Your day is likely a jam-packed array of back-to-back meetings, customer service, human resources duties, with a few moments crammed in for lunch and bathroom breaks. You barely have time to devote to a personal life. And you’ve avoided marketing duties because, quite frankly, who has the time?
The truth is that you can accomplish some very significant content marketing in a mere fifteen minutes a day. Yes, in just a quarter of an hour you can garner new clientele, establish you and your business as an online authority, and create a pristine online reputation. It might just be the best fifteen minutes you’ve ever spent.
By knowing where to concentrate your efforts, you can convert fifteen minutes—just 900 seconds—into the most profitable moments of your day.
Being productive and efficiently effective with your time these days is such a key differentiatioin, regardless of your business. To be truly, noticeably successful means your make truly, noticeably strides in being more productive. I struggle with it every day. I bet you do, too.
Here are some previous posts that could help you push your productivity forward.
Whether you call it a destination page, lead capture page, or of course, landing page, the purpose of it is both simple and essential: it’s the page on your website where people first land after they clicked on your link in a search result. Here is where you make your business’ case, and hopefully convert a visitor into an actual sales lead.
Okay, so far so good. But how do you make a landing page that will inspire people to respond, eventually culminating in a sale, as opposed to them shrugging unenthusiastically and wandering off? Here are some tips:
Professionally, and even beyond, it doesn’t take long to see why networking is such a big deal. The leads, opportunities and partnerships you find among people you personally know and the people they know are truly astounding.
And yet, the act of networking doesn’t come naturally for most people. It scares some, while it baffles others. It’s intimidating to start the conversation.
When thinking about a brand, often times popular items we see in commercials or on the shelves of our favorite stores come to mind. This is primarily because the company has stayed on top of branding in the media, in the consumer marketplace, and online. What happens, though, when potential clients and customers begin searching for your brand?
When customers shop for goods and services, they don’t always know details about quality and value. They think they do, though, based on what they believe about a particular brand. The marketplace is ruled by customers’ mental and psychological associations with brand identity. This is why it’s so important to build a brand that resonates […]
I don’t think I’ve ever met anyone who thought they didn’t have a full load.
I bet you think you have a slammed schedule, with no room for one more thing. We all think that way. And though we may sometimes want to take on “busy schedules” competitively and see who has the busier schedule, the fact is we’re all busy, relatively speaking.
That goes triple for a director with a team of people to oversee. You’re schedule might be busy, but when you’re managing teams of five, ten, twenty people, it gets downright hairy pretty quickly.
I know I struggle with it. Rarely a day ends that I’m not sick of emails, sick of phone calls, sick of meetings, sick of people. It doesn’t always last too long, but it’s inevitable, nonetheless. And with so many people depending on you to check this, approve that, meet here, etc., you can make it through a whole day doing everything everyone else wanted you to do and not a thing you wanted to accomplish.