Business Management - Marketing/Sales
In this #RyansRemarks15 post (short video) PI blogger Ryan Sauers answers the question of why we should use the SHALT rule (Sad, Hungry, Angry, Lonely, Tired) in all of our sales, marketing, and communication strategies.
Recently, I was running my masterclass on "How To Stop Buyers Choosing On Price." As part of the day, delegates create a new sales message and deliver it. It is common for me to hear some very powerful sales messages by the end of the day. However, although I have heard many, many sales messages over the years, I had never heard one delivered in rap form.
For the Luminocity Gala, Ellen Bruss Design (EBD) created a VIP invitation that referenced the work of New York artist Ryan McGinley.
International Print Day throws open its virtual doors to the global printing community on October 18th – and everyone is invited.
Everyone thinks they are busy. Perhaps even you. But there is a distinct and important difference between being busy and being productive. Productive people sell more by asking themselves one important question, and it's the subject of this week's blog by Bill Farquharson.
Proforma has launched its 600th client eCommerce store on its ProStores platform, a proprietary online storefront system.
AlphaGraphics Owner Edward Rothschild was the recipient of the Arvada Economic Development Association’s Community Spirit Award.
Should you leave a voicemail message or not? If you do, what should your expectations be?
Research indicates that engaged employees are 87% less likely to leave an organization and that they perform 20% higher.