Proactive Strategies For You To Use When Sales Are Down
2002 Herman Drost
Have you been unable to focus
on marketing your business, since the terrorist attacks?
Have sales been down for the past few weeks.
What can you do?
Well, you can't just sit on your behind and just hope that
things will magically change and money will come rolling in.
It's time to take the proactive approach, focus on what you
are doing with your time and plan it out.
1. Create a marketing plan for this
week - you don't have to take days or weeks to
create one - just take the next ten minutes and create a
list of 7 strategies you can use to promote your business in
the next few weeks.
2. Take one strategy and DO it this
week - the important thing is to take one
different strategy each week and DO it.
3. Track your results, to see what
works the best.
4. Evaluate your results
- after one month you will have a good idea what is the best
method. You can then put more time and money into this
successful strategy - you will then feel great that you have
made progress and are achieving your goals.
Here are 7 proactive
strategies you can do each week to navigate your way to
success. It only took 10 minutes to write them down.
1. Write an article for publication. Submit it to
article announcement lists, ezine publishers.
2. Add the article as a new page to your web site.
Optimize the page for submission to search engines. Submit
the page to the major search engines.
Plans from $30/Year