“The truth is out there.”
For this column, I want to focus on the shortening those important meetings that have to be held. It may be a challenge to both cut the number of meetings and their length at the same time. With fewer meetings, you might feel pressure to make the remaining meetings longer to make up for it, but that is a huge mistake.
Time on the clock is money. In meetings, that compounds. If you have a meeting of a half dozen or more people, one hour-long meeting can cost your organization hundreds of dollars. If it’s a meeting of the executive staff, thousands. If you halve not only the number but also the length of meetings, you’ll save a lot of company time and money for better uses.
Here are five tested ideas for how to get out of those meetings faster…
Nowadays, reviews matter more than ever. In fact, over 85% of U.S. adults say they trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations.
At HubSpot, we know reviews are important for driving leads to our product in the first place. But we’re starting to recognize the importance of reviews at the end of a buyer’s journey, as well.
Review websites rank super well on Google for purchase-intent software terms we care about, like “crm software”, “best crm software” and “crm systems”.
People searching for terms like these are ready to buy CRM software and as a result, are highly likely to turn into customers.
Want to increase page likes on Facebook?
Are you capitalizing on the page preview shown when users hover on your page name on Facebook?
In this article, you’ll discover how to optimize your Facebook page preview to boost likes and bring new fans on board.
If you have an online business or an email list that you communicate with, you’ve probably heard the rumblings around the internet about the EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation (let’s just call it GDPR, shall we?). This new regulation goes into effect May 25, 2018, and in an effort to understand what it is, what it means to online marketers, and what we need to take action on, I’ve invited Bobby Klinck, an intellectual property attorney, to help us navigate all things GDPR. Bobby is not only an attorney, but he is an entrepreneur himself, so he really has his finger on the pulse of what online entrepreneurs need to do to protect themselves.
Let’s dive in and figure this all out!
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QUESTION: “Reluctantly” dipping my toes into Instagram for our PS-8 school, and getting pressure from Advancement to use it for soliciting for Annual Fund and other fundraisers. Most of our followers are our (under age 13) students. Recommendations?
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