As we all begin to emerge from this pandemic, you may be thinking new client development is going to look completely different than it did two years ago. Although we may not have as many lunch meetings as we used to, and most of our days are now filled with Zoom meetings, one thing still […]
Wondering about the ROI of marketing? In this post we are going to focus on how to quantifiably measure your marketing results.
I’ve compiled some LinkedIn best practices for you on how to fully complete your profile, add quality connections, and start engaging!
The very first thing you need to do is complete your LinkedIn profile. The simple fact is that we live in a virtual society and even if your primary source for new business is from referrals, prospective clients will still Google your name before they contact you. LinkedIn is generally one of the top pages that people will find, so let’s make yours a great profile!
Times are changing, and our definition of professionalism is at the forefront of that transformation. This blog post examines the two largest paradigm shifts that working professionals can expect to see in post-pandemic America. any Americans still hold views of professionalism rooted in the patriarchal, sexist, and racially exclusionary tropes of 1950s America.
Today’s lesson will focus on the importance of proper manners on professional video calls. At PSM Marketing, we’ve experienced many of these faux pas firsthand. While it’s important to have patience for technical snags (like lag time), you can avoid many frustrations by following these 8 guidelines for video call etiquette.
When the COVID-19 lockdowns were ordered, webpages, blogs and items written for social media feeds needed to make a fast, hard turn to remain relevant. Now that businesses are starting to open back up, another shift is required. Find out what you can do to remain relevant and necessary as the economy begins to open up.
During these challenging times many of us are literally wringing our hands wondering how we can maintain our professional relationships while being under a quarantine. And if you’re a person that provides a service, then you are used to being able to meet with your clients, prospects and referral sources in person at your office, a coffee shop or a restaurant. But as we all know those meetings are simply not possible right now due to the COVID-19 restrictions. Here are 6 tips to help you stay in touch with your contacts in a meaningful way during our ‘stay at home’ mandate.
It’s not easy to focus on blogs and adding new webpages when you’re working in your home with bored kids wanting attention, maybe a dog running around the house who also wants you to play or the cat deciding your keyboard is the perfect place to walk across, and when just going to the store for food can be a daunting task. But remaining pertinent and valuable to your clients is more important now than ever.
This period of social distancing has been a difficult adjustment for our society. With apocalyptic headlines gracing our e-news feeds, it’s tough to avoid a sense of impending doom. However, this is also a prescient time for retrospection and thoughtfulness. How we respond in challenging times like this can shape our worldview moving forward. More importantly, it can help shape the world view of others. Here are 8 ways to be mindful during the COVID-19 pandemic →