News and Articles About Referrals
Don't let recruiting mistakes cost your bottom line.
Referrals are not only the least expensive customers to acquire, but they are also typically the easiest to close.
While you shouldn't apologize for being a product of your selfish instincts, you need to be aware of them when networking for new business.
It pays to be nice because what goes around really does come around.
It's a rare business that launches with all the money it needs. Happily, you can get by with just what you have.
Sales and marketing have the same goal, to increase revenue. Isn't it time they worked together?
When it comes to building your brand, how you spend your money is at least as important as how much money you spend.
While you can't create a carbon copy of another business's referral program and expect the same results, you can learn a lot by studying some of their components and strategies.
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When selling to highly competitive or secretive industries customer referrals can be hard to come by but that doesn't make your company second-rate by any measure.
Implementing a referral process sounds simple in theory, but it's easier said than done. Here are the challenges -- or better put, the excuses -- that can derail your best referral intentions.
Earning a client's trust sometimes requires putting their long-term interests ahead of your own short term interests.
If you're looking to expand your company with a talented employee base, leveraging referrals is the first step to finding and enticing the best candidates.
Giving referrals is one of the best ways to start getting referrals.
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