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We all need a little inspiration from time to time. It’s like when you want to revamp your living room, so you spend six hours scrolling through lifestyle boards on Pinterest.
The same benefits can arise from getting a peek at chatbot examples. Maybe you already know that your Knowledge Commerce business needs a chatbot, but you’re not sure how to implement one successfully.
We’ve been talking about chatbots and Facebook Messenger a lot lately on the Kajabi blog and there’s a good reason...
These days, every business is competing for market share. While product quality and branding are undeniably part of amassing market share, customer service matters more than just about anything else.
Maybe you’ve interacted with a business that disappointed you in the past. It could have been a restaurant, an HVAC company, a retail store, or an online service.
Did you decide to never patronize that business again? You wouldn’t be alone. Many consumers stop spending their money at establishments that offer poor customer service.
When it comes to marketing metrics, we all know you’ve got plenty to choose from, right? But for those of us don’t exactly have “beautiful minds” and aren’t solving long form equations on chalkboards to pass the time...there’s good news!
Less is actually more in the land of business performance.
In fact, data overload can cripple a Knowledge Commerce business. All that time crunching the wrong numbers, could’ve been time spent on launching new projects and making sales.
Learning how to write a testimonial can help you elicit better testimonials from your customers. After all, if you don’t know what a great testimonial looks like, how can you know whether yours are effective?
Many businesses post hundreds (or even thousands) of lackluster testimonials on their websites. These testimonials often read like the review section of a product page on Amazon:
- Fantastic product!
- Couldn’t live without it!
- I can’t recommend [product] enough!
- Get one! You won’t be sorry!
Learning how to write a blog post seems pretty easy, right? In fact, you might already blog on a regular basis.
However, blogging has changed over the last few years. Reader expectations have heightened, and the same old content just won’t cut it anymore.
Blogging has become an integral part of most businesses’ marketing strategies. You don’t want to get left behind.