Tuesday, 9 November 2021

How to become a better writer

 
Hello fellow writers, 
 
We all struggle to outdo ourselves each day in order to become a better writer. I can't help sharing this amazing infographic from Semrush, as it pretty much sums everything that's worth practicing, after all, why reinvent the wheel! 
 
Follow these 16 steps on your journey to achieve your goal and do write in the comments if you have more of these amazing tips for your peers.

Love and Live, 

Neha Agrawal

Friday, 17 July 2020

Marketing is Not Just Selling, But Giving When Customers are Least Expecting




Lows are as much a part of our lives as the high tides, both make us grow strong and learn a thing or two. It’s human nature to seek comfort when we are down or have a need, but, it’s a bitter fact that you will find only a handful willing to help if you just contact them in distress.

 

Same applies in marketing. If you always bother to connect with your customers when you want something out of them, they will start ignoring you. No one wants likes the feeling of being used and approached only when in need. So, if you are used to just sending marketing and sales emails, it’s time to change your approach. Wish them on their birthdays, anniversaries, send them informative & DIY articles, give discounts, ask for their feedback, tell them that you value their association, ask them what they would want to hear from you.

 

Share goodness with your clients, and they will remember you in need!

 

Remember:


There is no market for your sorrows in this world,

So, don’t advertise them.

Rather, try sharing your happiness with others,

You may be amazed by the number of takers!

 

Happy Learning, 

Neha Agrawal Singhal


Monday, 8 June 2020

Start Small and Gain Big From Your Pilot Projects



Life is not a race, it's a marathon. Start small, but, keep striving, till you reach your goal. 
This rule not only works in life, but, also in marketing and analytics. 

Starting something new is risky, there are chances of failure, but, even more opportunities to learn from those setbacks.

Long-term plans don't work in today's volatile market. Take current post-Covid market, none of the pre-Covid 19 plans we made can work in the current scenario. Therefore, focus on short-term plans. Once you get enough data to analyze the outcome of your short-term plan, create another short-term milestone, and so in.    

Start your pilot project with the motive to learn and create short-term goals and milestones. You may fail at times, face many unknown unknowns, but, eventually your efforts will pay off. 

Love and Live,
Neha Agrawal