In this article we will review how implementing a sales and growth flywheel into your business will give you exponential growth, more sales, and more revenue all whilst keeping the customer at the heart of your business.
Is the traditional sales funnel dead I hear you cry?
Don’t panic just yet and start cancelling your ClickFunnels account just yet, or pull down your sales funnel.
The traditional sales funnel still has a place in today’s market and a traditional funnel will continue to bring in customers and help businesses generate millions in profit.…
I walked into the meeting room with my new boss and the head of our department. I knew it was appraisal time. In an attempt to be diligent, I had prepared a presentation of all my achievements of the year, my clients record figures, and where I was currently performing against my Key Performance Indicators.
As someone new to the process of appraisals, it was daunting, and I nervously sit down and the conversation starts with…
“You are overzealous, arrogant, and overconfident.” Were the first 3 phrases used to describe my ‘performance’.
Launching can be one of the most stressful periods in business, although it doesn’t have to be. In fact, you don’t have to launch at all if you don’t want to. I have never had a ‘launch period’ in my business, and make continuous sales and onboard new clients.
As an Online Business Manager I have experience working on multiple product launches and seen first-hand successful launches, easy launches, and launches which could cause anyone to breakdown. ‘Success’ can be measured in multiple ways, to have successful launch, in my eyes and for the purpose of this blog post, the launch has to generate multiple sales with minimum stress or burnout. If you currently run a business model where you have larger launches, but find these stressful, this blog is for you.
Inadvertently you could be making launching even morestressful than it needs to be, and the chances are if you have recently had a stressful launch, it’s probably to do with one of the reasons below.…
Is your Facebook group not converting into sales anymore? The reason is, you are no longer building a community!
There is a Facebook group for nearly everything these days, from buy and sell classifieds, to a society for blue jeans and a white top, and a whippet appreciation society. When I first joined Facebook back in 2006, you needed a university e-mail address to have an account. Facebook groups were created for anything and everything, mainly university societies and club nights. Before I created Virtually Amy Kneale I hadn’t participated in Facebook groups for years. At this time I discovered other entrepreneurs and business owners creating Facebook groups (the ‘Owners’) for aspiring business women and business networking.
Since 2017 I have seen the landscape of business networking groups change dramatically. Large Facebook groups such as Melissa Gryffin’s group closed, and others have sprung up in its place. As an Online Business Manager, I have been
During this blog post, I am going to walk you through how to create a waiting list/ customer
You’ve spent months creating your next group program or course, you have scheduled all of your social media posts, created a free live-stream event, and you are ready to hype your course before it’s launched. You are ready to start the launch process.…
Effective collaboration and communication is vital for any project or virtual team. Here I have listed my top 5 tools to improve team collaboration and communication.
Hi, I’m Amy! *Super excited face whilst attempting to shake hands*
This is exactly how I introduced myself on my first day of the university to my new housemates, and as new visitors to my website, I want to welcome you with the same enthusiasm.
I was interested in business from an early age when my grandparents both owned a deli. My grandparents produced and sold award-winning smoked salmon, smoked bacon, and Biltong. I spent my school holidays putting items into their till, making teas, and keeping their customers entertained.
I came up with my very first business slogan when I was 10 whilst in the car on the way to their shop. As their bacon was so popular they couldn’t make enough to meet demand. It was there I said,
“Who said Pigs can’t fly, Farjals bacon does, it