How do you know that your Top of Mind marketing efforts are hitting your target? You may fear you’re being a nuisance, or that you’re publishing into a vast emptiness. Then you get a note like this one sent to one of Trivers Consulting Group’s clients and you realize “aha, it works!” In addition to the … Continue reading 7 Terrible Marketing Ploys that Drive People Away
Customer and clients want to hear from you–the RIGHT way. These ten tips show you how to adapt your marketing to the new normal. Learn how to ATTAIN, SUSTAIN, and RETAIN to keep your company top of mind.
Is it true that questions can create business opportunities? Yes, our experience tells us it is. Customers, Clients and Buyers The questions have to be asked of the right people. The right people are customers and clients, people who have paid you money in the past 18-24 months. Asking them the right questions will turn … Continue reading The 3 Questions that Create Business Oportunities
I’ve been guilty of this myself: thinking that the label “commodity” conveys an assessment of value (usually negative or lesser) as well as a clear description of what it is. The more I work with companies that put commodities in the market, the more I believe that the word “commodity” is neutral. It’s an easily … Continue reading How to Market Your Commodity Offerings
There’s a range of approaches to business development these days. Have you seen it too? On the one hand are the companies who have disappeared. Not a word to their customers and clients. On the other hand are the companies who are using every tone deaf and insensitive trick in the book. Our double down … Continue reading Double Down on Marketing and 3 Other Tips for More Business
Assumptions are things that are accepted as true or as certain to happen, without proof. What do you assume? I mean, absolutely and positively assume, and that you base business decisions on? Maybe you assume some or all of these things: You know every single thing that is important to your customers and clients You … Continue reading Want to Be a Growing Company? Challenge Your Assumptions