June is ‘Do It Yourself Marketing’ Month. So what is your marketing strategy? Do you do it yourself or do you have someone else doing it for you? Or a Continue ReadingDIY Marketing
This month is International Customer Loyalty Month. It is said that it takes 5 to 25 times more time and money (depending on which reports you read) to gain a Continue ReadingCustomer Loyalty and Relationship Marketing
The holidays are fast approaching whether we like it or not. Thanksgiving is next week, and Christmas will be here in no time. It is important to show our appreciation Continue ReadingShowing Clients Appreciation
April is International Customer Loyalty Month and also National Card and Letter Writing Month – What better time to send customers a Thank You card for their continued business? People Continue ReadingIncreasing Customer Loyalty
The first week in February was International Networking Week and this year’s theme was ‘Follow Up.’ I’m sure you have all heard – ‘The Fortune’s in the Follow Up’ How Continue ReadingThe Fortune’s In the Follow Up
From Woman’s Day It’s the most wonderful time of the year-but also one of the most stressful! Make the season more enjoyable by stopping stress in its tracks with these Continue ReadingTips for a Stress-Free Holidays
I wrote this blog post in 2009. It appears on blog site as one of the most popular posts so I thought I would share it here since this is Continue ReadingR.S.V.P…..Regrets Only??!!
Spring is in the Air What do you think about when it comes to marketing this time of year? There is so much to draw from for marketing ideas this Continue ReadingDo You Use the Seasons to Market Your Business?
The first week of Februray was International Networking Week. I was asked to do a Lunch and Learn for a local Chamber of Commerce. Part of my presentation stressed the Continue ReadingLove Thy Clients and Customers
I’m a list maker. I have to write things down. It seems that during the holidays, my lists multiply. In addition to the normal to-do list, there’s the shopping list, Continue ReadingA Time to Make Lists