Sir Richard Branson, survival expert Bear Grylls, Harvard Business School professor Anita Elberse and former Vice President Al Gore impressed during Inspiration 360. They gave powerful insights in their worlds of groundbreaking entrepreneurship, determination and perseverance. All while slowly spinning around on a massive lit up stage supported by interactive video content on huge screens and top musical entertainment in the Ziggo Dome.
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We want to send a big thank you to everyone who participated in our Inspiration360 Ticket Raffle and helped make it a success. The winners of the tickets to Inspiration360 at the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam have been drawn. Continue reading to see if you have won…
People buy from and do business with people…(it’s as simple as that). This is especially true when it comes to building an audience for your blog and relationships with your readers. I am not sure why it took me years to figure this out, but hey, I guess as the saying goes, it’s better late than never.
As a business owner, your website is where you want your audience to go. Here they can find out more about how you can help them solve their problems or achieve their vision. New graphics, new contact info, new pricing, added services or new products can cause an immediate need to update your website.
Does your website need a makeover? Ask yourself the following three questions. It should give you a good idea of whether or not your site could do with a revamp.
Over a billion people use some form of social media on a regular basis. How many ways do you currently have to expose your products or services to over a billion people? The possibilities are endless when it comes to social media. There’s simply no better method of gaining valuable exposure. If you’re smart about your social media practices, you’ll be able to convert your followers into buyers. When your number of potential followers is so large, think about how many conversions that may lead to.
I remember the first time I traveled abroad and how difficult it was to get in touch with my friends and family. In fact, it was pretty much a quick email if I had a chance to find an Internet cafe. Thankfully, those days are over.
Everyone has to start somewhere. If you’re new to marketing, you’ll soon discover that you cannot simply go out and buy a box of perfect salespeople. The foundation of a business depends upon the sales team – without them, you’ll have no revenue. You can’t afford too many missteps or a lot of trial and error in this process. If you want your business to grow, you’ll need to get a great sales team as quickly as possible. Sometimes, an aggressive approach is the best one.
It can be difficult for a pure brick and mortar businesses (if any still exist) to transition to a digital environment. But it doesn’t have to be. Think of the process as digitizing your business to reach people in a different environment more effectively. Take all of the things that draw customers to your physical location, and offer them online.
I recently moved back to Curaçao, a tiny island in the Caribbean where I grew up. Before, I was living in Belo Horizonte, Brazil from where I managed to get some amazing partners on-board for our last conference in Amsterdam.
This experience of managing to organize our biggest and best conference to date and bringing together 20,000 people from all over the world for a week long Tech festival with a remote team made me realize that with the correct tools and tricks, remote working can be super productive and beneficial.
You know that I am a sucker for tech tools and stuff right? Well, some time ago, a good friend of mine Fabrizio Van Marciano of Magnet4Blogging.net introduced me to a WordPress plugin that would completely change the way I generate leads, create my sales pages, build landing pages and practically any type of landing page for my blog.
That WordPress Plugin is none other than Thrive Content Builder. Alrighty, fair warning as things are about to get a little techie now.