Tag: solution

Prove You’re a B2B Superhero

You know it: Your B2B brand consistently outperforms rivals due to your leadership, excellence and momentum in your niche. But do your most desirable prospects know? Today more B2B purchasers start their research online than B2C; sales often start with a Google search. This trend means your brand has a massive, untapped opportunity to strategically […]

Continue Reading

Teamwork as a Competitive Advantage

This week, the world’s best soccer players begin competing in the 2014 World Cup and their high-performing teams can teach businesses how to win. Effective communication among teammates – on the soccer pitch or in the boardroom – can increase productivity, heighten morale and improve efficiency. Use these communication tips to turn your team into […]

Continue Reading

Nail Your Elevator Pitch

Successful professionals and business owners know how to toot their own horn – fast – to turn strangers into customers, investors or part of their network. To learn from their best practices, remember that your audience is busy, so you have less than a minute to make meaningful connections, establish credibility and showcase your talent. Use […]

Continue Reading

Sell With Words: 10 Tips

Captivating content marketing is all about starting with a solid plan. Here are some tips on what to do before you start writing. 1. Focus on your goal. You want the reader to respond, whether it’s though buying your service or visiting your website. Identify the main objectives of your content marketing strategy then focus […]

Continue Reading

Strategic Thinking: A Competitive Advantage

Before I write anything, I make sure I understand my clients’ business objectives. This practice helps me align my writing with solutions to the problems that keep CEOs awake at night. It’s worth the effort to consistently consider the big picture before you communicate. Strategy matters to your competitiveness because it helps you: Sort through […]

Continue Reading

Case Study: Strategic Language

Communication Challenge: A brilliant client of mine held itself back by using academic and technical language on its website. The copy was more suitable for post-graduate English or IT professors than its true audience. In fact, a readability test tool suggested readers would need 17 years of formal education to comprehend the copy! Strategic Solutions: […]

Continue Reading