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How Much Should That Doggie in the Window Be?
by Bill Glazer
According to surveys conducted by INC. Magazine, nearly 60% of all businesses set their prices based on their competitors’ prices. Another 30% set them based on some kind of “cost plus” formula. I can ONLY imagine that this is also what is taught in marketing classes in colleges, those so [...]
This is a great article from Mary Ellen Tribby’s email newsletter. I thought you’d enjoy reading this.
How To Be Sizzling Hot When It Comes To Client Satisfaction
By Deb Pilgrim
I say it all the time: You need to love your clients.I know, I’m saying the “L” word in business. Fancy that! To me it’s a no-brainer, my clients are my business, [...]
From Joan Stewart…
Speak in Sound Bites
One of the best sound bites I ever heard was from my friend, Eli Davidson, who described how men and women communicate differently:
“Men talk like they’re laying bricks, and women talk like we’re tossing salad,” she said.
Here’s another sound bite from Eli, who describes what it was like to be in deep debt:
“It felt [...]
As was discussed in the article on Interior Design Web Strategies, Interior designers who have chosen to bring their businesses online are realizing many untapped avenues to new business. Beyond marketing to local clients, interior designers can maximize their websites by providing online design services. Some of the trends in online design services include complete home packages and a [...]
Check out this article about the “undecorating” movement of interior design.
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Many interior designers are just now realizing the importance of marketing their services online and with good reason. With a simple internet search, consumers have immediate access to practically endless interior design ideas and services. The designers who have chosen to bring their businesses online are realizing many untapped avenues to new business.
Just as when you design a room to [...]
Dirty Laundry is Good for Your (Interior Design) Business
By MaryEllen Tribby
Note from Gail – Please post a comment about why you started your own business, and what you’ve experienced since then.
“I love working from home, I get so much laundry done and today I even cleaned out my refrigerator.” This was a comment I overheard the other night while waiting [...]
I just watched an incredible video that I must share with you.
It pulls back the curtain and exposes the 3 biggest lies that keep you in a financial prison, and the 3 practical truths that will see you free and enjoying the wealth you deserve.
Make sure you don’t fall for even one of these:
The man in the video grew up in [...]