Thursday, July 12, 2012
Small business lessons from Jeff Foxworty? Who knew? Jim Blasingame uses the Jeff Foxworthy routine to talk about fundamental lessons for small business survival, like marketing and your online strategy.
Here are more lessons from the Jeff Foxworthy routine. Jim Blasingame finishes his small business survival lessons based on the Jeff Foxworthy routine, including financial, banking and sales.
Being an expert gives your small business an advantage. Paula Lovell joins Jim Blasingame to encourage small business owners to think of themselves as experts and become a thought-leader to local media outlets.
Become a thought-leader by writing what you know. Paula Lovell joins Jim Blasingame to encourage small business owners to write what they know about their business and use the media to get your knowledge published.
Distribute your thought-leadership within your own customer communities. Paula Lovell joins Jim Blasingame to encourage small business owners to express thought-leadership in social media platforms within their own communities.
How does an organic farm business work? Michael Menzies joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the key elements of an organic farm, including how it differs from other farming, and developing Community Supported Agriculture program.
Organic farming is not the same thing as green farming. Michael Menzies joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the green components of his organic farm, including creating his own diesel fuel and electricity.
How sustainable is your competitive advantage? Bob Prosen joins Jim Blasingame to talk about maintaining a competitive advantage when your products and pricing is not why customers buy from you.
When relevance drives your competitive advantage. Bob Prosen joins Jim Blasingame to explain how to use technology and new media to qualify prospects, and how to get more sales with fewer salespeople.
Prospecting for customers by giving before you get. Bob Prosen joins Jim Blasingame to explan how to acquire highly qualified prospects with a strategy of "giving before you get" by providing more information and less commercials.