Awareness of your competitors’ choices and offerings reveals important information about your market and provides valuable insights into your customer base. The targets and successes of your competitors can help you identify gaps in your own approach. Follow these three tips to boost your competitor research plan and reap the benefits!
Simply said: sales are tough business. One mistake can cost you a commission, a customer and tarnish the company image. Errors cannot be completely avoided, but a self-aware sales team can minimize the impact by preventing as many as possible and dealing with the rest. Follow these tips to avoid preventable blunders:
Consumers and marketers both agree that Facebook and Twitter enjoy changing things up, and their addition of specific advertising features is good news for marketers.
Not Posting Enough: Unlike traditional marketing that runs on campaigns, Social Media is frequent and relentless. The most common mistake marketers make is letting content lapse.
Reach indicates the number of people aware of your brand or content. Think number of “likes” on a Facebook page, followers on Twitter, or subscribers to your YouTube channel. With the right tools, you will soon be able to understand more about where your target markets “hang out” online and where to expand your reach.
Ongoing training results in engaged, flexible, and high-performing employees. The most successful organizations keep up-to-date on the latest software trends with robust education and development initiatives.
Organizations take many precautions to keep their data and systems safe and secure. Unfortunately, no number of firewalls protects your data from this potentially disastrous threat. Increase your staff’s awareness and turn security leaks into additional protection.
If you are a business professional today, you are working with computers to be as efficient as possible. Businesses benefit from efficient use of technology. You and your fellow employees must be well-versed and well-trained on pertinent hardware and software to be efficient, solve problems and generate ROI.
When presenting important information, a visual – such as a chart or graph – is worth a thousand lines of data. But communicating your message is not as simple as tossing in a pie chart. Visual representations of data must be carefully planned and crafted to present a clear and informative message.
Have you been asked to create an Excel worksheet from scratch and had no clue on how to approach the process? Did you build a worksheet only to discover that you should have added elements in the beginning to save time and frustration?