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January

2017

How to develop effective telephone and cold-calling scripts

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For many small business owners, the idea of calling prospective customers out of the blue is terrifying. And so you look for other ways to attract attention. But the telephone is a powerful marketing tool – all you need is … Continue reading

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January

2017

12 Digital marketing misconceptions to dispel

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There is a large amount of small business digital marketing advice available online. Unfortunately, some of the advice is misleading, or even completely incorrect! In fact, one of the key challenges of digital marketing is determining which tips are useful … Continue reading

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January

2017

Choosing social media tools for business marketing

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Are you looking to manage your social media more efficiently? There are business owners who feel they may be wasting too much time on social media, but haven’t got the time to look into how to do things differently. If … Continue reading

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January

2017

Email time management tips: How to use a virtual assistant to your advantage

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For many people, email has become an essential part of running their business. Unfortunately, personal email management can be quite complex when you have hundreds of emails arriving daily and thousands of email contacts. For this reason, many business owners … Continue reading

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January

2017

10 small business budget planning tips for the New Year

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Good planning is vital to business success and, whether you are just starting out, or you’ve been established for a few years, taking control of managing and planning your finances means you’ll have far more control over your business’s performance … Continue reading

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January

2017

5 Sales appointment setting tips for entrepreneurs and small business owners

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Obtaining an appointment with a sales prospect can be challenging. The prospect is often very busy and they may not be interested in scheduling an appointment when first approached. However, there are a number of appointment setting tips which can … Continue reading

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January

2017

How can virtual personal assistant companies support your business?

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Ever wondered how a virtual personal assistant can help you? Ever wondered what a virtual assistant is? As many successful small businesses already know, virtual personal assistant companies can help you with a wide range of business admin and strategy … Continue reading

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January

2017

15 Low budget marketing methods for small businesses and sole traders

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Small businesses and sole traders need to market their products and services just as much as big businesses do. However, most small businesses and sole traders don’t have large budgets so they have to think outside of the box and … Continue reading

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January

2017

New Year small business planning tips for beginners and SMEs

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Is your business ready to take on the New Year? As things slow down at Christmas, it’s the perfect opportunity to think about how you’re going to support and grow your business in the New Year. And it doesn’t have … Continue reading

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