Insights & Tips
Linda & Clive share with you Insights and Tips through articles and our series Business Wisdom and Tips Tuesday.
In today’s business landscape, it’s no longer enough to run a business without a web presence. Consumers turn to the internet for almost everything from product and services info to location.
A simple, well-designed website can give you an edge in your field, and if you have something to sell, your website can reach new markets and expand your business easily.
Whether you’re a coach, course creator, or small business, a website is an essential business tool.
If you’re running a business, a business plan is something that should be up-to-date and available to call on throughout the life of your enterprise.
That said, there are some stages where it will be even more critical than others. So, let’s look at the four stages when a business plan is really needed.
In business we all send email every day. Each and every email you send is an opportunity to market your brand and make an impression so are you making the most of it.
There are three simple keys have your email harnessing free marketing opportunities
One of the biggest challenges facing business owners day to day is overwhelm. Specifically, this means having too many things to do in too short an amount of time, leading to a sense of feeling out of control. Here are 7 strategies to overcome overwhelm and staying productive in business.
In this Business Wisdom podcast, Business Strategist Clive Enever walks through the five stages of business growth, looking at Harvard’s research on the subject and also outlining how that applies in the true trenches of business.
He discusses each stage, how you know you’ve attained it, and the challenges that ensue, including the key things every business operator needs to have in place once they reach the next step on the ladder.
Every business relies on marketing to fuel growth. Effective marketing campaigns produce a steady flow of qualified leads for a business, which are then converted to paying customers.
But sometimes things don’t always work out the way you want. No matter how hard you try, your marketing strategy just isn’t working. You’re not making any sales, and your expenses are growing faster than your revenue.
Social media is a powerful tool for businesses of all sizes. It can help you connect with customers and build relationships that could lead to new business. However, social media engagement can often leave people scratching their heads and it all starts with a little planning and foundation work.
Working from home or remotely is something we all got used to with Covid-19. Suddenly, remote work has become a necessity instead of a luxury for many professionals. But does working from home make us Master of Our Own Domain? Working from home is awesome, we could do...
As the old saying goes ‘time is money’, but as a business leader your time is also likely to be in short supply.
After all, there’s a good chance you wear many hats; chief decision maker, financial controller, head of marketing…and the list goes on.
That’s why your time should be fiercely protected. In fact, effective time management skills in business are essential to ensure you maintain a work/life balance and your time in your business is spent efficiently.
With that in mind, here are five ways business leaders can protect their time with some classic time management tips.
Well the Facebook Gods have been playing and updating again this year and there are a round-up of new features and things we need to know as business owners, marketers, and creators to optimise these features and take advantage. Here is a list of updates and changes in the world of Facebook that you should know about.