In today’s modern world, you know that you have to be on video if you’re a business owner or a marketer in general. It’s an insanely powerful medium for communication and quite frankly, it’s a non-negotiable if you want to be relevant online. Everything seems to be video these days.
Back when I started my journey as a freelance web designer, I remember those days when I couldn’t afford anything other than ramen noodles. And not even the real brand, I always had to go with the knock-off brand. It was during these early days that I was looking around for help in order to grow my freelance business and I stumbled across a site called Millo.
If you’re a business owner and you’re struggling to figure out how to scale your business, then you’ve found the right article. If things seem to be on a bit of a plateau, this 3-level formula that I’m going to share with you can get you back on the road to sustainable growth.
There’s one particular aspect of business that a lot of people tend to ignore and I just don’t know why. And that is client retention. Throughout my career I’ve worked a number of different jobs and one of the common refrains I would always here from my bosses is that we needed to get more sales. That was always the focus.
Have you ever had that experience where you can’t seem to get your clients to close on their deals? It might be a few months since you’ve been able to close on a deal and you realize that you’re in a bit of a sales slump!
Everyone is talking about video marketing these days – it’s become a crucial component of your marketing toolkit because we’re still in the prime days of the medium. If you’re not doing video, you need to start doing it right now. Don’t miss out on this golden era of video marketing – you’ll kick yourself later.
When you’re in your first year of your business, the sales cycle is something that is fiendishly difficult to get right. You’re hustling, trying to make things happen – and it’s difficult because you just don’t have any momentum. What this commonly leads to is a feast/famine cycle which we’ve all been through.
When it comes to search engine optimization (SEO) there are a lot of so-called experts out there telling you a whole range of different techniques and strategies that will supposedly get you to the top of the search engine rankings. But are these actually legit? Are they worth all the money that you’re paying them?
If you’re anything like me, you’re always getting contacted by people via email or LinkedIn who want you to hire them to help you increase your website traffic. These people claim to have all the secrets but then hide it behind a fee that is often exorbitant.
The COVID-19 pandemic has a lot of devastating impacts around the world but one of the most common ones has been its effects on small businesses. Due to lengthy lockdown periods, businesses that didn’t have the resources to wait it out were forced to downscale, lay off staff, and in a lot of cases – close completely. It’s been a blood bath.
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