The sole aim of starting a blog is to solve problems. But that’s too vague, because we need to identify the need of our target audience, our readers and everyone that comes to our blog. The truth is that your blog isn’t for everyone. Once you can establish this truth, half the battle of converting the right prospects is won. So, how do you ensure that your blog is converting people? Trust me, it takes a lot of tweaking and split testing to get it right. But there are simple steps you can take to get the most out of your blog. Listed below are 4 things you can do to get people to do whatever (good) you want them to do:
LinkedIn should be part of your social media marketing platform, if it is not already. Let’s take a look at these four tips to help you use LinkedIn to generate new leads for your business. Read the rest of this entry
All of us would likely agree that having a strong social media presence in the best interest of building, maintaining and growing a successful online or offline business. I think all of us would also agree that social networking is anything but passive. You need to invest the time and energy to update your pages and profiles on a regular basis. You need to continue providing value to your fans and followers. Read the rest of this entry
You never know when there’ll come a time…
A time in your life where you’ll be required to step up and lead.
Whether it’s to lead an army across a nation, a group of marketers to the ‘promise land’ of wealth & prosperity or simply to lead a small group of family, friends or co-workers to stand up against a single individual.
The point is; there comes a time in everyone’s life where leadership is required.
If you’re an entrepreneur or Network Marketer; leadership is one of the most important skills you can ever learn.
Just look at the most & least successful corporations in the world. Even individuals. The single factor that separates them apart is leadership.
A few hundred years ago, leadership meant the difference between winning a war and losing it (and still does to less of an extent). Just look at the countless events throughout history. Today, it often means the difference between thriving or failing; in business or your personal life. Read the rest of this entry
According to Internet Retailer, 26% of people who have never purchased online have trust issues and especially worry about sharing their credit card information, personal security and data. Bizrate reports that, 75% of people who do shop online have clicked on symbols representing a website’s consumer rating in one way or another. To make matters worst, 2/3 of online consumers don’t trust Facebook either. Read the rest of this entry