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Top 9 Strategies To Attract More Clients Now


1. Advertise in trade journals, ezines, and web sites that cater to your ideal client.

Growing Your Brand Assets


Okay. Raise your hand if you think brand management is just for BIG companies (like Target, McDonalds or Ford.

Positioning For Success


According to military historian David Chandler the campaigns of Napoleon Bonaparte consistently rose above the expected. For more than 20 years Napoleon showed genius and skill as a general on the field of battle.

Build Your Business Through Networking


Here's one of the most important success principles you'll ever learn. It is this: The more people you know and who know you in a favorable way, the more successful you will be in your business or profession.

Why Trying to Get the Appointment Can be a Recipe for Dis-Appoinment


Why Trying to "Get the Appointment" Can be a Recipe for Dis-AppoinmentLast week, this e-mail from Jack arrived in my inbox:To: Ari Galper From: Jack Subj.: Help! I need to get more appointments Dear Ari,I've just coined a new disease for the medical books, and I'm hoping you can help me cure it.

Six Essential Principles for Marketing to Women Business Owners


Marketing to women entrepreneurs is not difficult. You just have to follow six easy, but essential, principles.

Niche with Passion and Reap Your Financial Rewards


One of the keys to creating a successful business is finding a market niche that is small enough to corner the market but big enough to make money. Let me tell you about a few people who have done that well, and why it works for them.

Marketing vs Selling - Why Theres A Difference


Marketing is something that we do to let people know what products we have to offer.Selling is something that we do to show people that the products we have to offer are of value to them.

How to Avoid Giving Away Free Consulting


After spending 30 minutes in a coffee shop with a potential client, I realized that the sheet of paper they were writing on was almost full; full of ideas that I had just given away for free. If you consult, coach, or are in the advice-giving field, you may have had a similar experience.

5 Tips for Getting the Most out of Exhibiting at Trade Shows


Exhibiting at trade shows can be a cost-effective way to generate business, whether you are a new entrepreneur or have been in business for years. Some exhibitors, however, do not experience the success of others.

Should You Clap For Your Customers?


Does it make sense to clap for your customers? It does not, you answer. You may be right, for the conventional way is for an audience to clap for a speaker, preacher, performer, artiste, player, or marketing professional making a presentation.

Referrals - How to Get Them


Referrals are an extension of Networking. If people like you and like the sound of your product or service, then there's a good chance they'll tell other people about you.

When Business Cards Arent Enough: Unusual, Unexpected, and Uncommon Networking Tips


There comes a time in every small businessperson's life when common networking practices like handing out business cards, attending various meetings and schmoozing with potential clients only goes so far. Eventually, the same old techniques get overused to the point that they become insufficient.

The Seven Deadly Sins of Ineffective Nametags


Your nametag can be your best friend. It can be a lifesaver in meetings, trade shows and events to start conversations when you meet groups of new people.

Getting the Maximum Marketing Mileage Out of Your Nametag


As a small business owner, you must always explore creative ways to promote your products or services. One of the most effective yet underappreciated tools you can use to keep your company "on stage" is your nametag.

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