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This week on The World of Internet Marketing, host Jonathan Goodman discusses the importance of client discovery. This is the survey given to new clients to better understand their needs and wants. Jonathan explores the four segments of the Halyard Consulting discovery document but stops short of any boring list of questions.
How do you master the art of Client Conversion - taking your contacts and making them customers? Are you struggling to convert prospects to clients? Discover some of the top ways you may be turning potential clients off and learn what you can do to increase your conversion tate and start getting more sales from your social media efforts. Join us on July 29th at 10amPT/1pmET and LIVE on your time in archive as Janice Clark shares just how to make this happen. Be sure to join us for The Social Media Help Not Hype show here on Word of Mom Radio - the show for Mompreneurs - the NEW Business Woman.
Janice Clark is the owner of BizMSolutions and is here every other Wednesday with a lunch and learn that takes the gloves off and gets down to showing how to make social media truly work for you and your business. Find out why thousands are tuning in and learning how to work "smarter not harder"!
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Special guest Larry Frazier, joins BluPrint Radio to participate in dialogue about The Client Focused Organization. Listen as he highlights and discusses steps, beginning with defining the client-focus end-state, developing a marketing strategy and designing the organization to implement the strategy.
A member of the BluPrint, LLC training and development team, Larry has more than 20 years of domestic and international experience in leadership development, knowledge management, strategic planning, performance management, organizational change and employee development programs.
He has used his experience in customer relationship management, organizational development, assimilation programs, configuration management, process improvement, business process re-engineering, government contracting, capability maturity models (CMMI) and team facilitation in many capacities during his career and is a certified MBTI (Myers Briggs Type Indicator), DISC and EQi practitioner.
Larry has a Master of Science Quality Systems Management, M.S.,(Specialization: Change Management and Systems Thinking) The National Graduate School, Falmouth Massachusetts; a Master of Public Administration, M.P.A. Troy University, Troy Alabama; a Bachelor of Arts, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland; an Honors Graduate Institute for Ethnic Studies and Race Relations, Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute (DEOMI) and Study of Organizational Ethics, Georgetown University.
Join Christy Demetrakis and her special guest Crystal Sabalaske for "Is your next client or promotion buried under your desk?" If you've ever looked at your desk or walked into your office and wondered where that important phone number is, you need to listen to this episode of the "Sell your Message" radio show.
About Crystal Sabalaske:
Crystal has been featured on HGTV’s show, Mission: Organization and local CN8′s Money Matters, offering Crystal the opportunity to share her many organizing techniques, tips and tricks as a professional organizer on a nationwide basis. Her organizing tips have appeared in several newspapers and magazines, including Family Fun, Philadelphia Home & Garden, Washington Spaces, and Women’s Health and Parenting.
She has managed multi-million dollar projects for international companies such as Right Management Consultants.
She is an active member of the National Association for Professional Organizers (NAPO).
in Self Help
Are you struggling to stand out in a crowded marketplace? Would you like to learn how to be noticed and how to claim your place in today’s market? Whether you are new to the market place or a pro, there is a new paradigm that can change it all.
My guest today is Luke Charlton: The Paradigm Coach. Luke is a business coach and the host of the “Elite Entrepreneur Show”. Luke will be sharing some powerful tips on how to become a successful entrepreneur.
Luke had moved from Australia to London to create new business with no friends, no family, and absolutely no network. Just like any new business, Luke has struggled to get leads, to get clients and to grow his business. He devoted a lot of his time to learn what works and what does not work. And what didn’t work, gave him the edge to create what works.
Luke will share the power of networking and how to access the benefits from other people’s network.
Luke uses his skills as an analyst in his previous 9-5 life, to study and analyze those that had built networks quickly from scratch and been successful.
For more information contact Coach Rea at; http://www.YourLifeNow.info
schdule you free call with Coach Rea at: http://MeetMe.so/CoachRea
Juniper's Bob Dix joins the program for a third time to discuss the way the federal overnment and its agencies acquire IT infrastructure equipment, and how this broken acquisition process can compromise security and lead to the purchase and implementation of counterfeit IT equipment.
in Self Help
Learn to Create a Free Gift, a Workshop with Teresa Maron Contact Me
Attract, Wow and Woo your Ideal Client
Use my Easy System to Create a Free Offer that Delights Your Ideal Client! My Guest Expert Cindy Hide shares how she used my system to create her free gift and 3 part program, contact her and see her free gift at http://www.lovemoneylaw.com/
Your Free gift is today's online business card. It gives you the opportunity to talk directly to your web visitor about your products and services in a way that is unique to you and your brand.
It should be the #1 priority in your online presence.
My Free class is an hour of inspiration, ideas and choices, and then it's up to you! Embrace this opportunity to greet your web visitors with a virtual hug, a refreshing respite, a new idea and a warm thank you!
Your Free Gift should do 3 things.
Give value that intrigues them to know more
Give them a "feel" for your Story
Give them a definite call to action
Hear how one advisor has implemented a client event strategy that has current clients raving, and organically brings in new ones.
Research shows at least 50% of US adults identify themselves as introverted. And according to an article published by Psychology Today 50% of US adults say they are shy. Statistically at least half of your conference attendees will fall into one these two categories.
“Your Client is in the Room: Networking Secrets to Increase Your Confidence & Conference ROI” is built for the 50% who will struggle with making connections and very likely wish they had some kind of training to give them the much needed confidence and tools they need to break out of this cycle.
This interactive breakout session is designed to give several easy to learn networking tools that will help conference attendees gain confidence in their ability to connect, improve their level of professionalism while networking and then leverage the contacts they make after the conference.
Author, networking guru, and Introvert Icon Richard Oceguera brings reverence and a sense of play to making connections. He knows that community is foundational in building business.
And he knows the quiet strength of the introvert. His compassionate philosophy to coaching is simple – Everyone has something to offer; everyone has the right, and the power, to shine.
This former wallflower is now a multi-award winning entrepreneur; the founder of several six-figure businesses; (including a Chamber of Commerce in NYC); the author of Convert Your Community to Cash: Monetize Your Connections; and a national television spokesperson on networking for business professionals.
WordSmitten :: About the Books
Kate Sullivan interviews Pulitzer Prize-winning authors, debut novelists, publishers, and editors. In this segment, Kate interviews Manhattan literary agent Harvey Klinger who talks about his relationships with acquisition editors, clients, and his former boss. He began his publishing career at Doubleday. Instead, he left and worked for a literary agent for eighteen months and began forming his first client list. A two-year stint followed in association with an independent publicist. Harvey created his own independent operation in October, 1977. Harvey Klinger received his M.A. in The Writing Seminars at Johns Hopkins University. Tune in to the fun.
Recent guests include Johnny Temple (Brooklyn's Akashic Books noted for Go the F*** to Sleep), Tom Robbins (Tibetan Peach Pie), and Dani Shapiro (Still Writing).
Pulitzer Prize winning authors Gilbert King (Devil in the Grove), Elizabeth Strout (Olive Kitteridge), Geraldine Brooks (March), and Edward P. Jones (The Known World) have appeared on the About the Books broadcast.
The host and producer of the broadcast is Kate Sullivan, journalist, editor, publisher, and creative writing instructor with WordSmitten Media, Inc. in the seaside town of St. Petersburg, Florida.
The WordSmitten broadcast (About the Books) airs Sunday afternoons at 5 PM Eastern from NYC and features recent interviews with bestselling authors, editors, and literary executives.
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Jim McCoy, North American VP at Manpower Group is the Talent Talk Studio
Jim McCoy joins Technomedia for a discussion about global business development, the state of talent acquisition today, and how we can do it better.
Since 2009, McCoy has been leading the way in RPO North America at Manpower Group. We'll talk about recruitment leadership today and what makes Manpower Group the powerhouse it is.
Join us for an insightful conversation about recruiting in 2014.
Going to the museum can be a great educational experience for your child, or an occasion for tantrums and junk acquisition. Join About.com experts Terri Mauro (Parenting Special Needs), Cathrine Holecko (Family Fitness), and Susan Adcox (Grandparents) as we talk about how to get some culture without going crazy.