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Everyone knows about it, but hardly anyone does it well. It's time to change your approach to word-of-mouth marketing.
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To get your direct-mail message across, you have to start out with the right names.
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Don't join the ranks of miserable complainers. Instead, use this time to improve your networking skills.
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Offering several payment options and loyalty programs will attract customers to your business.
If you create a process that works, you can repeat that process for quicker sales.
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In the car, at home, at the beach: Find customers wherever they are by advertising on the radio.
Your brand has left the list of must-haves and is headed toward the list of things people wouldn't be caught dead with. How do you turn it around?
All's fair in love and war. Go ahead, woo your rivals' clients.
No matter what your budget, spreading the word about your local service business is within your power. All it takes is a little planning.
Keep these points in mind when you have to renegotiate a deal.
As with any business opportunity, proceed with caution.
Calculating each customer's value will help you determine where to focus your energies.
Part two in a three-part series: how to determine what your market wants and give it to them
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