Month: November 2017
In a sea of sameness, video can help you stand out and connect in ways other mediums just can’t accomplish.
Words on a website page (or LinkedIn Profile) can only go so far in helping your prospects and clients connect with you; want to do business with you.
Real photos of you and your team working with real clients is SO MUCH better than using a bunch of clip art images that your visitors have already seen in other places.
But nothing engages the senses and draws people in like video… good video.
If you’re thinking, “But I have a face for radio and I stiffen up in front of a camera,” keep reading.READ MORE >
With the holiday season here, you will likely be attending a few social events attended by family, friends, colleagues, and possibly clients and their friends.
Here’s a simple way to talk about your value without coming on strong and chasing guest to the bar for a refill.
Learn Brian Walter’s clever Wow-How-Now Formula to actually appear interesting and maybe even a little fun when someone asks you “What do you?”READ MORE >
3 weeks ago, I was conducting a full-day session and mentioned a recent study that demonstrated that many clients don’t like to be asked for “referrals” but actually enjoy making “introductions.”
About an hour later, I was talking about becoming more “referable” so as to obtain more referrals without asking. A gentleman in the front row politely asked, “Don’t you mean introducable?”
It appears I’m going to have to get a “Referral Swear Jar.” I can see it now. During my speeches and workshops, each time I say “referrals” I’ll have to put a quarter in the jar.READ MORE >
When your prospects are facing the decision to work with you (or not work with you), seeing that others have made that same decision can be very helpful. Sometimes that evidence that comes in the form of social proof, is all they need to decide to move forward to work with you.
If you have prospects, or clients, or centers of influence with a neutral view toward you (if that’s even possible), then the right social proof or piece of evidence can move them into a positive view of you. If they already view you in a positive light, then social proof will strengthen their positive perceptions.READ MORE >