is to ask questions. Ask at least 3-4 questions for every bit of information you give out. “I help small businesses with their social media” What do you do?” What is your ideal client?” “What can I do today to help your business?” Networking is more about giving than receiving.
Marketing is an ever-changing game. Old methods still work in most cases but you should always look for opportunities to work smarter and get your message across more effectively. Here are some of the current trends to watch.
Over the next 3 days I will put out checklists for daily, weekly and monthly things you should be doing for you blog. Of course, if your business doesn’t rely on your blog you can ignore them, but most content marketing strategies hinge on your blog being successful.
Rounding out our Direct Sales week with an infographic to help with your success. Keep these in mind as you work your DS business. The more of a business mindset you maintain the easier time you will have with running your business. For more tips and coaching for your DS business join our monthly coaching program. $30 a month provides you a business coach and a wealth of information and help.
The Direct Sales landscape can be tricky to navigate for new and old reps alike. I have put together a list of things to do and not to do as you run your DS business. Theses are proven strategies I have seen work with multiple companies and reps.
Once you have decided on what Direct Sales (DS) business you want to be a part of you need to set up your business structure. I always tell people new to the DS world to make sure they run their business like a business or they are just having an expensive party. Here are the steps I recommend to get your business off the ground.
Customer service is the lifeblood of a business. No matter what business you are in there is some element of customer service involved. Here is an infographic giving some of the Do’s and Don’ts of customer service to use as a baseline.