It’s been over a month since I last posted here. Dealing with the restrictions and lockdown of businesses and society has been challenging for all of us.
But now there is light at the end of the tunnel! Restrictions are starting be lifted and businesses are slowly being permitted to open (with certain regulations still in place to continue to protect everyone against this virus).
Today I published a new podcast. This is an audio version of my last uploaded video, along with an updated introduction. As we start to take baby steps toward “normalcy”, make sure that your business is prepared – not just for now, but with a strategy for the future. I have assisted a couple of local businesses recently and they have been kind enough to provide testimonials, which I invite you to read.
These are trying times for all of us! Social distancing, self-isolation, quarantine; these phrases are now part of our everyday vocabulary as we try to keep everyone safe and healthy.
But many are also enduring very difficult times. Many businesses have had to close their doors and lay off their loyal employees. Businesses that have been able to remain open struggle with learning to function with remote staff as their employees learn to work from home. There has been loss of income and governments around the globe are spending enormous amounts to try to ensure that people can survive.
Agapi can help you with this huge paradigm shift. We have experience helping businesses during transitional times. Take a look at our video to learn more.
Welcome to 2020! It’s not just a new year, but also the beginning of a new decade.
After taking a bit of a ‘posting break’ in December, we’re back again bringing you tips and strategies to help you with your business.
A while back, Frank Thomas and I recorded a podcast for the Small Business Tips Show discussing entrepreneurship. Do you think you want to be an entrepreneur? This discussion will tell you the good, the bad and the ugly!
As a business owner, there are likely times when you lose your focus. Maybe you have too much going on to be able to be effective…
Today’s post is a rebroadcast of a podcast done with Frank Thomas of the Small Business Tips Show. You’ll find that the content is as relevant today as it was when it was originally broadcast. Listen in and glean some tips.
Many business owners mistake a marketing campaign for a marketing plan. If you don’t know the difference, it might be time to bring someone in to do an evaluation of your existing marketing and branding to help you grow.
In this podcast, Frank Thomas (Small Business Tips Show) and I discuss how to improve your marketing and uncover some common misconceptions.
The full version of our interview with Frank Thomas of the Small Business Tips Show is now available. In our earlier posts, we broke out our interview into segments of about 10 minutes each. However, some of you may wish to listen all at once so we are publishing it in its entirety here. The podcast is about 40 minutes long.
It’s been a while since our last post, but we have been busy updating our site.
We really hope you like it!
A while ago, Nancy was interviewed by the founder of the Small Business Tips show. Today, we want to share that informative interview with you. The full interview is about 40 minutes long, so we have broken it out into 4 segments, the first of which is available now.
We will be publishing the additional 3 segments over the course of the next 12 days, and the full interview will be published and posted here shortly thereafter. Please take the time to listen, share, and give me your feedback.
Are you ready to grow your business now? If you’re ready to take the next step and make your business more profitable, please reach out to us.
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It’s no secret that social media can help business owners like you connect with customers. Most businesses have Facebook and Twitter accounts to keep loyal fans engaged and attract new customers, too.
But what about YouTube? With over 122 million daily viewers, YouTube can help you grow your business and expand your customer base.
Businesses of all sizes are turning to video marketing as a crucial strategy for customer engagement. And since 6 out of 10 people prefer online video platforms to live TV, it’s no surprise that YouTube reaches more 18-34 and 18-49 year-olds than any cable network!
And YouTube users are watching on the go: More than half of YouTube views come from mobile devices, and the average mobile viewing session lasts 40 minutes! Are you getting visibility like that? With a YouTube channel for your business, you can! Read more