What is SWOT? SWOT is an acronym for Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats. Traditionally, it’s used to examine the business as a whole, for viability as an enterprise. But here, we’re focusing on using it to discover how to improve your website. A SWOT: SWOTs are powerful generators of ideas, identifiers of problems, and course-plotters. Come see how to do one on YOUR website that will drive your website development in.
In the last article, we talked about why client segmentation is important. Now we’re going to show you how to do it. It’s easy! Step by Step instructions. Please feel free to print out the Customer Segmentation Quadrant Template so you can follow along and fill stuff in! Step 1: Identify customer hurdles. Think of what hurdles your customer needs to conquer to make a purchase from you, product or service. It.
Ever feel like you’re wasting a HUGE amount of time? Ever get in front of someone and you right away know – JUST KNOW – that you’re not going to make a sale? Frustrating, isn’t it? Trying to sell to everyone doesn’t work. How many potential customers have you wasted time upon like this? Hours, days, weeks, MONTHS? How much in gas, emotional drain, time away from paying customers? Probably a lot..
The company that tests together, is best together. In our Vision Fridays article I’m going to talk about the culture of testing – and what you can do in your business to build an amazing system – very quickly, I might add – that will pull amazing ideas out of your customer’s heads, increase marketing efficiency, tighten your team, and spearhead product development. Oh, is that all? Why is it.