Tim Priebe is the owner of T&S Online Marketing and the author of not one, but THREE books! Tim is all about helping business owners and social media managers with their content. From blog posts to status updates, T&S Online Marketing can help you! Tim also knows that not everyone is currently in a place to invest monetarily in social media management. That’s where his books come in! From ideas to keep you blogging for a year, to status update ideas, to a complete online marketing mindshift, Tim’s books will get you active in social media, thereby growing your client base and helping to position yourself as the expert in your field. Join Shannon Whittington with Brainstorming to Book Sales …Continue Reading
Hey everybody, it’s Jeff Demers, host of “The Motivated Mindset” podcast on Heroes Media Group, and host of the new video series on IGTV and Youtube called “Marketing From The Road.” In today’s article, I’m going to discuss how you outsell your competition even if you have the same product.
When I’m coaching on sales and marketing, I often receive a similar question…..
“How do I compete when the market is flooded already?”
And the answer is very simple. You just have to turn your product into an offer. You need to figure out a way to set yourself apart from the competition. Now, this strategy can and will work with any type of product that you’re selling. It doesn’t …Continue Reading
If you’re struggling while starting out in your business, chances are it’s because you have not locked down your target market. Also called a “niche,” a target market is a mirror of your ideal customers avatar. It’s the exact person that your product is created for. Of course it can be for multiple people, but when you’re advertising or marketing, then you should always write or create your ads, Facebook posts, Twitter tweets, Instagram posts…..etc.., as if you’re talking to your ultimate, ideal customer. There is a saying that I’ve heard multiple times as a young entrepreneur, and that is that “when you’re trying to sell to everyone, you’re ineffectively trying to sell to no-one. Because not everyone wants or …Continue Reading