For many marketers 2020 and beyond has changed almost every part of their job. From moving to an overwhelming amount of digital marketing to engaging customers via virtual meetings, the workflow and engagements of marketing have changed forever. Although, many transformations have been made the array of sophisticated technology solutions available to help marketers has flourished.
For every business there comes a time when you need to consider outsourcing some of your operations, even if they are things you can do. After running businesses for years, and trying to accomplish all of the tasks in house we would run in to obstacles, lack the time, energy, and would put things off for too long.
Many individuals have written articles on their New Year’s Predictions filled with enthusiasm for the future. Although, many leading experts write New Year’s predictions, many partners have traditionally ignored them. This year, Howard Cohen takes a new spin on the traditional New Years predictions as he chats with us about what he has “seen over the past several years which has been gradual but tremendous change in the way
In today’s economic climate it is hard to find talent, however, MSPs are reporting that it is even harder to find talented sales people. Although sales positions have been around for hundreds of years, the job has not stayed the same and has become more complex with the fast paced society we live in.
Over the past decade the world of technology has changed, morphed, and been turned upside down with many MSP’s learning they need to change their service model to be more of a proactive service model instead of a reactive service model. In order to be more proactive the management of internal tools in your toolbelt becomes one of your most important assets in efficiency in running your businesses.
Since most of the world has been living virtually many companies are increasingly using webinars to host virtual events, lectures, presentations and training events. Although, many companies are leveraging virtual meetings and trainings to deliver content they are making the mistake of approaching these events as one-off events. The fact is that the materials from these webinars contain highly educational content that can be used in so many different ways.
To say customer satisfaction is important to your business is an understatement. Imagine if you came into work, and found out that half your customers left for your competitor. If that does not make you start to sweat just thinking about revenue, acquisition costs, payroll and more I am not sure what will. Sustaining a customer can be hard work, as each customers needs are unique.