Your Business Quick Tip Alert from Debbie Mayo-Smith
Vol 17 No#146 – 20th February 2018
- Google Searching Quick Tip
- Book Now: How To Win More Business. Find New Clients
- How to Turn Your Phone Into A Magnifying Glass
- Help People Remember Your Name
- Don’t Ignore Outlook Tasks
Reading something online? Want more information? When in Chrome, highlight any text and right click it.
When: 20 March. 1:00 PM NZDT; 11:00 AEDT
Duration: 45 Minutes
Cost: $50 for an individual; $100 for three; four to 15 – $200
Whom: Anyone involved in sales, marketing, business owners and individuals interested in improving their communication. Please share this webinar information with your colleagues.
Objective: You will learn easy, yet stunningly awesome ways and means to deepen existing client relationships; find spot on new business leads and improve your success winning new business.
You’ll learn an exciting range of technology and expert communication tips that have a significant impact on growing income and will give you a strong competitive advantage.
Five Great Learning Outcomes:
- New way to find information about your clients and prospects to strengthen and enhance relationships
- How to find perfect and exact leads for your business
- How to vividly demonstrate value
- How to improve your written proposals, marketing material and website.
- Secrets to create great stories, testimonials and case studies
Find Out More Here – How to Win More Business
Have trouble reading tiny text? Here are two helpful hints.
- For any phone – take a photo and then of course zoom in on it.
- If you have an iPhone, there’s a handy magnifier feature you might not know about.
Tap Settings > General > Accessibility > Magnifier > turn on the Magnifier switch >Triple-click the Home button and aim your iPhone’s camera lens. Use the slider control to boost or reduce the magnification.
Tap the flash button for some extra light (and of course you can take a snapshot) When done, press the Home button to exit.
Do you put your “To Do’s” and Reminders in your Calendar? Instead, why not give Tasks a run? I use it intensively for my follow ups and reminders – three important examples:
- Important emails sent that require a response
- Following up on outstanding proposals
- Reminders to make periodic relationship phone calls
However it’s a fabulous tool for working within teams because you can assign a task to someone. It will be emailed to them. Then they can keep you up to date on the status, percentage completed and more. You can view your Tasks by whom their assigned to and when you set a date, it will prompt you when it is due.