Failing to plan is planning to fail. We love a good quote here and this one is attributed to self-help author Alan Lakein, and is now part of business (and life) lexicon. It works because it applies across human activity and is completely intuitive to the modern world.
Work schedules and event calendars have been discussed in previous blogs as critical to ensuring a solid sales pipeline and unified marketing plan. If you’ve been in business for any length of time, or spent a number of hours planning how to get started, you will know there are other areas that need careful planning in order to have a successful working operation.
With Christmas just around the corner we wanted to make sure that no one missed out on being amazing this festive season. So here’s a quick recap of all our Christmas posts so that you can be ready for a flurry of bookings and orders.
P.S. We hope you had a successful Black Friday!
With Black Friday tomorrow and Christmas looming many of us are starting to feel the burn when it comes to business. It really is ‘nose to the grind stone’ time and we’ve had a lot of support queries over the past couple of days on how to set up last minute offers, the best ways to create a buzz and how to boost sales over the festive season. So here are seven things you can do over the next twelve months to guarantee success this time next year.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are tremendous opportunities for your business to make money. According to TechRadar, Black Friday 2015 is projected to be the biggest day of spending on the Internet – EVER. Running a successful Black Friday and Cyber Monday campaign can be overwhelming and stressful. So here are twelve ways to ensure that your business prospers during the Christmas break.
If you want to be successful over the Christmas period it’s vital that your website screams ‘stay here’. The longer a visitor stays on your site the more likely they are to book your services or purchase your products, not to mention the benefits to your search engine optimisation. So here are six tips to stop your visitors moving on to other businesses!