chatbots for lead generation in home based businesses

Using ChatBots as Sales and Lead generators

First of all, let me tell you that chatbots have claimed my heart. Imagine you start promoting your business on Facebook and you have all these comments and messages coming in.  But you don’t have the time to answer them.  Seems like you need a secretary sitting on Facebook.  Sounds pretty dreamy, right?  That’s kind of what chatbots do, and it can dramatically increase your business. It only makes sense because once you’ve spent your time, energy and money to get those people ONTO your page, you probably want to accomplish something with them.  No one likes to send a message and wait 2, 3, 4 days to hear back, and you probably don’t want to lose those hot leads. I’ll be using chatbots in my own business.  To start out, they’ll help me segment my audience to figure out who I should be selling to, who I should have on …

time management tips for entrepreneurs

Time Management Tips for Entrepreneurs: Free Video!

Everyone is always looking for time management tips for entrepreneurs so today, I went live on my Facebook page to give you some of my top tips on things like: How to properly use your calendar (most people are doing this wrong) Get better sleep by planning and reviewing your day at night Learn that “good enough” is far better than perfection Why multi-tasking and to-do lists are killing your productivity (because there’s no such thing as work-life balance) How to get your family involved in your business Watch the video to hear all my tips.  Tomorrow, I’ll be LIVE again at 11am EST talking about target marketing. Don’t forget to register for the free webinar happening on Wednesday December 15th.  Brand Soldiers are going to band together to understand how to recruit online so you can find new customers and team members every single day.         …

2,536 Reasons To Love Evernote

Why 2,536? Because that’s the number of notes sitting inside my Evernote account right this minute. I love paper. I don’t care if it’s a handwritten shopping list, a physical book, or a newsletter from my son’s school. There’s something in me that just loves the safety of feeling that paper in my hands. Last year, I really started making the switch to be more digital. Every receipt that needs to be kept gets scanned into Evernote for my bookkeeper, Charyl. Every bill now comes to me electronically, and since it’s paid automatically, it gets popped into the note designated for Charyl. My taxes are even 100% virtual. She fills in the paperwork, I approve it and I get everything I need from my CRA login. But I still have a paper problem. Typed lists are awesome, but I like the way my brain feels when I can map something …