Not every household has a landline anymore. Household members have their mobile phones and they prefer their calls to go there instead of a shared phone. Homes that do still have the landline use it less, and no one in the household is rushing to pick up the phone when it rings, like their predecessors […]
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The holiday season is usually the busiest period of the year for many small business retailers. The opportunity to capitalize on the holidays in the APAC region has never been greater and is continuing to grow.
Women and shoes – a love affair that knows no bounds. The pain we endure to look good in a pair of heels is enough to make any podiatrist cry. (Or maybe laugh and open another clinic.) According to a 2012 survey by department store Target, Australian women own on average 25 pairs of shoes.
According to the latest report from the National Retail Federation (NRF) Retail sales increased in the month of August but came in at a much slower pace than anticipated.
If you work in marketing, you know how important technology is in regards to your business. Some of the biggest trends of today are occurring in big data, servers and mobile technology. Each of these trends has had a huge impact on marketing and sales.
Need to increase sales? Afraid of missing sales goals, but not really sure how to get consistent traction on them? Last year I had this problem. Every month, or quarter, or even year, I would write down a sales goal. It would end up scribbled in a notebook, and even sometimes entered into the CRM. […]
There is a huge difference between the products and services you sell and the business….that you are really in. People only come to you for one of three reasons:
How many sales efforts do you know of that don’t claim to be about selling “value”?
I had been invited to attend a staff meeting of one of my clients last week…So…while I was sitting back in silence…which for those who know me will find that hard to believe…listening to the buzz around the topic under discussion…the Price of the stock.
I lose count of how many times I hear the saying “you get 80% of your revenue from 20% of your customers” and I have almost always heard it in the context of Account Managers or Sales Mangers justifying the time spent on their biggest customers.