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3 Client Questions Your Website Homepage Should Answer

To help you out, we’ve come up with 3 key questions that you should answer to capture your potential clients' so they know you’re so right for them.

Your homepage is really going to be the first impression that people have of not only your business, but your brand, your services, and what they think of you. Start thinking of your website’s homepage as the absolute best customer service representative or sales associate you have ever hired.

She is that smiling face in your storefront, the one who makes your clients and customers feel immediately at ease. She is the employee who keeps your customers coming back for more, simply because she creates an atmosphere of welcoming and knowledgeable support.

But, what is your must-have content for a website homepage? You want this content to be the very best it can possibly be, especially if your visitors never go much farther than that homepage!

To help you out, we’ve come up with 3 key questions that you should answer to capture your potential clients’ attention so they know you’re so right for them.
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3 Affordable Email Marketing Services You Might Not Know

Mailchimp can become rather expensive for your small business needs. Here are the alternatives to Mailchimp that you might not already know!

Finding a low-cost yet powerful newsletter service for your small business can be somewhat of a challenge. When we just started out with Bluchic, Mailchimp was the first email marketing service we used. Their service was perfect for us since the free option – for up to 2,000 subscribers and send 12,000 emails per month – could do exactly what needed to get our feet off the ground.

Then, we had more subscribers, which was a good problem to have. We had more people to email and market our feminine WordPress themes. But as we surpassed the free plan limit, we had to upgrade our plan with Mailchimp. We looked at the prices for upgrading, at $50 per month for 5,000 subscribers, it can become rather expensive. That’s when we decided to switch from Mailchimp and look for a better alternative.

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The Sales Process Which Made My Client $15,000 Extra Dollars In One Month

This is a guest post by Nadia Finer from Little Voice, Big Business.

Selling is something that many of my clients have a lot of trouble with and I have also had some issues in the past. You might find yourself having a nice chat with someone about their problems, give them a bit of advice and then off they trot onwards with their life.

And there you are left thinking doh! That could have been the perfect client for me but I didn’t tell them about x or y.

If this sounds like you then you are not alone and what I am about to share could revolutionise this process for you.

Nadia’s no-stress guide to sales conversions

One of my clients used this technique and made an extra $15,000 dollars in sales in her first month. That is not an over exaggeration. In this article, I am going to give away 5 of the 7 step process. For the full process check out my free business podcast episode: Nadia’s no-stress guide to sales conversions.

Nadia Finer’s seven-step sales process for ramping up your sales fast

Step One – Say a friendly hello
This is the easy bit – just say hello. Start the conversation very top level and find out how your potential client is. Don’t mention anything about your products or the challenges your client might be having just find out how they are doing.

Step Two – The big dream & vision
Find out what your potential clients big vision is. Where are they heading? How do they picture their future? This is really important because you need to know where they want you to take them!

Step Three – What is the vision or dream tied to
Every big dream and vision is underpinned by their why. Why is it that they want to achieve this dream? Is it that they want to spend more time with their family? Or is it that they want to pack their bags and jet off around the world? You need to discover what their motivation is for going for this dream.

Step Four – The challenge and urgency
Now your task is to find out what is stopping them. What is the challenge and reason they haven’t achieved their vision? It is also important at this stage to find out how their sense of urgency. If they are happy to keep going as things are they are unlikely to want to work with you! So find out how quickly they want this challenge solved.

Step Five – The emotion
Ask them how it would feel if they had this challenge solved. If they could move through what is holding them back and get to their end goal. This will allow them to connect with their emotions which helps them to understand the value of what you have to offer.

At this stage, we haven’t even go to your products or service yet. These 5 stages are really important to make sure that you are really aligned with what your potential clients vision is and how you can help them get there.

I’m not going to reveal the whole process here but you can listen to step 6 + 7 on my free business podcast. As well as find some extra details about the first steps you shouldn’t miss. Whether you hop on over or not, good luck and may extra sales come your way after reading this strategy.

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Nadia Finer is a business coach specialising in strategy and support for female entrepreneurs. She helps women like you to step into their own unique awesomeness and GO BIG IN BUSINESS.

Pinterest | More Than Just A Pretty Place

Pinterest is more than just a pretty place to pin images to your business boards. We suggest these five simple steps to integrate Pinterest constructively into your business website or blog.Pinterest is more than just a pretty place to pin images to your business boards. We suggest these five simple steps to integrate Pinterest constructively into your business website or blog.

Do you feel like it’s a little bit of a business cheat spending time on Pinterest instead of doing something “constructive”? Most of us female entrepreneurs are drawn to Pinterest thanks to the chic, feminine and inspiring images and yes, we often use it as a bit of an escape from the business building.

But Pinterest is more than just a pretty place to pin images to your business boards. It’s a great, functional platform that can serve your business and brand if used constructively to drive traffic to your website, which can increase your engagement and also help build your social media following.

Wondering where to begin now that you’ve learnt how to Pin? We suggest these five simple steps to integrate Pinterest constructively into your business website or blog.

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Perfect Pricing Tips From Little Voice, Big Business

Pricing is a key issue when it comes to making your business soar. Charge too much & you can scare off your clients. Charge too little & you devalue your service. Check out this perfect pricing tips!

This is a guest post by Nadia Finer, a business coach specialising in strategy and support for female entrepreneurs. She helps women like you to step into their own unique awesomeness and GO BIG IN BUSINESS.

Perfect pricing – it’s neither an art nor a science, but a combination of awareness and gut instinct, with perhaps the occasional punch thrown in. More of that later.

Pricing is a key issue when it comes to making your business soar. Charge too much and you can scare off your clients. Charge too little and you devalue your services and – let’s be honest – cheapen yourself. When your palms are sweating and you desperately want to finalise the sale for which you’ve worked so long and hard, that’s the moment at which you might be tempted to lower your price.

Stop!

You can avoid this by good planning long before you’re sitting or speaking with your client.

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