Sending emails is something most of us have to do on a daily basis. In fact, in 2017, the average office worker received 121 emails and sent out 40, every day. When you work in sales, this number might be even higher.
For some people, starting the email might seem like the hardest part, with most of their time and energy focused on the body of the email. Which leaves the sign-off as the part a lot of people overlook.
Instead of putting some thought into it, most of us simply say, “Thanks” or ...
With the winter break fast approaching not only are you likely juggling your school workload with a part-time job, but now there are holiday parties starting up, gift shopping to do, and the excitement of knowing the term is almost done!
Before you get totally swept up in the hustle of the holidays, here are a few tips on how to stay focused before the winter break.
Stick to a Schedule
The end of a school term is usually the busiest with all of your big assignments starting at once, and final...
When you’re buried in textbooks, juggling projects and prepping for exams, the only thing that might be keeping you going is knowing that you’ll have an entire month off soon! All you have to do is get through these last few weeks, and then you can finally breathe.
As much as party-hopping, sleeping in, or working extra hours sounds like the best way to spend the winter break, it’s a good idea to plan how you can get ahead over the winter break.
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Want to find new content ideas for your blog? As a new or experienced blogger, it can be challenging to think of content ideas on a consistent basis. In this post, we'll share where to find blog content ideas (including 11 places you never thought to look).
Whether you’re new to blogging or you’ve been doing it for years, you know that creating content consistently is key to success.
Yet, like so many bloggers, you find yourself struggling to generate new content ideas.
It’s OK– we’ve all bee...
An effective sales territory plan can make your team more productive, improve customer coverage, increase overall sales, and reduce costs.
On the other hand, unbalanced territory plans and constant changes in territory division can hurt productivity, as well as working relationships between clients and account managers.
That’s why it’s so important to work on your territory management strategy, whether you’re just starting one, or updating an existing plan.
What is a sales territory plan?
You need sales to maintain or grow your business no matter what industry you’re in. One of the most effective ways to reach your target audience and make those sales are through strategic email marketing.
However, investing your time and energy into your email marketing efforts alone is not enough; you need to be strategic in what you write, when you send it, and crafting the right call-to-action, amongst other things.
There are a lot of variables that go into an effective sales email. That’s...
Instagram stories are one of my favourite features on Instagram! Since they added them, I’ve been obsessed, often losing myself in other people’s day-to-day lives.
While this might sound like a time-suck, I like to limit my time on Instagram. But, the reason I love Instagram stories is because I’ve found a lot of great inspiration on them, from new recipes, top news stories, DIY hacks, fashion trends, and more.
As an online influencer, Instagram stories are another great way to connect with y...
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While removing wallpaper from drywall isn't always the most interesting or easiest DIY project, it's one that most people should be able to do themselves. Here's a basic tutorial to make removing wallpaper from drywall as painless as possible.
Before you start to remove the actual wallpaper, make sure you remove all artwork, curtains, and outlet covers. Clear the wall of any decoration or hardware that will interfere with the process. Empty the room of furniture, or at least push it away from...
Many homeowners are faced with the same problem: not being able to afford their dream home. In our fragile economy, we're faced with sky high housing prices, which means we might need to choose homes that need a little TLC. While renovating your house can be an exciting project, what happens when your kitchen remodel needs to be put on hold? When your funds are limited, you might have to settle for a few simple DIYs to tide you over until you can do better. These small projects can tide you o...