The biggie- What better way to market your products and services than by sending a tweet or posting a link that pops up on your target customers newsfeed? Try and remember, you’ll engage more customers through telling, not selling. You can monitor what works and what doesn’t and cater your campaigns accordingly. Remember, every customer interaction you have on social media is an opportunity to publically demonstrate your customer service level and enrich your relationship with your customer. If a customer compliments you, you can thank them and similarly if you see a complaint, you can apologise publically and take action to make it right. It’s a personal experience that lets customers know that you care and ultimately makes your business more visible to other customers.
The longer you wait, the more you have to lose. Social media, when done correctly, can lead to more customers, higher website traffic, more. We promise you –it’s not going anywhere.
Many businesses may find that they don’t have the time to learn and manage their social media channels but research has shown that as little as 1 post a day can boost your online presence and have significant
Other tasks Wize VA can do are:
1. Develop a social media strategy
2. Schedule tweets and posts on your behalf
3. Keep your social media profiles up to date
4. Manage your Facebook ads
5. Make your business profile more attractive through bespoke cover photos
6. Create new pages and accounts
7. Run and manage online competitions
8. Research your customers and competitors
Following the news that she has been shortlisted as Young Entrepreneur of the Year at the Entrepreneur Wales Awards , Cariann is delighted announce that she has been named a finalist in the Entrepreneur of the Year category for a second year in a row at the Caerphilly Business Forum Awards!
The Caerphilly Business Forum Awards are considered one of Wales’s most hotly contested and prestigious business awards. Rewarding success and recognising business excellence within Caerphilly County Borough over the last 12 months, the Awards are open to businesses of all sizes and from all sectors who can compete for one of 9 coveted titles.
On being shortlisted alongside fellow Welsh ICE members , Founder Gareth Jones and DW Studio David Wiffen, Cariann said:
“It’s always an honour to be shortlisted for an award, but especially so when I can share the night with the amazing entrepreneurs working out of Welsh ICE. I’m proud to be part of the growing business community in Caerphilly and look forward to celebrating on the night with friends and family.”
The Caerphilly Business Forum will be celebrating the 15th anniversary gala awards dinner on Friday 18th November 2016 - hosted by BBC Wales TV Presenter Jamie Owen at Bryn Meadows Golf, Hotel & Spa. Sounds like it's going to be a good night!
With only two months to go until the end of the year, you might be thinking about getting that paper work under control ready for the New Year or finally starting that business card database you've been putting off since January. Problem is -all these little tasks have a tendency to pile up and you can easily end up getting swamped and compromising your time with more important work.
One of the biggest mistakes an entrepreneur can make when starting out or growing a business is trying to wear too many hats. Trying to run every aspect of a business alone is a sure fire way to start missing deadlines and lose that all important work-life balance.
A lot of people may be put off by the thought of hiring a personal assistant to deal with the smaller (but essential) tasks of running a business as they can’t afford to hire someone full time, or even guarantee what hours their PA will be getting each week.We can offer an alternative. Wize offers a great way of outsourcing some of those smaller tasks to relieve your workload as you can give us as little or as much work as you want and know you’ll get be getting the tasks done quickly and efficiently by a skilled team.
Some of the tasks we can help with are:
Some 23% of respondents did not know they would be breaking the law by using a mobile phone while supervising a learner.
This is reiterated on ' the law ' page of helpingdrivers.com, where they state that a supervisor must: