It's live!! This week's podcast episode - How to convert your website visitors into customers with the lovely Liza Simpson from @wavecreative.
It’s a way too familiar story. You have engaged a web development company that sold you all the bells and whistles and made big promises about design and tonnes of traffic Your new site goes live and it looks okay, hey it even looks pretty good. So why is it that six months in you still haven’t produced a handful or even a single lead? A well-structured, fast and stunning website is only one piece of the puzzle. To generate real leads for your business, you need to drive quality traffic to your site. And let us tell you, this takes months of hard work to deliver organically. So, do you consider paid traffic? We talk about how you can maximise your ad spend with these effective strategies.
I really loved this conversation but just a little tip - grab a pen and paper when you're listening because there are some great tips that you won't want to miss!
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#speed#order - Where do you need to crank it up a notch this week to make that shift? Where would getting organized help you get your act together? What is one thing today you can do differently to get that going?
Consistency can be defined as “the achievement of a level of performance that does not vary greatly in quality over time.” In fact, no Food business can be considered effective or successful without the ability to reliably replicate dishes time after time.
The key to repeat business is consistency in both what you offer and how you deliver it. Customers will be loyal and return again and again when they have confidence in your products and services. They will come back when they trust they will have a consistent experience each and every time they patronize your business. The strength of customer loyalty is in direct proportion to the confidence they feel regarding how well you will consistently deliver on your service promise•
By implementing proven systems — including the latest procedures, products and programs for cooking — operators can more accurately control the variables that affect food quality and consistency.
1. Source food products from the same vendors — at the same specs for size, brand and delivery temperature.
2. Standardize recipes - consider details like ingredients, itemized weight/volume and specific preparation instructions.
3. Make notes about cooking time and temperature, serving size, recipe yield and necessary equipment and utensils.
Consistency is a foundational goal for any food business — regardless of service style.
By considering the cooking equipment, team procedures and specific programs at work in the kitchen, operators can guarantee a higher level of food quality with every order, every day.
Should vs feeling.
When you attach feeling to an emotion for a task, you automatically create a room for escape. It’s like you preparing to fail and not feel guilty about it. But when you ‘feel like it’ becomes a ‘should’ or must do’ then you rid yourself of every excuse in the book why it can’t me done.
It’s technically “Tuesday” but I’m just wrapping up a late night work marathon. 💁🏼♀️The last week has been SO MUCH FUN & I am so grateful for the new friends I’ve made on this journey. Seriously, I’ve received some of the kindest messages. So. Thank you friends, because you are the reason I LOVE this job so much. It doesn’t even feel like “work”. 😭❤️ Also. I’ll try to continue to give you the realest version of our lives. Because even though we’re photographers & our job is to make things look beautiful - we’d much rather make friends who can see us on our normal days than try to pretend we’ve always got it all together. 😘
In un mondo che cambia così velocemente, l'unica strategia destinata sicuramente a fallire è non rischiare.
Un ottimo modo per superare la paura del rischio è quello di impostare obiettivi chiari, scritti e misurabili, agire e rivedere regolarmente quegli obiettivi.