We could not be more pleased to announce today that Devon Petersmeyer Johnson will be joining HourlyNerd as Director of Marketing.
The Catalant Blog Blog
Three invaluable lessons from a first generation American, World War II veteran who ran a stall at a flea market outside of Los Angeles. “I learned just as much from watching him work as I did in private equity at Bain Capital and Goldman Sachs.”
What does it take to be a good salesperson? You see, sales talent has less to do with personality and relationship building than most realize. Here’s thoughts from a Harvard Professor.
Most brainstorming or strategy development sessions generate a massive number of business opportunities. The trouble is that we can realistically only go after a small fraction of them. Here’s three methods that works best.
Unless you’ve been living in a cave (without an internet connection) you are probably aware that the price of gasoline has dropped well below $3.00 per gallon. Why has it dropped and what can small business do to ensure it’s not adversely affected?
Have you ever pondered the saying, “six degrees of separation” and questioned why we don’t refer our friend’s cousin’s brother’s wife as a connection rather than a separation? Here are steps to firm up your “six degrees of connection” network.
The “Minimally Viable” principle can be usefully applied to your marketing efforts as well. Social media is a great, inexpensive MVM tool to apply before, during and after the launch of a product. Here’s one way to look at this process.
iCracked is an interesting company with a great story. In 4 years the company has grown to a legitimate business with $15 million in revenue in 2014. The service is smart but the interesting part is the business model.
Customer satisfaction is a key goal for all organizations. Beyond the core tenets of delivering customer value, there are other ways to “surprise and delight” customers. Here are some examples to give your customer service a boost.