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8 Steps to Create Your Business Strategy – Lighthouse Visionary #business #analyst #jobs


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8 Steps to Create Your Business Strategy

Featured Column in Whistler Question newspaper January 28, 2014

You may have noticed that almost everywhere you looked at the start of January, there was something about the importance of setting goals. It’s enough to turn you off of planning for the future but at the very least, it is particularly important to set out direction for your business.

Strategic planning is described as “an organization s process of defining its strategy, or direction, and making decisions on allocating its resources to pursue this strategy.”

Simply put, strategic plans create a road map to determine where an organization is going, how it s going to get there and how it will recognize success.

This segues into an opportunity to create not only a direction for the organization but also to craft a team vision. What kind of team do they want to be? Allow them to identify their team values and define what they want to achieve. Business is moving away from isolated mentalities and has a fresh perspective of a team.

Following are eight phases for the strategic planning process.

  1. Preparation. Identify reasons for planning and determine what outcome your organization wants from this process. Involve a cross-functional team to ensure the plan is realistic and collaborative.
  2. Mission, Vision and Values. Create them if you don’t have them and ensure they are still relevant if they already exist because this is the foundation of your business.
  3. Assess Your Situation. Often referred to as a “SWOT” (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats), this is a tool to examine internal (strengths and weaknesses) and external (opportunities and threats) elements of a business. By reviewing all these factors as they relate to your business, you are able to create key objectives to leverage strengths, minimize weaknesses, capitalize on opportunities and evaluate threats.
  4. Agree on Goals and Objectives. A great definition is “the difference between where we are (current status) and where we want to be (vision and goals) is what we do (target objectives and action plans). In other words, goals are a statement of the visions, specifying accomplishments to be achieved if the vision is to become real. Objectives are statements of specific activities required to achieve the goals, starting from the current status.
  5. Create Action Plans and Timelines. Action planning typically includes deciding who is going to do what and by when and in what order for the organization to reach its strategic goals.
  6. Write the Plan. Complicated plans will collect dust on a shelf. A simple, user-friendly format will encourage those responsible for implementation to refer to it frequently.
  7. Implement the Plan. This is often where things fall apart so it’s imperative to specify the plan’s implementation roles and responsibilities with clear action plans for at least the first 90 days. Also, integrating the plan’s goals and objectives into performance reviews creates a powerful incentive.
  8. Evaluate and Monitor the Plan. Strategies are not set in stone and can be modified based on progress made, obstacles encountered, and the changing environment.

Paving a path is a key ingredient to business success. As Jack Kinder said, “High achievement always takes place in the framework of high expectation.”


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How to sell your business: Planning the exit strategy – Small Business #business #card

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How to sell your business: Planning the exit strategy

How small and medium businesses can take on flexible working

Some 57 per cent of employees say the availability of flexible working in their workplace is important to them, according to Sage data. This guide to Sage 200 Online shows why more and more businesses are turning to the cloud.

Controlling Cash Flow – Learn to master your money

Find out how five small businesses met the challenges of raising finance, from drawing up a business plan to securing investment. Complete with expert guides and tips to help you through the process.

The Vitesse Network

Further Information

Vitesse Media Plc, 14 Bonhill Street, London EC2A 4BX T. 0207 250 7010

2016 Vitesse Media Plc

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Udemy Business Strategy Courses Review #business #postcards


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Udemy Business Strategy Courses Review

A strategy can be defined in many different ways, but essentially all definitions encompass several key elements. A business strategy is defined as the decisions a company makes when it comes to discuss its business objectives and the ways of achieving them. A good strategy will include the clear definition of goals, as well as the plan with which the company will pursue said goals.

An Udemy business strategy class can prepare you with ways to best create and implement a business strategy. More than anything, strategy training is first and foremost about analysis. One must understand the business they are in, the market surrounding it, and the obstacles and/or competition which stands in the way of achieving the goals that were set. Because the business world can be unpredictable, analysis is crucial. When done correctly, analysis of internal and external data can help maximize the company’s potential, make smart use of its resources, and gear it towards success.

A strategy should also include the scope of the business, and the value or impact – monetary or otherwise – that the company will have on itself, its environment, its customers, clients, and shareholders. In that sense, strategy is the very foundation of any business, company, or enterprise. A strategy makes plain the bigger questions which drive any business: what business are we in? How do we succeed in it, taking into account our available resources? What are our objectives, on a small and large scale? How do we make those objectives happen in the best possible way?

Business Strategies, thanks to Udemy

The Udemy business strategy courses page displays the top free courses, the top paid courses, and new and mention-worthy courses. Examples of the courses are: Sales and Business Case Development ($89), Productivity Management Formula ($125), Listbuilding for Internet Marketers ($199), and Foundations of Business Strategy (Free).

The courses on Udemy also provide training which promotes innovation, smart planning, and customer retention. Udemy offers courses on drafting a business plan, naming a business, using the internet for marketing purposes, and managing a product responsibly.

Idea Validation

One very popular course is Idea Validation from idea to paying customer in 1 day, by instructor Evan Kimbrell. Kimbrell is the founder and director of San Francisco-based SprintKick, a digital agency which provides solutions to anyone and everyone with an idea. From design through development to deployment – Kimbrell’s company does it all, and has a proven track record.

Kimbrell’s course is all about validating a business idea before deploying it, sort of ‘beta testing’ it in the shallow waters. In his course, Kimbrell teaches students how to develop an idea from scratch, experiment with it, and avoid the problems and pitfalls which cause many – if not all – business ventures to fall flat on their faces. The course has over 51 lectures and nearly 9 hours of content, and has been taken by nearly 4000 students. This course has no pre-requisites, other than an internet connection. Of course, some knowledge of basic online research techniques can be beneficial, but it is not necessary.

This course is intended for anyone with an idea: entrepreneurs, product managers, small business owners, marketers, and basically anyone who is interested in testing the waters online before committing to a specific plan.

Analyzing An Idea (or Product)

Kimbrell’s course is the very definition of good business strategizing. It aims to help out those who already have an idea or product, but are interested in analysis. Kimbrell’s teaches his students to analyze their idea or product, and the market in which they are in, in order to see if the goals which they are interested in achieving are indeed achievable. According to Kimbrell, most businesses fail because they lack proper planning and testing. In his course, he provides valuable tools which will save those who use them time and money, and ensure that once they finally do launch, there will be a lot less risk involved.

Students which took the course had very good things to say about both the class itself and its instructor. Only one student said he was forced to listen to the lectures in the form of a podcast, since Kimbrell’s body language was very distracting. Kimbrell’s course is well-organized, and provides a great starting point for all business newcomers.

Related topics are found on the strategy Udemy page. Courses on productivity, finance. web development. and running a home business are displayed as quick links, for easy access and navigation throughout the Udemy website .


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HTML5 Charts and Alerts

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Powerful Market Alerts

With Zignals you can select from 50+ different types of alerts: covering price, volume and technical triggers. Simple one-click setup will keep you one step ahead of the market.

In-App, SMS Email Delivery

Zignals offers multiple ways to receive your alerts. In-app notifications keep you informed as you watch the market. While SMS and Email delivery alerts you while you are away.

View Alert Winners

Track alert performance on a chart or in tabulated form. Triggers can be viewed independently or in combination, showing potential gain (or loss!).

Try Zignals’ Alerts for Free

We offer a range of competitive monthly, quarterly and annual packages, but you can start building alerts on some of the leading equities in the market right now – for free.

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Pro Users can build custom watchlists. Watchlists support group alerts and quick view charting. Prices start at $10 a month.

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Real Estate Websites – Real Estate Marketing Software #real #estate #marketing, #real #estate #software,

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Self-Customizable Real Estate Websites

Customize and make updates to your own real estate website with our easy-to-use web interface. Choose your design and color. Easily insert graphics, logos, photos, and text. Our tools make it simple to do yourself! You can update or make changes an unlimited amount of times. We have experienced designers standing by to assist you, if you have any questions.

Unlimited pages! Unlimited listings! Unlimited pictures! Unlimited hits!

RapidListings has created an impressive professional and corporate website solution that will not limit you, in your efforts to effectively market on the web. Why pay thousands of dollars for a designer to create a real estate website that is not even as good as the real estate site you can create yourself? RapidListings will provide you the tools to establish an effective online presence and enhance your professional image.

100 s Of Real Estate Website Design Options To Choose From

Why get stuck with a design company that will not grow with your business? RapidListings is constantly adding new templates and features to give it s clients the competitive edge. We offer a huge real estate template selection, in which we are constantly adding new and fresh designs to. You can easily switch the design of your real estate website with the click of a button and not lose any of the information or pages that you have added to your real estate website. Take a look at our Real Estate Template Selection .

Here are some examples of Websites that Real Estate Agents have created with our program-


Domains and Email Accounts

Lead Generating IDX/MLS Feeds

You may import an existing frameable MLS feed from your local MLS Board to use in our IDX Module with any Professional or Corporate account, or opt to use our own IDX solution instead. Our IDX solution offers you an unbelievable amount of flexibility and cutting edge lead generating tools for your real estate websites. Each feed comes with Automatic E-mail notification and User Search Save features. E-mail notification automatically notifies your visitors when new homes are entered into the MLS that match their criteria. User Search Saves will keep your prospective clients returning to view their saved listings. You are provided an administration panel to view the activity generated by your IDX solution. More information on IDX Features and IDX Coverage Area .

Create Your Own Listings Database

Easily Add listings to your website in just minutes, with our easy to use control panel. Create your own virtual database of listings that you can easily set-up to share with other RapidListings websites for more exposure. Small offices or partners can easily share their virtual database with the listing share program .

Lead Capturing Tools

Your professional real estate website solution will be loaded with proven lead generating tools, to help turn those visitors into a stack of leads that will need to be followed up with. Each time a lead is generated with one of our real estate websites, they are stored in a contact manager and you are instantly contacted via e-mail, cell phone, or text message. Easily set-up an auto-responder to help incubate your leads until you are able to contact them directly. See more on Lead Generation Tools .


Search Engine Optimized

RapidListings real estate websites are highly optimized for the search engines. When you create your website, it is automatically generated with the proper meta-tags for your individual selling area. Easily adjust your meta-tags in your control panel with our custom website meta-wizard.

The On-page Optimization of your real estate website will help bolster your site through the search engines for the keywords you want to come up for. Your control panel is packed with tips and resources to obtain the results you are looking for.

Real Estate Content Pages

Turn on the pre-loaded content pages to provide an abundance of real estate related information for your website visitors. These content pages can be easily be edited to suit your individual needs. The extra content will hold the visitors to your site longer, and help increase the importance of your real estate website in the search engines. The Custom Pages feature will allow you to create your own content pages as well, complete with photos, flash files, or PDF files.

Experienced and Friendly Support

Our support and sales staff is comprised of experienced designers. Our program is one of the most flexible and easy-to-use systems offered. After using our online real estate software program to create your real estate websites, you will probably ask yourself why you didn t start this sooner. We encourage our clients to contact us anytime they have a question. Our friendly staff is standing by to answer your questions.

We offer Support Monday-Friday 8am 12pm / 1pm 5pm Central Time.

Get up and running in under 5min!

To start simply select the real estate website plan that fits you best below or click more features to view more features of the selected package. We have included a few of our client sites to show you just a little of what our sites can do for you.

Note: Because of the flexibility we give agents with their sites, some of these examples may or may not have all of the features turned on on their sites. Or some of the content they have placed on their websites may not be included with your website package.


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    Marketing Strategy: The 7 Universal Brand-Management Truths, CMO Strategy, brand management strategy.#Brand #management #strategy


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    The 7 Universal Brand-Management Truths

    By Nitish Gupta. Published on January 05, 2010 .

    Brand management strategy

    In my years with Procter & Gamble and Heinz, I have come to realize that no matter what the product or service, the key principles for building a great brand remain the same. By staying true to these seven principles, a marketer can weather economic highs and lows while building an iconic brand for target consumers.

    1. Leverage information via hypothesis-led data analysis. This refers to leveraging information and converting it into a forceful rationale to take the right action for the brand. Key to this is understanding the issue at hand by anchoring the hypothesis and then looking at the data or information to prove the hypothesis right or wrong.

    The pain-relief medicine brand Aleve had been struggling with single-digit market share. The team anchored two hypotheses: Consumers were not aware of the brand Aleve, and consumers were aware but didn’t want to try the brand. Through data mining, they found that 35% of heavy pain-relief medicine users had tried Aleve in the past year but had been using other brands as well. Thus the issue was clear that the brand had the awareness and trial but needed to drive loyalty. Then, based on the top attributes that drove preference for the brand (control over pain, and freedom to do things you want), they developed the “Dramatic Difference” campaign, resulting in an almost 10% to 20% increase in sales and shares hitting an all-time high.

    2. Understand the competition and maintain your point of difference. Having a broader category-competitive understanding is important because that sets the context under which consumers will be viewing your brand. It’s critical to maintain the point of difference for your brand and play to its strengths.

    When Coke managed to get sponsorship rights for the 1996 Cricket World Cup in India, Pepsi gauged the competitive threat and stuck to its point of difference (youthful rebellion brand positioning). It launched the “nothing official about it” campaign during the Cricket World Cup, which actually helped Pepsi strengthen its leadership position in India.

    3. Be consistent with your positioning over time and across platforms. For any brand, it’s imperative to create a distinctive and meaningful position in the mind of consumers for the offering. So no matter what brand extension or innovation you are planning for your brand, ensure that it builds on and strengthens that distinctive positioning.

    The Dove brand has extended across categories from skin care to hair care to others like deodorants by positioning itself on the soft/smooth platform and the fact that it contains moisturizing milk. Dove deodorants are positioned as leaving the underarms feeling soft and smooth. The brand has extended itself only in those categories where these soft/smooth and “contains moisturizing milk” equities are relevant, thus staying true to the positioning over time and across platforms, thus strengthening the brand.

    4. Know what your target consumer wants. Evaluating all the marketing choices from the vantage point of the consumer will help you to connect with the consumer and genuinely make a positive difference in his or her life. It’s important to understand both the stated and unstated needs — the insights into your target consumers’ lives.

    Louis Vuitton was launched in the late 1800s by supplying LV-branded suitcases to travelers. Travel then was a luxury afforded to only the wealthiest. Thus the brand became a symbol of status — it helped consumers showcase their differences from others. By leveraging this core human insight, LV was able to extend to shoes, apparel and bags. It has became one of the most extended brands but has suffered almost no diminishing returns. The brand was positioned not just on a functional need (like storage), but instead it tapped into deeper insights to connect with consumers.

    5. Manage budgets with a “scarcity” mentality. Working with a scarcity mentality will help you maximize returns for every dollar spent by answering the question, “Is this the best way to spend dollars on marketing my brand, or is this money better spent elsewhere to generate greater returns?”

    Starbucks, instead of spending money on TV advertising, clusters an area with its stores, increasing total revenue and market share. This was contrary to what established retailing houses did, which was to avoid placing stores near each other so as not to cannibalize sales at existing outlets. For Starbucks, doing so resulted in reduced supply costs and made management of the stores cheaper, which more than made up for sales lost to cannibalization. Thus, funding for expansion from internal cash flow was a judicious use of money. Until recently, Starbucks spent just 1% of its revenues on marketing and advertising (compared to more than 10% for companies of the same size).

    6. Get the right pricing that offers value in the eyes of consumers. Pricing determines the value that your consumers get for your offering: Perceived consumer value equals perceived brand benefit/price. Thus it’s critical to decide the pricing strategy for your brand so that there is a net positive value for your consumers.

    Gillette’s pricing strategy for its flagship men’s razors and blades brand focuses on regularly upgrading them, and hence pricing up on their newest offerings. The innovations are consumer significant, so that they are ready to pay a premium to upgrade to the latest offering. Right from their twin blade to triple-blade Mach3 to Mach3 Turbo (with vibrating motor) to Gillette Fusion (with an additional trimming blade), their upgrades have been significant, and as a result they’ve been able to charge a more than 10% premium with them.

    7. Motivate the team via thought leadership. Building a successful brand requires dedicated support, not just from the leader but from the whole multifunctional team — sales, research, R ?>

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    How to sell your business: Planning the exit strategy – Small Business #free #business

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    How to sell your business: Planning the exit strategy

    How small and medium businesses can take on flexible working

    Some 57 per cent of employees say the availability of flexible working in their workplace is important to them, according to Sage data. This guide to Sage 200 Online shows why more and more businesses are turning to the cloud.

    Controlling Cash Flow – Learn to master your money

    Find out how five small businesses met the challenges of raising finance, from drawing up a business plan to securing investment. Complete with expert guides and tips to help you through the process.

    The Vitesse Network

    Further Information

    Vitesse Media Plc, 14 Bonhill Street, London EC2A 4BX T. 0207 250 7010

    2016 Vitesse Media Plc

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    We focus on small to mid-size businesses looking for a seasoned Internet marketing company to manage their online marketing efforts and would like their account to have the attention not available at bigger agencies or web dev companies. Our strengths are in our experience, a results-oriented approach to our campaigns and more importantly, listening to our clients needs.

    E-commerce: Sell Online

    Everybody s selling online. With the right system, it is a secure low-cost option that makes online shopping easy and streamlines administration.

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    We provide expertise in all forms of internet marketing strategies for big and small businesses alike. Two of the most important strategies include SEO SMO.

    If you want your company to be searched for and found on the web, search engine optimization (SEO) is crucial. We offer wide-ranging experience in obtaining high level ranking with the major search engines and keep current on the latest developments and changes on search tools.

    Social Media Optimization (SMO) is all about building relationships with your target audiences and developing a two-way dialogue. You talk directly to those who buy your products/services, getting immediate feedback on what you are offering. We include services such as setting up your company s Facebook, Twitter, etc.

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    Udemy Business Strategy Courses Review #small #business #magazine


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    Udemy Business Strategy Courses Review

    A strategy can be defined in many different ways, but essentially all definitions encompass several key elements. A business strategy is defined as the decisions a company makes when it comes to discuss its business objectives and the ways of achieving them. A good strategy will include the clear definition of goals, as well as the plan with which the company will pursue said goals.

    An Udemy business strategy class can prepare you with ways to best create and implement a business strategy. More than anything, strategy training is first and foremost about analysis. One must understand the business they are in, the market surrounding it, and the obstacles and/or competition which stands in the way of achieving the goals that were set. Because the business world can be unpredictable, analysis is crucial. When done correctly, analysis of internal and external data can help maximize the company’s potential, make smart use of its resources, and gear it towards success.

    A strategy should also include the scope of the business, and the value or impact – monetary or otherwise – that the company will have on itself, its environment, its customers, clients, and shareholders. In that sense, strategy is the very foundation of any business, company, or enterprise. A strategy makes plain the bigger questions which drive any business: what business are we in? How do we succeed in it, taking into account our available resources? What are our objectives, on a small and large scale? How do we make those objectives happen in the best possible way?

    Business Strategies, thanks to Udemy

    The Udemy business strategy courses page displays the top free courses, the top paid courses, and new and mention-worthy courses. Examples of the courses are: Sales and Business Case Development ($89), Productivity Management Formula ($125), Listbuilding for Internet Marketers ($199), and Foundations of Business Strategy (Free).

    The courses on Udemy also provide training which promotes innovation, smart planning, and customer retention. Udemy offers courses on drafting a business plan, naming a business, using the internet for marketing purposes, and managing a product responsibly.

    Idea Validation

    One very popular course is Idea Validation from idea to paying customer in 1 day, by instructor Evan Kimbrell. Kimbrell is the founder and director of San Francisco-based SprintKick, a digital agency which provides solutions to anyone and everyone with an idea. From design through development to deployment – Kimbrell’s company does it all, and has a proven track record.

    Kimbrell’s course is all about validating a business idea before deploying it, sort of ‘beta testing’ it in the shallow waters. In his course, Kimbrell teaches students how to develop an idea from scratch, experiment with it, and avoid the problems and pitfalls which cause many – if not all – business ventures to fall flat on their faces. The course has over 51 lectures and nearly 9 hours of content, and has been taken by nearly 4000 students. This course has no pre-requisites, other than an internet connection. Of course, some knowledge of basic online research techniques can be beneficial, but it is not necessary.

    This course is intended for anyone with an idea: entrepreneurs, product managers, small business owners, marketers, and basically anyone who is interested in testing the waters online before committing to a specific plan.

    Analyzing An Idea (or Product)

    Kimbrell’s course is the very definition of good business strategizing. It aims to help out those who already have an idea or product, but are interested in analysis. Kimbrell’s teaches his students to analyze their idea or product, and the market in which they are in, in order to see if the goals which they are interested in achieving are indeed achievable. According to Kimbrell, most businesses fail because they lack proper planning and testing. In his course, he provides valuable tools which will save those who use them time and money, and ensure that once they finally do launch, there will be a lot less risk involved.

    Students which took the course had very good things to say about both the class itself and its instructor. Only one student said he was forced to listen to the lectures in the form of a podcast, since Kimbrell’s body language was very distracting. Kimbrell’s course is well-organized, and provides a great starting point for all business newcomers.

    Related topics are found on the strategy Udemy page. Courses on productivity, finance. web development. and running a home business are displayed as quick links, for easy access and navigation throughout the Udemy website .


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