Heart@Work

Blog URL:http://heartatworkonline.org
Blog Tags:socialmedia, Linkedin, Twittertools, inbound, collaboration, community, marketing, social
Country:United States
State/Province:Arizona
Location:Sedona

Social Media Jam - Twitter, Linkedin, Blogging and inbound marketing



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Heart@Work RSS It seems when it comes to customer loyalty is it dead? Some people think it’s just meeting the sales quota and don’t worry about having repeat business. What is customer loyalty? According to a number of strategies to incre...

Heart@Work RSS How to turn your rolodex into money, wow you could make a lot of money. The problem is likely you don’t know how to do it, this page will tell you how. The second problem is that is takes a bit of time and effort to create relati...

Heart@Work RSS Are you showing up? Would you do business with an individual who has NO photo on their Linkedin profile? Let us know or why not. This question was asked by a member of Inbound Marketers. This has been a rule of mine when managing group...

Heart@Work RSS You’ve joined Alignable, now what? You got your account set up, except that you haven’t filled your profile and you are wondering how to use the platform? Join me, as I help you onboard I have spoken to so many people, even the...

Heart@Work RSS What makes you referrable is when you are memorable enough to your customers they feel that you care enough for them = Customer Happiness. How are you getting referrals now? Networking gives us an opportunity to explore, build relation...

Creating a new you

on Dec 20, 2017 in: Blog, Marketing

Heart@Work RSS Creating a new you is about “Branding U.”Since 2018 is just around the corner, it’s a great time to make a plan in your promotional and marketing efforts. We all know that if you Google Branding, it will tell you it&#...

Heart@Work RSS How would you like to have more referrals? It’s a question that most business owners and sales people would like to have more of. The problem with not having enough referrals is because people aren’t memorable enough or hav...