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Consistency, customers and conversions Our next stop on the ABCs of Selling is C. C for Consistency. But of course, C also stands for Customer and Conversion. So in this piece I want to take a look at what consistency means, and how consistency delivers more customers...
The third of our five part series on the ABCs of Selling introduces us to “B”.
You’ll hear a lot of people talk these days about “adding value”. But if you listen carefully, very few understand what that means. To really “get” adding value, you need to look at two things.
Here’s my take on how we can use the ABC of Selling acronym, how to engage and start to win customers or add value to the customer’s life.
Business owners have one thing in common. Time. Or more specifically, a complete lack of time for growth.
One of the things that struck me when I began thinking about personal purpose is that it’s not something you can wrap up in borrowed catchphrases. It’s not about your job; it’s about you and what’s unique about you.
E-commerce spend in NZ is tracking at 8.1% of total retail spend and is growing 13x that of retail spend. Worryingly international spend sits at approx. 1/3 of all NZ e-commerce spend and is currently growing faster than domestic spend
We already rely on technology for a lot of basics that had to be done by hand just a decade or two ago. What tasks will technology take over next?
There’s been a lot of hype about the gig economy with a great many experts weighing in on whether it’s the future of employment. But while some say that it’s the wave of the future, others beg to differ. A lot of organizations are talking about increasing their on-demand workforce, but few are planning for it, and even fewer are executing it.