Three mistakes that lead to low engagement online

 
When it comes to engaging their audience on LinkedIn most small business owners have three frustrations:
 
  1. It takes time to create good content
  2. Content does not get reactions
  3. Low engagement over time
As a result, they get content creation fatigue and revenue stays flat.
If that is you, do this instead:
 
  •  Define key issues your clients have each week
  • Implement a publishing rhythm that the algorithm supports
  • Create once, re-use often
If you want my worksheets to help you with that, comment 'engagement' below and I will send them to you.
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Retain Your Clients of the Holidays

 
When when we went into the Holiday season last year, my client Terri was afraid she would lose some of her clients.
 
This happened every year.
 
She wondered why her clients would stop using her services during this time. And then, come next year, it seemed always impossible to re-engage.
 
She told me that it felt like a failure. She wondered if she was not good enough?
 
Why else would her clients, who made such great progress with her, suddenly dump her?
We then went through her entire client list and used my Traffic Light system for each to see which ones were most likely to disengage.
 
Then we applied my Reflection Amplifier to interview each client to reflect on their journey, identify what they still needed to achieve, and then pre-loaded the year for them.
 
This Holiday Season, it's a totally different picture for her. Clients enjoy this review process with her and cannot wait to continue working with her in the first week of...
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4 Habits of High Performing Sales People

 

Let's face it. When you start and have your own business, you will need to learn how to sell. So sales = no income.

But have you ever taken a sales course or even hired someone to do the sales for - and it did not work out? The leads and sales just did not come in?

Then maybe it is not about what you have learned, but how intentional you are about your social environment, how you condition yourself for success, what motivates you and which actions you take and won't.

Sales legend Greg Rosner, CEO of PitchKitchen.com and I share strategies to overcome daily struggles in growing our businesses and how to develop a winning mindset.

Enjoy the show and stay amazing.

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