Sunday, November 22, 2009

Taking Your Pulse is a new addition to eBusiness 2001-2009.

This is your opportunity to share your views.

Each week a "position statement" is going to be offered for your response.

Here is this week's "position statement" for your consideration and response...

"Make a difference in your marketing strategy by by offering
to your clients Facebook, FreeForum, Squidoo, Twitter and
all the other cool apps that are available to you.
"
- Dr. Rae

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

NOW on Your Wireless Media Device
From The Baum Group Collection
on "how-to" eSolutions...
Community Engagement: Needed for 2010

"Encourage and support others and yourself with creativity
and enthusiasm.
" Your Weekly StressTip


Have you ever wondered what your life would be like with community
engagement?

As we get closer to the end of 2009, we begin to look forward to what
is needed for 2010 with anticipation and grace.

We look forward to community engagement with our family and friends,
our business associates, employees and partners.

Community engagement refers to the process by which organizations
and individuals build ongoing, permanent relationships for the purpose
of applying a collective vision for the benefit of everyone. (Wikipedia)

Businesses that encourage the use of social media and provide access
to social media create community engagement. (The Über-Connected
Organization: A Mandate for 2010
)

Marketing is changing; it's becoming more collaborative, more community
oriented for those who actively seek out social media to engage with one
another.

As you scan the work place you begin to notice businesses looking at
community engagement as a way to being more productive, and a way
to building trust between one another.

Those who engage with each other build trust and are more productive
than those who don't
.

Read More >>>

Preview of Next Blog ~ December 2, 2009
Meet the Best ~ 25

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Taking Your Pulse is a new addition to eBusiness 2001-2009.

This is your opportunity to share your views.

Each week a "position statement" is going to be offered for your response.

Here is this week's "position statement" for your consideration and response...

"Know, really know your client/customer.  Making her/him feel
recognized and welcome has a big impact on the collaboration
and engagement phase of your marketing strategy.
"
- Dr. Rae

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

NOW on Your Wireless Media Device
From The Baum Group Collection
on "how-to" eSolutions...
Motivational News You Can Use ~ XXIV

"Family is all about loving, and rising above adversity and differences
in being together.
"  Your Weekly StressTip


Here is another preview of the Motivational News You Can Use
eBook Volume Two (ask for your pre-order price discount.)

*  Accept and deal with your biggest challenges.

*  Appreciate, be grateful for and enjoy your achievements.

*  Challenge yourself in different ways to get motivated.

*  Know what your biggest challenges are every day.

*  Optimize your potential to live the capacity of your being.

*  Stay motivated every day.

Press this link to get motivated

Read More >>>

Preview of Next Blog
Community Engagement: Needed for 2010

Sunday, November 08, 2009

Taking Your Pulse is a new addition to eBusiness 2001-2009.

This is your opportunity to share your views.

Each week a "position statement" is going to be offered for your response.

Here is this week's "position statement" for your consideration and response...

"Empowerment to engage with clients/customers gains and retains business."
- Dr. Rae

Wednesday, November 04, 2009

NOW on Your Wireless Media Device
From The Baum Group Collection
on eSolutions...
Meet the Best ~ 24

"Be mindful of your biggest challenges by being proactive and staying
proactive every day in your business life, in your personal life, and in
your professional life."

Your Weekly StressTip


What would your life be like if you had a personal mentor to guide
you on a daily, weekly and monthly basis -- on information products
of your choosing?

Certainly your life is worth investing in yourself.

Here are mentors who have recently touched our lives and we are
pleased to share them with you in this entry of Meet the Best.

Introducing with appreciation and gratitude this month's "meet the
best" mentors Allegiance, Inc.

Allegiance Inc. came into our lives when we wanted to learn more
about engagement in every aspect of our life.

Engagement: Winning the Battle for Customer and Employee Hearts
and Minds
, is a collection of papers about business engagement
written by Allegiance, J.D. Power and Associates, Pepper & Rogers
Group, Customer Think, and other thought leaders and industry
practitioners.

Here are few excerpts for your consideration...

"...the single and most important element necessary to
build and sustain engagement...is trust.  Engagement implies
trust and you can't have authentic engagement in the absence
of a trusting relationship, one that possesses both character
(the right intent) as well as competence (the ability to do the
right thing)."  [p. 39]

"One of the biggest business growth opportunities today is to
focus on engagement.  Companies that make it fundamental
to their business cannot be touched by competitors.  They
enjoy more profits during tough times and grow faster during
good times.  It truly is an untapped opportunity..."  [p. 49]

"...Use Customer Feedback and Real-Time Attitudinal Data
to Understand Customer Emotions and Unlock New Growth"
[pp. 55-67]

Read more >>>

Preview of Next Blog
Motivational News You Can Use ~ XXIV

Sunday, November 01, 2009

Taking Your Pulse is a new addition to eBusiness 2001-2009.

This is your opportunity to share your views.

Each week a "position statement" is going to be offered for your response.

Here is this week's "position statement" for your consideration and response...

"Today's top sales leaders...
Have a clear vision of where they're going.
Position themselves powerfully in the minds of customers.
Build alliances rather than go it alone.
Ask powerful questions that result in new sales opportunities.
Create a value proposition that neutralizes the competition.
Communicate well and persuasively.
Embrace accountability and responsibility.
"
- Ron Karr

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