Going Mobile: Going Social

A company is only as strong as its weakest customer relationship and mobile and social media are the perfect platforms to strengthen these relationships. By harnessing the power of the mobile platform, mobile users can make phone calls, send a tweet or fire off a text. Mobile users can IM a friend, “like” a business, surf the net, hail a cab, upload a blog, download a vlog, listen to a song, shoot a video, make a check deposit, play a game, shop online, shop offline (with a mobile coupon), check-in to a retail store, check out of a hotel, find a business’s location or even track down a lost mobile phone. Mobile users can communicate with their friends via hold-to-talk voice messaging, they can stream their content feeds via one-to-many messages, share photos, videos, contacts, or broadcast their location. With today’s mobile phone, making a voice call is almost the least important of its multitude of functions. Customer persona, Today, mobile apps, mobile banking, mobile commerce, mobile chat and mobile gaming have revolutionized the way people do business, seek entertainment and gamble. Mobile commerce has now evolved into what has become known as “omni-commerce”, a seamless approach to selling that puts the shoppers experience first and foremost, giving that shopper access through multiple channels. Mobile marketing via Bluetooth, OTT, SMS, MMS, CSC or QR codes has become some of the most effective marketing available, while social media has turned the normal channels of marketing on its head. By accessing the Web through a wireless connection, mobile users can now surf the Internet almost as easily as if they were using a PC. Photos and videos can be uploaded seconds after they are shot, then shared with the most intimate of friends or the most distant of peoples with little more than the touch of a button. Connected via a Natural User Interface (NUI) applications like Apple’s SIRI, Speaktoit’s Assistant and Microsoft’s Tellme services, mobile devices can become talking personal assistants that understand normal speech and connect to a vast world of data that can turn a mobile phone into a verbal business location finder, a weather reporter, an encyclopedia, an appointment maker, an email sender, and much, much more. The mobile platform is so robust and it holds so much promise that if a marketing executive had been asked to dream up the perfect device to connect to, market to and sell its company’s products and/or services to its customers and potential customers, he could hardly have come up with something more superior to it. One of mobile’s best features is its ability to cross-pollinate the marketing message through several mediums, which include social media and I will expound upon this throughout the book.

Snapchat For Entrepreneurs: While any business is going to take a huge amount of marketing to get off the ground, starting a business on a budget limits your options.

While any business is going to take a huge amount of marketing to get off the ground, starting a business on a budget limits your options.
That’s why a lot of business owners turn to free channels such as social media.
But they often ignore Snapchat.
Which is crazy, because it’s a great way to have a personal
Snapchat is one of the best ways any business owner is going to have to connect personally with their customer base. Not many other options allow you to get into the hands of your customers, and have them take a physical action to see your messages. That small step can help to increase conversions by making it seem voluntary for your customers to see your message.
An an entrepreneur the opportunity to connect with your audience is an amazing one.
Snapchat can allow you to ask your audience questions, figure out what problems they are having and market to them at a very personal and custom level.
But because very few businesses are using Snapchat, there is a huge opportunity to benefit from it. But this also means there aren’t many people to learn from.
However, I’ve been doing this for many years and have been through the ups and downs.
….which is why I put together a guide to share my tips to help you use Snapchat in a more effective way.

Real Estate Sales Success: How to Become the Neighbourhood Expert: Going Beyond Traditional Real Estate Prospecting, Farming and Lead Generation Strategies

Learn specific strategies and techniques to become a neighborhood expert and build a successful, six figure real estate business. In this guide, John shares the techniques he and his clients have used to become successful at building a real estate sales business from having no presence in a specific area to earning over six figures in GCI (gross commission income). You can do this by focusing on a neighborhood and developing a strong community presence.

You’ll learn:

– How to pick a profitable neighborhood to build up as your core of business

– Ways to grow from a newbie real estate agent to becoming an authority and leader

– What you can do to set yourself apart from your competitors and get more listings

– Going from zero presence in an area to being the go-to neighborhood expert

– Specific techniques to build a ‘lead generation’ platform to generate more business

– An easy to follow eight week start-up program that will ensure your presence is known in any area

– Ideas on how to take social media marketing to the next level and build more relationships

– The one most important ‘asset’ you really own in your real estate business (it’s not what you might think it is)

– How to grow your business exponentially without knocking on doors or making cold calls

Reading this strategy guide will empower you to take your real estate sales and marketing to a higher level. The ideas, concepts and techniques are very practical and John takes a hands-on approach to guide you in building your real estate business.

If you’re a new real estate agent, this is the perfect startup guide to help you start building a thriving business. It will require a lot of hard work, and at least three to six months of your time and commitment, but it will be worth it as you build a long lasting legacy.

If you’re already a real estate agent but struggling to build a business with consistent income, use these strategies to solidify your marketing system. You’ll learn how to consistently market to your neighborhood of choice and position yourself as the expert. This will give you a consistent, predictable stream of income as long as you’re willing to put the time, money and effort into it.

Business: Start-Up: 31 Steps to Start a Business: From Finding Your Passion to Going Out There to Do It, This Ultimate Guide Will Help You Figure Out the Steps to Build Your Own Business and Future

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Going Back To Work: A Survival Guide for Comeback Moms


Essential information and strategies for recharging a career or starting a new one.

The most comprehensive resource for any woman thinking about taking the plunge back into the workforce.

Women who left their careers to raise children-whether just for the toddler years or until the nest is empty-face economic and emotional challenges when deciding to go back to work. Going Back to Work is a rich trove of data and ideas to ease what can be a tough transition. Quigley and Kaufman have zeroed in on strategies that succeeded for women who have gone back to work, and frame the key questions involved in making the decision. Inside this book, you’ll learn how to:

–Explain that big gap on the resume
–Understand that there may be no “perfect moment” to go back and why
–Recharge an abandoned career or start anew
–Find work with flexibility
–Face family challenges when mommy’s role changes
–Say no to a new boss
–Negotiate everything from salary to flextime

Based on a national survey of 1,000 women and dozens of personal interviews, Going Back to Work is the ultimate coping guide to gearing up your career.