Blog posts written by members of Glyvolution specifically for this website. We cover a range of topics centralised around the services we offer to our clients. As time goes on, this will be expanded with more sub-categories.
This blog goes out to all the ‘non-sales’ sales people, i.e. those of you that run your own business or have a dual role. This is for those for whom sales is a part of their role but not their whole role, those who don’t have Sales or Business Development in their job title but
Most companies want to improve their bottom line but have you asked yourself what: a reduced tax bill would mean to your bottom line? 2 reduced tax bills would mean to your bottom line? 2 reduced tax bills and a tax rebate would mean to your bottom line? The Government are investing money into innovation
What is a brand and why is it important for improving sales? Your brand distinguishes you from everyone else out there. Just like you, it should be unique, easily identifiable and relatable to your target buyer. Your brand should portray your company values just like you will naturally portray your personal values in everything you
First of all, why go to networking events? If it’s to meet new contacts, possible suppliers, engage with other business people and find out what is going on in the local community then all well and good. If it’s to generate new leads then how is it working out for you so far? Don’t get
Generating sales leads online requires the successful implementation of a number of strategies. The ultimate goal is to drive as much targeted traffic to your website as possible and then convert that traffic into sales leads. In order to convert that traffic into sales leads you first need to sort through your traffic and identify
Many business people are very busy running and managing their own businesses and do not necessarily have enough time to find new Leads or make an appointment to meet new clients, Because of that their businesses sufferers. The Glyvolution way is a cost-effective and efficient system of creating Leeds and setting appointments and it comes with
A quick look at TrueTwit, a simple two-step authentication process for validating individuals that want to follow you on Twitter. We look at why its useful, but also why it could be seen as a blocker for your potential customer-base.
In this first of a series of 'what is' posts, we look at CRM. We'll discuss the benefits, as well as some of the solutions out there that will help improve your process of getting - and keeping - customers.