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The “Negative Mindset” – Stopping Bad Customer Feedback Damaging Your Business

Trust, it is the fundamental strength that binds businesses, customers , nd your employees, but trust and a lack of it can severely damage your business in many different ways. The one overarching issue that can cause irreparable damage to your business is negative feedback, especially from the customer. With the various platforms available to customers so they can vent their frustrations, one negative comment that hits the nail on the head, can set off a chain reaction that will see people leaving your business to shop with your direct competitor. Your reputation is on the line, so how can you stop negative customer feedback damaging this?

How to Keep the Cash Flowing Through Your Business

Running a business is always going to be hard, but what makes it harder is not understanding cash flow and how to manage it. If the cash is not flowing through your business in the way it needs to, it can really spell trouble for you. It will leave you in a situation where you don’t know where to turn or even how to keep the business afloat. No one wants to be in that kind of situation, so here’s how to keep the cash flowing through your company.

News Media and Your Business Lunch and Learn

Public relations strategist, marketing consultant, and former journalist Alex Greenwood, owner of AGPR, shares insights on how to promote your business with a media strategy at Encorps45 on Nov. 7 in North Kansas City.

This lunch and lean takes a look at the way members of the news media think, what stories they seek and what to do if you are the subject of a negative story.

Do Pop-Up Ads Actually Work?

Ask anybody what the most annoying thing about the internet is and they’ll probably say pop-ups. Everybody has an adblocker installed so they can avoid those irritating ads that get in your way when you’re trying to use a site. In the early days of the internet they were absolutely everywhere, then some genius gave us the ability to block them. So if nobody is seeing them then your company shouldn’t be spending money on them, right? Surprisingly, a lot of companies are still spending a good amount of their marketing budget on pop-up ads, but do they actually work?