But, what’s in it for me?

The effective email marketing message needs to focus on the receiver and what’s in it for them … not what you have or what you offer – not even your product. It needs to be about what is in it for them. 7 secrets you should consider keeping in mind: The subject line serves asContinue reading “But, what’s in it for me?”

Avoid disappointments. Give more time

Developing the relationships through networking is important it is the foundation of success. Most of us are aware of this although there comes a time when we need to step back and think: ‘Is the relationship i value really a priority for my network colleagues?’ I’ve had my own personal experiences with supposed allies, friendsContinue reading “Avoid disappointments. Give more time”

All The Right Messages

Expectations are high each and every time we attend our networking Forum – at least they should be, after all it is all about the business … BUT … are we good for our business? The key elements to your success are very simple: Your presence Your engagement And the message you give out We all know that we need to take our ‘shop window’ to the prospect if the prospect is not visiting our business. Your presence at Weeklybiz Forum offers just that, a regular connection with potential customers who have regular connections of your own. We also understand that that it is not enough to simply ‘turn up’ at your network forum – we need to participate, tell others about us and what we offer … so others can in turn, tell others about us. This is where the message you give out is important.   Are you enthusiastic about your business – think about your Attitude, is it positive (or negative) contagious?? Do you know exactly what is right for your business?  Because, if YOU don’t know this, don’t expect your colleagues and next best customer to help you find it.          

Shut That Door!

In every networking ‘group’ there will always be one or two examples of how NOT to encourage business. Today, GO! Publicity.me brings you the Weeklybiz interpretation of just one or two(!) classic scenarios and how to avoid them … Episode One. Leave the hunter behind … starring Matt Le-Fatt Let’s imagine that 9-5pm our MattContinue reading “Shut That Door!”

Go on, tell me you don’t need it.

So unless you are living in a cave and therefore don’t particularly rely on people for your business to grow, then yes, you will need to consider publicity in some shape or form. How you qualify the vast number of options available and implement those that are most suitable for you and your business is keyContinue reading “Go on, tell me you don’t need it.”