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7 Facebook Post Ideas For Small Businesses

Posted on May 11, 2018 by Elsa under Business, Inspiration, Sales and Marketing, Social Media and Blogging

Tweet Last week, we spoke about getting your business on Facebook and the benefits of doing so. But, once you have your Facebook page set up, what should you post? What type of post gets the best engagement? And what kind of posts would work best for your audience? We’ve included a list of seven […]

Getting Started With Facebook As A Small Business

Posted on May 1, 2018 by Elsa under Business, Sales and Marketing, Social Media and Blogging

Tweet I’m pretty sure that by now every one of us has heard of Facebook. Not only is it one of the biggest social media platforms in the world, but in recent years (and weeks) it has gained popularity and notoriety amongst individuals and small businesses alike. Now, most business owners have a love-hate relationship […]

Business Review: Networking

Posted on January 12, 2018 by Elsa under Business, Partners, Sales and Marketing

Tweet Networking is often associated with the corporate world and tends to conjure up an image of high-flyers in business suits trying to move up the ranks and rub shoulders with other influential members of the industry. However, networking is an area that should be used by anyone with a business, including the self-employed small […]

Business Review: Business Plans

Posted on January 5, 2018 by Elsa under Business, Sales and Marketing

Tweet With a new year comes the need to refresh and renew and what better place to start than with a business plan. A good business plan is the cornerstone of every small business. It reminds you of your goals and intentions throughout the year and keeps you on track to achieve them. The key […]

Sales Plan

Posted on November 20, 2017 by Rich under Business, Sales and Marketing

Tweet In tandem with your marketing plan, sales plans should ideally go in hand-in-hand as much as possible. One should support the other and vice-a-versa to present a coherent path for yourself and all customers to follow. This applies to your individual photography products right through to attracting corporate customers or large-scale, long-term projects.