Here are some of the great books available to you as E-books
How To Get A Top Google Ranking For Your Business
How To Get A Top Google Ranking And Much More Business (For Free) With A Google Business Listing
Having your own Google Local Business account is important for every single small business. It gives you free exposure online where it counts – in Google search results and in Google Maps – and helps you get found; connect with your customers and promote your business.
After reading this eBook you will be able to:
- Get a higher Google ranking on search and maps
- Post specials and updates about your business – which show in search results
- Increase sales and branding from increased exposure
Conquer Your Email Overload: Superb Tips and Tricks for Busy People
Ease your pain. Enhance your gain. Focusing on Outlook 2010 -2016
Learn how to:
- Have your emails automatically: Read, sorted, files, answered, forwarded, deleted.
- Turn contacts into a stunning marketing database
- Cut at least ½ an hour a day off working in your inbox
- Never forget to follow up again
- Wonderful tips for Contacts, Tasks, Calendar
What’s more, if you’re in business you’ll love the added strategies to improve your marketing and email prowess. The time saving tips will absolutely claw back hours wasted in your inbox. You’ll pump up your personal productivity. In fact this is a book that everyone uses email should have!Download an Excerpt
Make Your Database Your Goldmine
Don’t let your customer information just sit there. Turn it into a goldmine and learn how you can easily profit from it and increase your level of customer service.
No matter where you put your data to sleep at night (i.e. what database you use) you can instantly copy it into Excel and work with it to create marvelous targeted mailing lists, add/delete information and do wonderful maintenance tricks.
Further with the great screen shots and clear instructions you’ll learn masses of tricks to shave hours you normally waste working with your data.Download an Excerpt
101 Quick Tips: Effective Communication
Want to be more memorable and persuasive?
Whether you’re talking to a client, writing an email or just entertaining over the dinner table, you have to know and practice essential techniques for getting your message across. Debbie is a bestselling author, columnist, media commentator and one of the most successful, sought-after speakers at business conferences around the world. Debbie’s tips are supplemented with great advice from well-known writers, presenters, speaking coaches and other business leaders.
With 101 Quick Tips: Effective Communication, you’ll learn how to be an unforgettable storyteller, negotiator and conversationalist!Download an Excerpt
101 Quick Tips: Create a Great Customer Experience
Do you want more sales, referrals and repeat business? Then you need this book!
Whether you’re self employed; own or run a business in the trades, retail, services, or financial sector; manufacture products, or grow produce; rely on tourism, foot traffic or subscribers for sales – you have customers.
You won’t want to miss these 101 tips to place your head and shoulders above the crowd to build customer loyalty, word of mouth, and profits.Download an Excerpt
101 Quick Tips: Surviving the Kids
Do you juggle a busy family home and career? Are you a multi-tasking parent / grandparent with 101 demands on your time?
Does parenting ever get so on top of you that you feel you’re struggling to keep your sanity?
With nine children between them and busy careers, let Debbie and Mary Lambie use their experience to make this practical little book a goldmine of solutions for you.
- Handy home hints
- How-to’s for better balance between work and home
- Ideas for kids and holidays
- Technology tips
- Making that all elusive time for yourself
SURVIVING THE KIDS has something for everyone
Co-Author Mary Lambie is best known as the former host of TV One’s Good Morning show. She is mother to Grace (4) and twins Jack and Elizabeth (2), and is married to Jim Mora. While based primarily at home with her children she continues to work as a freelance writer, columnist, radio and TV presenter.Download an Excerpt