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35 Of Our Most Popular Marketing, Social Media and Website eTips

Top 35 most popular marketing, social media and website eTips

For several years now, we have been posting eTips on our Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn social media channels. To celebrate a brand new year, here is a list of the most popular eTips.

Feel free to share your favourites to your social media followers! Enjoy!

    1. eTip: Make it clear what action you want visitors to take next on your website… Include an action for several levels of commitment like a free assessment, low cost trial session, find out more, or click to buy now.

      eTip: Make it clear what action you want visitors to take next on your website... Include an action for several levels of commitment like a free assessment, low cost trial session, find out more, or click to buy now.

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    2. eTip: Bump your site higher in the search engine results by updating your site regularly. Google loves fresh content.

      Bump your site higher in the search engine results by updating your site regularly. Google loves fresh content.

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    3. eTip: Engagement through social media helps you by listening to what people say… This can also lead to truly inspired ideas so you can address your audience’s most pressing needs.

      eTip: Engagement through social media helps you by listening to what people say... This can also lead to truly inspired ideas so you can address your audience's most pressing needs.

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    4. eTip: Get creative with your Facebook “About” section by including calls to action and special offers… It’s a clever way to draw attention to your products and services.

      eTip: Get creative with your Facebook "About" section by including calls to action and special offers... It's a clever way to draw attention to your products and services.

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    5. eTip: Spend time nurturing the relationships you have with current blog and social media readers. It’s better to have a small tribe of devoted fans than a big list of casual connections.

      eTip: Spend time nurturing the relationships you have with current blog and social media readers. It's better to have a small tribe of devoted fans than a big list of casual connections.

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    6. eTip: Have you taken the leap to video marketing yet? If you’ve been putting off adding video to your strategy, now’s the time to give it a go. Start with a short video that introduces a product, encourages newsletter sign ups, or offers how-to tips.

      eTip: Have you taken the leap to video marketing yet? If you've been putting off adding video to your strategy, now's the time to give it a go. Start with a short video that introduces a product, encourages newsletter sign ups, or offers how-to tips.

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    7. eTip: Get more customer reviews by setting up an autoresponder asking for their review 2-3 weeks after they purchase the product. Entice them to leave a review by offering to place them in a drawing after they submit their review.

      eTip: Get more customer reviews by setting up an autoresponder asking for their review 2-3 weeks after they purchase the product. Entice them to leave a review by offering to place them in a drawing after they submit their review.

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    8. eTip: Having a quality list of loyal raving fans is far better than a big list of unengaged individuals.

      eTip: Having a quality list of loyal raving fans is far better than a big list of unengaged individuals.

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    9. eTip: Reward people for being in your social media community by giving them insider information and discounts only available through your social media platforms. It makes them feel special.

      eTip: Reward people for being in your social media community by giving them insider information and discounts only available through your social media platforms. It makes them feel special.

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    10. eTip: No one likes a bragger – it turns people off. Instead, show your scars and challenges – it makes you much more attractive to connect with.

      eTip: No one likes a bragger - it turns people off. Instead, show your scars and challenges - it makes you much more attractive to connect with.

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    11. eTip: Make your eBook go viral by allowing others to distribute it on THEIR website for free. Then offer an ADDITIONAL freebie in the book that readers can claim from YOUR website so you can capture their email and build your list.

      eTip: Make your eBook go viral by allowing others to distribute it on THEIR website for free. Then offer an ADDITIONAL freebie in the book that readers can claim from YOUR website so you can capture their email and build your list.

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    12. eTip: Strive to develop trademark stories that reveal how you gained your expertise and the results you gain for yourself and clients.

      eTip: Strive to develop trademark stories that reveal how you gained your expertise and the results you gain for yourself and clients.

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    13. eTip: When submitting articles to article directories, be sure to add a byline that includes your name, company name, and link for a free offer they can get by visiting your website.

      eTip: When submitting articles to article directories, be sure to add a byline that includes your name, company name, and link for a free offer they can get by visiting your website.

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    14. eTip: Original, high value content is the glue that gets blog readers to bookmark you, prompts them to sign up for your newsletter and wants them to connect with you on social media. Take time to create juicy, unique content that keeps them coming back for more.

      eTip: Original, high value content is the glue that gets blog readers to bookmark you, prompts them to sign up for your newsletter and wants them to connect with you on social media. Take time to create juicy, unique content that keeps them coming back for more.

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    15. eTip: Turn prospects into sales by offering a free informational report. Then send an email follow-up a few days later asking if they need help, sharing a customer testimonials, and sharing a special offer.

      eTip: Turn prospects into sales by offering a free informational report. Then send an email follow-up a few days later asking if they need help, sharing a customer testimonials, and sharing a special offer.

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    16. eTip: Take time to nurture leads and build relationships with potential customers by sharing helpful tips via email and asking them to follow your social media pages.

      eTip: Take time to nurture leads and build relationships with potential customers by sharing helpful tips via email and asking them to follow your social media pages.

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    17. eTip: Have a clear goal in mind for every post you make… whether it’s to inspire, educate, inform or drive people to action.

      eTip: Have a clear goal in mind for every post you make... whether it's to inspire, educate, inform or drive people to action.

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    18. eTip: When submitting a guest blog article, take time to research and customize an article for the specific audience of that blog.

      eTip: When submitting a guest blog article, take time to research and customize an article for the specific audience of that blog.

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    19. eTip: Get your Facebook fans to chime in by asking about their favourite experience with your brand or product.

      eTip: Get your Facebook fans to chime in by asking about their favourite experience with your brand or product.

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    20. eTip: Drive social media engagement by having a customer of the month. When a fan is featured, they will share it to their own timeline to share the news with their friends.

      eTip: Drive social media engagement by having a customer of the month. When a fan is featured, they will share it to their own timeline to share the news with their friends.

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    21. eTip: Add a QR code to your business card. It allows the people you meet to quickly scan it and instantly access your website (or whatever action you want the code to do) and then easily connect with you.

      eTip: Add a QR code to your business card.  It allows the people you meet to quickly scan it and instantly access your website (or whatever action you want the code to do) and then easily connect with you.

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    22. eTip: Don’t spam. If you collected email addresses at a networking event, then you don’t have permission to send marketing emails to them unless you asked express permission to do so. It’s against the law in Canada!

      eTip: Don't spam.  If you collected email addresses at a networking event, then you don't have permission to send marketing emails to them unless you asked express permission to do so. It's against the law in Canada!

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    23. eTip: Carefully balance informational posts with promotional posts in social media. Use it as a platform to build closer relationships by providing free tips and information, then periodically share discounts and offers.

      eTip: Carefully balance informational posts with promotional posts in social media. Use it as a platform to build closer relationships by providing free tips and information, then periodically share discounts and offers.

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    24. eTip: Creating a mastermind group is an excellent way to grow your business. Find a few colleagues that you can meet with in person or virtually. During the meeting you can discuss your goals, challenges and tips with each other. It’s a great way to support and give accountability to each other.

      eTip: Creating a mastermind group is an excellent way to grow your business. Find a few colleagues that you can meet with in person or virtually.  During the meeting you can discuss your goals, challenges and tips with each other.  It's a great way to support and give accountability to each other.

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    25. eTip: Site infrastructure can affect your SEO rankings since search engines love similar content grouped together in subdirectories. For example, name small business articles in a directory path like www.yourbusiness.com/small-business/articlename

      eTip: Site infrastructure can affect your SEO rankings since search engines love  similar content grouped together in subdirectories.  For example, name small business articles in a directory path like www.yourbusiness.com/small-business/articlename

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    26. eTip: Your headshot connects you with potential clients & referral partners and greatly enhances your brand visibility on a personal level. Add a professional photo of you to your website, brochures, social networks, business cards, and other marketing materials for greatest exposure.

      eTip: Your headshot connects you with potential clients & referral partners and greatly enhances your brand visibility on a personal level. Add a professional photo of you to your website, brochures, social networks, business cards, and other marketing materials for greatest exposure.

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    27. eTip: Keep your email marketing out of the spam box by avoiding “trigger” words like: attention, reminder, act now, and FREE.

      eTip: Keep your email marketing out of the spam box by avoiding "trigger" words like: attention, reminder, act now, and FREE.

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    28. eTip: The most important thing to keep in mind when writing is your audience. Who are they and why should they care? Know their pains and concerns… relevancy is the key to a deeper engagement with your prospects.

      eTip: The most important thing to keep in mind when writing is your audience.  Who are they and why should they care?  Know their pains and concerns... relevancy is the key to a deeper engagement with your prospects.

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    29. eTip: Boost the power of your promotion by making an offer SO good people can’t wait to tell others about it. For example my favourite body lotion shop offered a free bottle of scented liquid soap. I was so thrilled I posted it on social media and told others about it as well.

      Boost the power of your promotion by making an offer SO good people can't wait to tell others about it.

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    30. eTip: On a web page, SEO is important to make sure your website gets good search engine rankings. Here are 5 key areas you should focus on: page title, description tag, H1 Heading, page copy and page URL.

      eTip: On a web page, SEO is important to make sure your website gets good search engine rankings.  Here are 5 key areas you should focus on: page title, description tag, H1 Heading, page copy and page URL.

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    31. eTip: Staying top of mind is key to making sure customers remember you when it’s time to buy. Social media, newsletters, and blogging are excellent ways to provide value and consistently stay connected to prospects.

      eTip: Staying top of mind is key to making sure customers remember you when it's time to buy.  Social media, newsletters, and blogging are excellent ways to provide value and consistently stay connected to prospects.

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    32. eTip: A good way to invite more engagement is with fun posts like vintage photos, trending topics, graphic quotes, and fill in the blank questions.

      eTip:  A good way to invite more engagement is with fun posts like vintage photos, trending topics, graphic quotes, and fill in the blank questions.

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    33. eTip: Strengthen the appeal of your offering by targeting it to a very specific demographic.

      eTip: Strengthen the appeal of your offering by targeting it to a very specific demographic.

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    34. eTip: By offering a guarantee, you remove the risk and increase sales.

      eTip: By offering a guarantee, you remove the risk and increase sales.

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    35. eTip: Tap into holiday shopping by showing how your services help customers relax, save time, and/or reduce stress.

      eTip: Tap into holiday shopping by showing how your services help customers relax, save time, and/or reduce stress.

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About the Author, Susan Friesen

Susan Friesen offering 10 Critical Questions You Must Ask to Get Maximum ResultsSusan Friesen, founder of the award-winning web development and digital marketing firm eVision Media, is a Web Specialist, Business & Marketing Consultant, and Social Media Advisor. She works with entrepreneurs who struggle with having the lack of knowledge, skill and support needed to create their online business presence.

As a result of working with Susan and her team, clients feel confident and relieved knowing their online marketing is in trustworthy and caring hands so they can focus on building their business with peace of mind at having a perfect support system in place to guide them every step of the way.

Visit www.ultimatewebsiteguide.ca and download your FREE "Ultimate Guide to Improving Your Website's Profitability - 10 Critical Questions You Must Ask to Get Maximum Results".

6 Steps To Nurturing A Profitable Business

6 Steps To Nurturing A Profitable Business

Why are you in business?

If you just responded saying it is to help others or to make the world a better place or some other lofty vision, you are only partially correct.

The truth is, you are in business to make money.

Without money, you can’t be sustainable or make much of a difference and it’s really tough to be able to help others when you can hardly help yourself.

The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing. ~Walt DisneyClick To Tweet

I see this kind of struggle every day when talking with entrepreneurs and new business owners where they have an amazing vision and strong desire to make a difference yet can’t make ends meet.

With this in mind, I’ve put together some pointers that have helped me build a multi 6-figure business.

With a New Year upon us, I encourage you to implement some or all of these suggestions and you’ll be on your way to fulfilling the reason why you are in business to begin with.

And you do this by nurturing your business to success!

  1. STEP ONE: Nurture Your Vision

    Create specific goals that will lead you to fulfilling your vision.

    Do this by first understanding what you want your business to look like a year, two years and five years from now.

    Then create a plan that will support those goals.

    What needs to be in place in order to achieve those goals? How much income do you need to be able to pay your bills and live comfortably?

    Then calculate how many clients and/or sales do you need in order to accomplish that goal. This roadmap will be what you follow to achieve your vision.

    And remember to treat your business as a business instead of a hobby (which is what happens when we allow every day distractions take us away from achieving our business goals.) This mindset shift alone will make an incredible difference to your success.

    Make a commitment and don’t let excuses get in the way of honouring that commitment.

    Daniel and I work 15 hour days most every day of the week. We don’t let excuses of being tired or having a cold distract us from reaching our goals. This kind of committed mindset is what you need to also have to accomplish yours.

  2. STEP TWO: Nurture your marketing

    This step is vital to your business success. Period.

    Without marketing your business, you will not flourish because no one will know you exist!  Here are some tips to get you going:

    Do a thorough analysis on who your ideal target market is, what their struggles and  needs are and how you can help them. Get to know exactly who it is that you want to attract as a customer.

    Spend at least an hour or two a day minimum working ON your business.  And if you can’t take that time, hire a competent marketing firm that can do a lot of it for you (and the bonus is that you’ll benefit from their expertise, which will save you more time, energy and money in the long run.)

    Market yourself daily via social media, networking groups, blog postings and commenting on other blog posts.

    This does not mean pushing your products or services on others. Your goal is to get in front of your ideal target market and develop relationships with them so they can begin to know, like and trust you.

    When I first started out in business, I did a lot of volunteering where I could showcase my website design and development expertise. I worked with several non-profits and gained a lot of valuable experience along the way.

    If you have a service-based business, considering doing the same. Not only will it help build your brand exposure and gain a valuable reputation as someone who is contributing to the community, you will also be able to use this as a great learning experience to build your skillset at the same time.

  3. STEP THREE: Nurture Your Existing Clients

    The best way to build your business is through referrals.

    When a client is pleased with your offerings, they will be more than happy to tell others about you.

    Here are a few pointers on how to achieve this:

    Demonstrate you care about them by being accessible and responding to their needs in a timely manner.

    Let them know you’re thinking about them and share articles, resources and other things you find that they will appreciate receiving.

    Follow up to see how they are doing.

    Thank them for being a client/doing business with you.

    Stay in touch on a regular basis through social media, blog posts and newsletters.

    eVision Media is built on an approximate 90-95% referral base. We do very little marketing aside from our social media efforts. Most all of our new and ongoing business is a result of having and nurturing happy clients.

    What can you do today to start developing a happy customer base that will think of you when they come across others who could use your product or service?

  4. STEP FOUR: Nurture Your Team

    It is nearly impossible to build a successful business without any help.

    Build a team of resources (either as employees, contractors or agencies with specific expertise) who can offset your weaknesses. Delegate as much as you can of the stuff you really don’t like doing or don’t know how to do (properly).

    Lead your team by example and be generous with encouragement, praise, gratitude and respect.

    Have your team feel like they are a part of the overall business success where they can help by brainstorming new ideas and finding ways things can be improved.

    My first hire was a programmer many years ago. I knew the more higher-end programming was one of my weaknesses (nor did I want to further develop that skillset) so I sought to hire someone who’s passion was in programming.

    Today, we comprise of a team of 10 people who all bring to the table their particular expertise in design, copywriting, Social Media, online marketing, SEO, and of course programming. I could never accomplish any of what we have achieved without such a team in place.

    What are your weaknesses that you are trying to do yourself that you should be delegating instead?

  5. STEP FIVE: Nurture Your Systems and Processes

    It’s probably the last thing you want to do, but it’s critical to document everything you do and how you do it as if you were going to re-create your business as a franchise. (Read Michael E. Gerber’s The E-Myth Revisited to find out how.)

    This step will save you countless amounts of time and energy, especially as you build your team while growing your business. We have several systems in place that keep our virtual team atmosphere running smoothly and efficiently.

    One of the key areas to be mindful of is communications between you and your team members.  It’s easy to let things fall through the cracks if you don’t have a check and balance system in place.

  6. STEP SIX: Nurture Your Self

    I encourage you to believe in what you are doing and have confidence and trust that everything will work out.

    Stop chasing after every guru out there and start trusting that you already have the knowledge and resources you need to succeed.

    Stop chasing gurus and start trusting you already have what you need to succeed.Click To Tweet

    Stay on track by following your plan and don’t let the shiny object syndrome continually pull you and your team in several different directions.

    Find a mentor, mastermind group or coach that will not only support you but guide you on how to implement your plans and allow your brilliance to shine. You’ll stop wasting time and money and start focusing on what is most important so you can grow more quickly and get the support you need.

    Having gratitude is a big part of our day, every day. The more we focus on being grateful for what we have, the more positive our lives become. Find something to be grateful for instead of focusing on what you don’t have and this will have a profound impact on your success.

By nurturing your business using these 6 steps, you will not only enjoy growth and sustainability but also the success you desire!

I’d love to hear from you! Comment below and share your challenges or perhaps some ideas of your own that can help nurture your business to success.

To your success,

About the Author, Susan Friesen

Susan Friesen offering 10 Critical Questions You Must Ask to Get Maximum ResultsSusan Friesen, founder of the award-winning web development and digital marketing firm eVision Media, is a Web Specialist, Business & Marketing Consultant, and Social Media Advisor. She works with entrepreneurs who struggle with having the lack of knowledge, skill and support needed to create their online business presence.

As a result of working with Susan and her team, clients feel confident and relieved knowing their online marketing is in trustworthy and caring hands so they can focus on building their business with peace of mind at having a perfect support system in place to guide them every step of the way.

Visit www.ultimatewebsiteguide.ca and download your FREE "Ultimate Guide to Improving Your Website's Profitability - 10 Critical Questions You Must Ask to Get Maximum Results".

The Blueprint for Marketing Your Book in the New Year

The Blueprint for Marketing Your Book in the New Year

Ahhhh, the new year awaits and with it all the excitement of new goals, new opportunities, and new ways to market your book. It’s a time of reflection on the previous year, but also anticipation for all you can accomplish in the year to come.

Let’s go over some ways to get more out of all you do now and in the new year:

Learn from your mistakes and successes

What worked, what didn’t? Of course, do more of what worked, but don’t totally disregard the things that didn’t.

Could you tweak those things a bit and have better success? Did you not hit your target market right?

Take a look at some of the marketing you did in the past year. Evaluate it to determine what you can do to revamp and reuse it in a way that will produce better results.

The reason it’s always good to review what you’ve previously done is that oftentimes you have material already written or work already done, and with just a few minor tweaks you are good to go. So take time to review and then take the appropriate steps to maximize your results.

Getting Media

We know that every month there is a holiday, special day or month set aside for a specific cause or topic, and for authors that rocks. But do you often feel left out; like everyone else but you is hitting the PR jackpot?

What is it they are doing that you aren’t? Well let’s break it down.

First, they’re planning ahead. Too many authors pitch too late and miss out on golden opportunities.

Next, they are truly sharing their value. Just because your book is on that topic, why does it matter to the audience of that particular media? You absolutely need to make that connection and show why you are the one they need to interview. In your pitch outline the reasons you differ from the rest.

You need to show your experience. That’s critical. If a producer has to pick between your book and having you on and someone who has more TV experience, often they will go with the one with more experience.

So in your pitch, outline your media experience and use phrases such as “appeared on national TV and radio programs,” etc. Also, when pitching locally, make sure you include you are that local connection they need.

Speaking

Many use their books as a way to get more speaking engagements and well, yeah it works!

Look for groups or events to speak to in the upcoming year. Know too, that these require advance notice as well, so you can be successfully booking for the summer months and more at the beginning of the year.

Looking for ideas on where to speak? In addition to all the typical places, also consider asking your associates where they recommend and get their input. That personal knowledge can be priceless.

It’s also okay to ask if they have thoughts on how to make it even more successful. For example, they might tell you the audience is comprised mostly of busy executives who have staff to help them, but are still overwhelmed with daily challenges. Or perhaps they mention the audience is mostly self-published authors who are on a limited budget.

This knowledge can be extremely beneficial when preparing your presentation and highlighting what they need most.

Selling Your Books

Make it a point to bring your audience back to your website whenever possible in your marketing efforts and looking towards the New Year develop a plan to do that. Blog often so they want to come back. Offer promotions.

Definitely sell your book on your website in addition to Amazon, and announce this on all your marketing efforts. What often happens is that Amazon sells out during a great PR push, so those who want to purchase your book may not be able to.

They might come back to buy it later, but don’t take the chance. Plus, you normally make more off of books sold on your site because you avoid the Amazon fees and discounts.

Tip: To entice readers to purchase from your site, offer autographed copies.

Know that Timing Is Critical and Plan Accordingly

Timing is so much more than planning ahead with marketing ideas. When you don’t time things correctly, bad bad things can happen. Like, you can overbook and miss engagements. You can be crazy busy for one or two weeks and then have nothing for months.

You might plan for doing radio and land some TV engagements and not plan for it correctly. Do you have the time and resources to appear on TV? Will you travel?

Keep in mind when doing personal engagements that unless they are in the same city, traveling must be considered. And don’t forget the all-important time change between states. Many an overbooking has occurred because of this one detail.

Timing is also important to consider when seeking book reviews. Many of the bigger book review sites only take galleys, where they want the book two to three months in advance.

You can miss out on great reviews by not preparing for this. Also, with book reviews make it a commitment to seek reviews on a monthly basis. Many do an initial push to get reviews and then that’s it.

What happens then is month’s later there are no new reviews for your audience to read. So make it a point to commit to seeking book reviews throughout the year.

Timing also comes into play when you are scheduling your speaking events and this too can be planned in advance. You can develop a schedule where speak on Fridays, taking the weekend off. Many authors also run businesses as well, and you want to take that into account.

What works best with client work? Also, consider the time of the event. Things to consider – can you arrive on the day of the event? What happens if your plane is delayed? Will you be exhausted waking up at 3:00 am to get to the airport?

Many a time, a great speech has been ruined because the speaker didn’t properly plan his travel time and was just exhausted by the time they hit the stage. A great presentation can be ruined because of this. Most only make this mistake once. But again, plan ahead.

So run into the new year with all the excitement and anticipation of the great things in store. But remember to plan ahead and cover the details.

About the Author, Diana Ennen

Diana Ennen

Diana Ennen, President of Virtual Word Publishing, www.virtualwordpublishing.com offers PR and Marketing services and PR and Virtual Assistant Coaching. She's the co-author of Virtual Assistant - The Series: Become a Highly Successful, Sought After VA.

Sign up for her PR Tips at her site and email her at diana@virtualwordpublishing.com to receive her "pitching the media audio" from her PR Success Classes.


Top Success Principles for Breakthrough Success

Top Success Principles for Breakthrough Success

I’ve been working with several mentoring clients lately who are looking ahead and coming up with a goal sheet on what they want to accomplish next year. With the end of the year almost here, now is definitely a great time to be doing this exercise.

But goal setting can be a scary process for many…

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What often happens when big goals like this are solidified on paper and you are opening yourself up to the possibilities of what could be achieved, you may also be closing the door on what’s truly possible for you…

As an example, at first you may find yourself listing your big goals like “hold my first virtual summit”, “earn $100,000 in sales” or “write my second book”.

Then as you review the list your inner gremlin starts to kick in…

“This isn’t realistic”
“I don’t even know where to begin to achieve this” 
“I’ll never find the time to make that happen.” 
“Who am I trying to fool here!”
“I can’t possibly…”

And before you know it you’ve become your own dream killer. 

But it doesn’t have the be that way.

Are you ready to take a giant leap forward? Or even get started for that matter? Here is https://citrusnorth.com/unsecured-loans/ to your inner critic and set yourself up for success in the coming year.

  • Decide what you want. If you want to stay stuck, going with the status-quo and not taking time to figure out what you really want is a sure-fire formula to do it.

    Make a coffee date for yourself. Bring a notebook and pen. Ask yourself what you want to see happen in your life, relationships, finances and health.

    What do you want to accomplish in your business this year? What do you want to experience? Imagine that you have a magic wand and anything you dream is possible.

  • Dare to dream BIG! Jim Rohn says “You should set a goal big enough that in the process of achieving it, you become someone worth becoming.”

    Don’t edit yourself.  Let the ideas flow. The more specific you are about the details, the better.  The Law of attraction is powerful when you visualize every detail about what you want.

  • Create a plan to make it happen. Napoleon Hill once said, “Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve.” Own the confidence that the dream that’s planted in your heart will happen.
     
    Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve. Napoleon HillClick To Tweet

  • Believe firmly in your mind and heart that this WILL happen. Let your passion take over and provide the fuel to drive you forward. Where there’s a will, there’s a way.

    Instead of “How can I…” (a limiting question) Ask yourself “In what way can I…..” (a question that comes from a place of abundance saying there IS an answer.)

  • Feel the fear and do it anyway.  There’s nothing more liberating than pushing through where you are unsure and then realizing success.  The exhilaration you’ll feel when you push past your own limits is so empowering.
  • Own the vision of your goal already accomplished.  Make a dream map with pictures of your goal completed.  Write affirmations that show your gratitude for accomplishing this task (before it’s occurred).  “I am so happy and grateful now that….”

    Make a video with images and affirmations combined.  com is a powerful tool that makes it easy.

  • Keep taking steps forward.  When you step out in faith, the universe conspires on your part to bring you what you desire.  An object in motion, stays in motion.  It takes much more energy to move a stopped object forward.
  • Have trust. Let go of the need to control everything.  Believe in the abundance of the universe to attract the resources, tools, people, and opportunities you need to accomplish your goals.
  • Be grateful always. Gratitude is one of the most powerful positive vibrations.  Take time daily to acknowledge what you are thankful for.

    When you focus on the blessings, you will find there are more things you are blessed with.

  • Engage in a morning practice to recharge. Spend time every morning thinking about your perfect day, visualizing what you’d like to create… acknowledging what you are grateful for, releasing negative charges that have occurred, and centering yourself in joy and love.

    When you are grounded, your day will flow with much more ease.  With a full heart and mind, you’ll have the inner strength you need to move mountains.

You are stronger than you know, more capable than you can imagine. Believe in your dreams and know that you have everything inside you need to make it happen.

Once you get clear about what you want and own that it’s possible you’ll discover it is much easier to get what you want by taking control of your thoughts, your visualizations, and your actions!

Here’s to creating the best year ever for your life and business. If you could use some help figuring out how to accomplish your business goals, ask me about my mentoring packages!

To your success,

About the Author, Susan Friesen

Susan Friesen offering 10 Critical Questions You Must Ask to Get Maximum ResultsSusan Friesen, founder of the award-winning web development and digital marketing firm eVision Media, is a Web Specialist, Business & Marketing Consultant, and Social Media Advisor. She works with entrepreneurs who struggle with having the lack of knowledge, skill and support needed to create their online business presence.

As a result of working with Susan and her team, clients feel confident and relieved knowing their online marketing is in trustworthy and caring hands so they can focus on building their business with peace of mind at having a perfect support system in place to guide them every step of the way.

Visit www.ultimatewebsiteguide.ca and download your FREE "Ultimate Guide to Improving Your Website's Profitability - 10 Critical Questions You Must Ask to Get Maximum Results".

Marketing eTip: How to Get More Website Leads and Sales

Marketing eTip: How to Get More Website Leads and sales

Today’s eTip is about getting more people to take action on your website.

Do you have a website but getting no action from it? No one is contacting you to make a purchase or get your free consultation?

Before you assume that no one wants what you’re offering, go to your website and ensure that each of your pages have a clear call to action on them.

A “Call to Action” is you literally telling the readers what you want them to do next. For instance, if they just finished reading about your service offerings, end the page with a call to action telling them to sign up for your free 30 minute consultation and provide a link where they can do that.

A 'Call to Action' is you literally telling the readers what you want them to do nextClick To Tweet

Other calls to action might include different levels of commitment like offering a free assessment, a low cost trial session, to contact you for more information or read a blog post on the subject.

And if you’re selling a product, make sure it’s clear how the person can make the purchase. Is the “Buy Now” button prominently displayed using a contrasting colour so it stands out? Are the steps required to make a purchase simple and easy for the purchaser to go through the process without any hassle?

The rule of thumb is to never assume the reader knows what to do next – always guide them to the next step.

I’d love to hear what you think – do you ensure calls to action are visible on every page on your site or were you happy just to have a website at all! Share your response below in the comments section or if you have a question, I’d be happy to answer.

To your success,

P.S. New to online marketing or you find it overwhelming and confusing? Check out Social Blast: eMarketing for Entrepreneurs. It’s a monthly group coaching program for those just starting out or wanting more advanced strategies to help with their online marketing and social media efforts.
CLICK HERE: www.socialblastcoaching.com

About the Author, Susan Friesen

Susan Friesen offering 10 Critical Questions You Must Ask to Get Maximum ResultsSusan Friesen, founder of the award-winning web development and digital marketing firm eVision Media, is a Web Specialist, Business & Marketing Consultant, and Social Media Advisor. She works with entrepreneurs who struggle with having the lack of knowledge, skill and support needed to create their online business presence.

As a result of working with Susan and her team, clients feel confident and relieved knowing their online marketing is in trustworthy and caring hands so they can focus on building their business with peace of mind at having a perfect support system in place to guide them every step of the way.

Visit www.ultimatewebsiteguide.ca and download your FREE "Ultimate Guide to Improving Your Website's Profitability - 10 Critical Questions You Must Ask to Get Maximum Results".

Business eTip: Why Social Media Marketing is Paramount for any Business

Business eTip:  Why Social Media Marketing is Paramount for any Business

Today’s eTip is about using social media to your business advantage.

I often hear from clients saying they are not interested in using social media for their business marketing. Many times their reason is because they think their target market is not on social media and it would be a waste of their efforts.

I know this is a handy excuse but it’s completely false. Aside from extreme circumstances, you will absolutely find the majority of your ideal target market using Social Media in some capacity and it’s time to take this platform seriously.

Don't think your ideal client is on Social Media? Think again!Click To Tweet

The trick is to know who your ideal client is enough to know where they would be hanging out on social media. Not everyone is on Facebook but those people might be on LinkedIn instead, or Instagram or Pinterest.

Your job as a business owner is to find out which social media platforms your ideal target market hangs out on and dive in and make connections there.

I’d love to hear what you think – have you given some thought as to which social media channel your ideal target market is hanging out on? Share your response below in the comments section or if you have a question, I’d be happy to answer.

To your success,

P.S. New to online marketing or you find it overwhelming and confusing? Check out Social Blast: eMarketing for Entrepreneurs. It’s a monthly group coaching program for those just starting out or wanting more advanced strategies to help with their online marketing and social media efforts.
CLICK HERE: www.usocialblastcoaching.com

About the Author, Susan Friesen

Susan Friesen offering 10 Critical Questions You Must Ask to Get Maximum ResultsSusan Friesen, founder of the award-winning web development and digital marketing firm eVision Media, is a Web Specialist, Business & Marketing Consultant, and Social Media Advisor. She works with entrepreneurs who struggle with having the lack of knowledge, skill and support needed to create their online business presence.

As a result of working with Susan and her team, clients feel confident and relieved knowing their online marketing is in trustworthy and caring hands so they can focus on building their business with peace of mind at having a perfect support system in place to guide them every step of the way.

Visit www.ultimatewebsiteguide.ca and download your FREE "Ultimate Guide to Improving Your Website's Profitability - 10 Critical Questions You Must Ask to Get Maximum Results".

5 Easy Facebook Tips to Boost Your Social Media Results

5 Easy Facebook Tips to Boost Your Social Media Results

Facebook is an entrepreneur and marketer’s dream but let’s face it, it’s getting tougher to stand out from the crowd.

Do you feel frustrated that you spend a lot of time marketing on Facebook and aren’t getting the results you’d like?

Would you like to know ways to use Facebook to grow your mailing list? Would you like some cool strategies to grow your Facebook following?

5 cool strategies to grow your #Facebook followingClick To Tweet

Let’s dive in – here are some cool tricks to help you grow your leads and sales on Facebook.

  1. Let your Facebook Cover Image Be Your Billboard

    Be creative with your Facebook cover image. Instead of just posting a standard banner or a cute photo of your flower garden, use it to promote your business.

    You can post the schedule to your recent events, your podcast, show a picture of you at work, or promote your newest book or program.

    Switch your Facebook cover image with a greeting for the holidays.  You can include your free opt in giveaway, contact info, pricing and calls to action.

    Make your cover image the best size to fit the space: 851px wide by 315px high.

  2. Add information to your Facebook Cover Image Popup

    When you click on your Facebook cover image, you have the ability to add description text to that space.

    Facebook cover image popup text

    It’s a great place to add more information about what they will find on your blog, a freebie they can sign up for, or any other important information you have to share.

    This is an easy lead-generation tool to capture information of your Facebook fans.

  3. Turn Personal Facebook Fans Into Business Facebook Fans

    You can promote your Fanpage URL on your personal profile to get better exposure to your page.

    Do this by doing to your personal page, click the “About” tab, click “Work and Education”, click the “edit” link found in the “options” menu to the right of your Current Company listing (or add one if you don’t already have your company listed there.)

    Where is says “Company”, start typing the name of your business Facebook page and a prompt will appear to hyperlink to your page. Then click the blue “Save Changes” button.

    After you do this go to your Personal profile to test it out. Look on the left where it lists your Company.

    Adding Facebook page URL to personal profile

    When you hover over your company name it should now do a popup for your Business Facebook page.

  4. Get Facebook Fans from your Website or Blog

    The Facebook ‘Page Plugin’ makes it easy to convert website visitors into Facebook fans and just takes a few minutes to set up. Facebook will even generate the code for you. here are also WordPress plugins that will do this.

    Convert website visitors into Facebook likes using the Page Plugin toolClick To Tweet

    Facebook Widget is one such plug in.  These are nice tools where you can choose to show your Facebook fans and customize how the box looks on your website so new visitors can easily join your Facebook fans.

  5. Ditch the Hype – Keep Posts Friendly and Informative

    While Facebook may seem the perfect place to post information about your big sale, think again. The new Facebook algorithm discourages overly promotional posts.

    They key is to write posts that are friendly, informative, entertaining and inspirational.

    To integrate business-related posts as much as possible, you can write an informative blog article about a relevant topic your ideal clients will find of interest  and then write a post on your Facebook page and link to that blog article. For extra punch, at the bottom of you blog article, include a call to action to your latest Superstar Program.

    Or you could record a fun tip in a video and share in the video that you have a cool promotion coming up to visit your website for more details.

    Are you an author? Take a crazy picture of you up to your eyeballs in books you are shipping with a post that says “boy these books are flying off the shelves fast, see what everyone is talking about.”

    You want to post shareable content that gets lots of likes, shares and comments so it will have better changes of being seen in your follower’s newsfeed. The trick is to find out what type of posts your followers will find worthy of being shareable.

I hope these Facebook tips help you build your brand reach and business revenue.

And if you’re looking for more in-depth hands-on training, consider joining my monthly Social Blast Membership program specifically designed for entrepreneurs and business owners who want to learn how to use social media and online marketing without wasting a lot of time and effort.

To your success,

About the Author, Susan Friesen

Susan Friesen offering 10 Critical Questions You Must Ask to Get Maximum ResultsSusan Friesen, founder of the award-winning web development and digital marketing firm eVision Media, is a Web Specialist, Business & Marketing Consultant, and Social Media Advisor. She works with entrepreneurs who struggle with having the lack of knowledge, skill and support needed to create their online business presence.

As a result of working with Susan and her team, clients feel confident and relieved knowing their online marketing is in trustworthy and caring hands so they can focus on building their business with peace of mind at having a perfect support system in place to guide them every step of the way.

Visit www.ultimatewebsiteguide.ca and download your FREE "Ultimate Guide to Improving Your Website's Profitability - 10 Critical Questions You Must Ask to Get Maximum Results".

Why a Conversation Hub is Needed in Dispute Resolution

Why a Conversation Hub is Needed in Dispute Resolution

The Story of Five Men in a Sauna…

Five men in a sauna can be awkward, with a silence that hangs like anticipatory drips of sweat, all water, and no flow.

Metaphorically silly as this may be, it leads to an important lesson about human interaction.

Sometimes, when I attend the local pool and have a sauna, there is great interaction and evident display of personality, viewpoints and beliefs. Today, it was silent; five men fighting personal battles against the heat with not a word spoken.

When I realized that all of us at that particular time lacked the personality attribute of being a conversation hub, it revealed to me a social dynamic that plays out, time and time again.

Recall how many social situations you have been in where a group of people can’t seem to shake the shyness and create a buzzing social dialogue.

Now put a certain personality in the room and most if not all parties are suddenly talking. Often, when the social hub leaves the room, the conversation shrinks backwards towards its earlier low level.

I also saw the applicability of this scenario to a dispute resolution discussion.

The shy and introverted will not have any less opinions than the more extroverted individuals. However, these ideas may not come to the surface to be debated or agreed with to the same degree as those which are worn on the sleeve or voiced in terms of certainty.

As opinions lead to the discovery of interests, a Dispute Resolution Professional needs to be able to determine who has strong opinions on a disputed matter and then explore these opinions to determine what, and how firmly held, the pivotal interests are of all parties to the dispute.

Therefore, the metaphorical question becomes, if you are sitting with four others in the sauna, how do you know what they are thinking if they say nothing? 

Short of body language or facial signal recognition techniques, the answer may be, you don’t. However, that cannot be the end of your efforts as a Dispute Resolution Professional. In a mediation, you must learn to engage those who are silent, either directly, or through another who may have the gift of conversation generation.

Conversation Generation

This is a concept that I am developing as an alternative to direct intervention.

The Dispute Resolution Professional does not always need to be the one to confront the silent ones with respect to gaining knowledge. If there is a person engaged in the process who has the personality to generate conversation, it might be advisable to use this indirect approach to stir the conversational matrix.

If this occurs, then even those less prone to direct expression may speak to the issue at hand and as a consequence illuminate their thoughts, which may differ from hard-sided stated positions as discussed earlier in the more positional opening part of a mediation.

The lessons from the sauna are twofold:

There are those who keep their thoughts to themselves. If their assistance or acquiesce is required, then it is necessary to have discovery and exploration of their very thoughts and the effect of how the illuminating of their inner needs and concerns will have on determining how to best serve their interests.

This can be accomplished in at least two ways:

The first is with direct contact such as open ended questions and direct but polite investigation as to their concerns and ultimately their interests.

The other lesson, is to let this information come from the discussion, and as conversation becomes more at ease to the parties, there is greater likelihood of insight into the underlying interests of the parties.

A few weeks ago I saw the same principle at work at the gym at The Semiahmoo Resort, where we keep our boat. Every morning, my friend Dan, a retired employee from Boeing who lives on his boat in the marina, is in the gym at 6am. Now you can imagine, that at that hour, there are a lot of quiet people working out. But not when Dan is there.

He has the gift that makes him a conversation hub. He engages people until we are all contributing to the conversation and learning a lot about each other’s disparate lives.

When I put this to him, he explained that at Boeing that was what he did. He engaged and liaised between different parties and organizations including government agencies to resolve matters and some to agreements on outstanding issues.

Sounds like a mediator’s job to me. For now I will appoint him Dan of the Gym.

This approach allows you to use the assets in the room to seek the information that is required to resolve disputes in a principled manner.

About the Author, Bryce Jeffery

Bryce Jeffery

Bryce Jeffery has practiced law in BC for 28 years and been a commercial mediator for the last 14. Situated in Langley, he practices under the title, MB JEFFERY LAW and concentrates on conveyancing, mortgages, and wills and estates. Bryce's mediation practice makes him the most travelled mediator in BC with frequent stops throughout the interior, the north and Vancouver Island. He is also the author of Commercial Mediation, A Passionate Practice.

Visit his website at www.mbjlaw.ca to see how he can assist you and your business.


Business eTip: The Importance of Consistency in Marketing & Social Media

Business eTip: The Importance of Consistency in Marketing & Social Media

Today’s eTip is about the importance of consistency with your marketing and social media efforts and how it can greatly impact your bottom line.

One of the best ways to get new clients and sales is to develop a “know, like and trust” factor with your ideal target market.

And the best way to reach your ideal target market is through social media and your newsletter.

A best way to get new clients is to build a know, like & trust factor with your ideal target marketClick To Tweet

Each of which need to be tended to on a very consistent basis in order for you to get enough visibility in front of that ideal target market to develop that “know, like and trust” relationship with them.

The more you get in front of your ideal client, the more they will be inclined to purchase from you and also refer you to other people who could use what you’re offering.

So be consistent with your social media and newsletter efforts and you will reap great returns in the long run.

I’d love to hear what you think – how consistent are you currently with your newsletter send outs and posting to your social media channels? Share your response in the comments section or if you have a question, I’d be happy to answer.

To your success,

P.S. New to online marketing or you find it overwhelming and confusing? Check out Social Blast: eMarketing for Entrepreneurs. It’s a monthly group coaching program for those just starting out or wanting more advanced strategies to help with their online marketing and social media efforts.
CLICK HERE: www.socialblastcoaching.com

About the Author, Susan Friesen

Susan Friesen offering 10 Critical Questions You Must Ask to Get Maximum ResultsSusan Friesen, founder of the award-winning web development and digital marketing firm eVision Media, is a Web Specialist, Business & Marketing Consultant, and Social Media Advisor. She works with entrepreneurs who struggle with having the lack of knowledge, skill and support needed to create their online business presence.

As a result of working with Susan and her team, clients feel confident and relieved knowing their online marketing is in trustworthy and caring hands so they can focus on building their business with peace of mind at having a perfect support system in place to guide them every step of the way.

Visit www.ultimatewebsiteguide.ca and download your FREE "Ultimate Guide to Improving Your Website's Profitability - 10 Critical Questions You Must Ask to Get Maximum Results".

Reputation Management: What Your Emails Are REALLY Saying About You

Reputation Management: What Your Emails Are REALLY Saying About You. 15 Crucial Guidelines That Will Prevent You and Your Business From Looking Unprofessional

15 Crucial Guidelines That Will Prevent You and Your Business From Looking Unprofessional

When embarking into the wonderful world of business, it’s a sad fact that you are instantly set up to be judged.

Prospective clients do it all the time – judge us for our service, the quality of our product, whether our prices are too high or too cheap… there’s a lot of judgement going on that can adversely affect our reputation for sure!

But one of those judgements, whether you realize it or not, is a by-product of our email correspondence.

Business emails can be a brand reputation killer if you're not carefulClick To Tweet

Every day, we send emails to business associates, prospective clients, resources and clients. Have you ever taken a moment to really think about what your emails are saying about you?

More specifically, what unintentional impression are you giving the recipient?

Are you giving them ample opportunity to misjudge your intentions and even your personal and professional brand?

With every email you send out, you either make a favourable impression towards your overall business brand, or create a terrible impression towards your professionalism.

Some days I deal with hundreds of emails coming in and being sent out. That’s a lot of correspondence – and a lot of opportunity for judgement.

Sadly, with time being sparse and smart phone auto-correct, too often little details can be left out or inadvertently included that can suggest that you’re lazy, incompetent, inattentive, mistrustful, or unprofessional. Yikes.

Below lists 15 critical guidelines to keep in mind when sending emails to avoid looking unprofessional. Some may seem like a no-brainer, but it doesn’t hurt to have them serve as a reminder when you’re sending out your emails today:

  1. Use Your Business Domain Email

    Many times I receive an email from a business owner who uses a free email service like Gmail, Hotmail or Yahoo etc. If you’re one of these people, it’s time to change your emails to your business domain.

    Free services like these give the impression you are not really a professional.  Yes, using Gmail is handy but you can still use it by adding in your POP3 or IMAP email account for your business.

    And ‘yourbusinessname@hotmail.com’ doesn’t count. If you want to be taken seriously, then take your business branding seriously too by using an email address such as ‘yourname@yourbusinessname.com’.

  2. Check Your Spelling

    Always double check your spelling before hitting the send button.

    Keep  in mind email spell checkers don’t know when you’ve used a correctly spelled, but incorrect word such as “their” instead of “there”. Also be aware of similarly spelled words such as “lose” and “loose”, which I find is commonly done.

  3. Avoid Using Slang/Texting Jargon

    It may be Ok for personal instant messaging, but not in a professional email. Using shortened text such as “this 1 is 4 u” is a definite no-no. Somehow this style of “English” has permeated from social media and text messaging to regular communications – stop doing that!

    Another pet peeve of mine is the salutation – starting your email with “Hey there” is not going to provide a favourable impression on your professionalism.

  4. Use Proper Grammar

    Grammar is not just for picky English teachers. If your writing is grammatically incorrect, it has a much higher probability of being misinterpreted and misunderstood by the recipient. Often in this instance, mis-communicating is worse than not communicating at all.

  5. Use a Signature Block

    Do all of your emails contain a short, professional eSignature with your contact information? Don’t make people look in their address book if they want to call you.

    Have your information automatically inserted in every message. Add in a brief, catchy sentence and of course, be sure to put your website address there too!

    It’s important to note to make sure your eSignature looks professional and reflects your business brand accordingly. Glittery rainbows, funny cartoons and even inspirational quotes do not belong here. Each can send a very strong impression about you that you may not want to have happen.

  6. Have a Useful Subject Line

    Use the subject line to communicate useful information. Let the recipient know what the email is about so they can decide what to do with it.

    Useless subjects, no subjects at all, or misleading ones can be really annoying.

    Also avoid putting your entire message into the subject line. Yes, this happens. Please don’t!

  7. Format for Ease of Reading

    Writing large, impenetrable blocks of text in one long stream of consciousness paragraph is very hard to read in an email. Break up your prose so it’s easier to follow.

    Along similar lines – make sure you don’t WRITE ALL IN CAPS or even all in lower case. Both show extreme unprofessionalism so use proper sentence case.

  8. Keep Them a Reasonable Length

    Emails should generally be short. Many people find it difficult to read long pages of text on their screen.

    Often when too many details are shared much of the message is missed, which can lead to big misunderstandings in the long run.

  9. Don’t Abuse the Urgent Indicator

    Using the urgent indicator for clearly unimportant emails gives the appearance that you have no regard for the time and attention of the reader… or you suffer from a personality disorder that leaves you with delusions of self-importance.

    Either way, it’s not a good impression to give so only use the urgent indicated for truly urgent emails.

  10. Note the Attachment Size

    Be careful of the size of attachments you send – anything over 1 Mb is TOO LARGE for those people who still get emails over the phone line. It also uses up a lot of data on smart phones.

    If there’s no need for sending big files, don’t. If there is, find a way to reduce the size first, use a large-file sending service like Hightail or Dropbox, or let the person know in advance that you’re sending the large file so they can be prepared.

  11. Lay Off the Read Receipt

    Unless you are sending a very important contract or time-sensitive document, avoid using the read receipt feature.

    Most people want to read their emails in private and don’t want to be made to feel you don’t trust them to read your emails.

    The exception to this rule is if you fear your email is not being delivered to the intended person and you want to be assured they received it.

  12. Proof-Read SLOWLY

    Studies show that the human brain can easily “fill in the blanks” of a sentence or not register a double word like “the.” However, that doesn’t mean you have licence to take advantage of that!

    When you proof-read your email, carefully read E V E R Y W O R D to make sure your sentence makes sense and isn’t missing anything.

  13. Understand the difference between TO: CC: and BCC:

    I find a lot of people aren’t sure when to use these fields in their emails. Here’s a rule of thumb to follow:

    • If you want a response from one or more people, put their email in the TO: field.
    • If you are sending an email to more than one person, the people you are including just as an FYI go in the CC: field. This way they know they are not expected to respond.
    • If you don’t want anyone to know that you are sending an email to someone else at the same time, that email address goes in the BCC: field.
       
      IMPORTANT: If you are sending an email to a bunch of people that don’t know each other – ALWAYS use the BCC field for ALL email addresses. It is a privacy violation and security risk if you share email addresses with other people in your contact list that don’t know each other.
  14. Never send an email when you’re angry or upset

    9 times out of 10 you’ll regret it the moment you hit the send button.

    Someone got you pissed? Go ahead and write your emotionally charged letter but then walk away without sending it. Come back when you’ve cooled down and either send a re-written letter or better yet, pick up the phone and communicate that way.

    There are times when email is simply NOT the best form of communication and the phone is always going to be better when a disagreement has formed, misunderstandings are happening, or emotions get charged.

  15. Finally,remember that email does not include tone of voice or body language

    The person reading your prose has only your words to work with.

    It’s amazing how quickly those words can cause people to jump to the wrong conclusion, misinterpret your intentions and even worse, be offended by the attempt at humour that didn’t quite translate properly.

Your business relies a lot on its brand management and email correspondence is a huge part of how you communicate that brand to others.

By following these simple guidelines with every email you send out, you will be presenting yourself in a professional manner that will surely give a favourable impression to the recipient.

Can you think of any other things that annoy you about email? Write a comment below!

To your success,

About the Author, Susan Friesen

Susan Friesen offering 10 Critical Questions You Must Ask to Get Maximum ResultsSusan Friesen, founder of the award-winning web development and digital marketing firm eVision Media, is a Web Specialist, Business & Marketing Consultant, and Social Media Advisor. She works with entrepreneurs who struggle with having the lack of knowledge, skill and support needed to create their online business presence.

As a result of working with Susan and her team, clients feel confident and relieved knowing their online marketing is in trustworthy and caring hands so they can focus on building their business with peace of mind at having a perfect support system in place to guide them every step of the way.

Visit www.ultimatewebsiteguide.ca and download your FREE "Ultimate Guide to Improving Your Website's Profitability - 10 Critical Questions You Must Ask to Get Maximum Results".