Tips for avoiding the most awkward Zoom scenarios Zoom security is something to consider. As people work from home in greater numbers, Zoom has become a household fixture. But like a lot of software, Zoom can be used both for good and by nefarious forces of evil who want to ruin your life one meeting
Coronavirus Tips for Small Business 1. Put an automated lead machine in place If you don’t have automated lead processes in place, now is the time to get on that. If the economy goes down, you’re going to have to sell twice as much as you were previously and without automation, you’re running an uphill race.
It doesn’t matter how amazing video conferencing technology becomes: video meetings will never quite be the same as in-person ones. Running effective meetings using this technology requires that you be aware of the differences and develop informal—or life-changing, definitive—rules to make things easier.
Anyone who’s ever worked at an agency knows how difficult it is to work with several different clients and manage their needs simultaneously. Alas, there are different types of clients in the marketing industry, each with their own personalities, priorities, brand strategies, creative tastes, and budgetary restrictions. If you manage them all the same way, you’re going to find yourself in a world of trouble.
From issues of cash flow to audience apathy, from poor sales to personnel matters, business problems usually start as you problems. When you can’t get out of your own way, there are three situations guaranteed to land you and your business in the mud. The only way to get out is to see these problems for what they are and move forward. Ready?
People are going to unsubscribe from your email list. It’s sad, but it’s guaranteed to happen. No matter how great your email marketing is, you’re not going to retain 100 percent of your subscribers. Studies have placed the average unsubscribe rate between 0.19 percent and 0.52 percent per email sent. That means if you have a 2,000-person list, with
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