Your boss asked you to contribute to the company's blog. Crap. What? You're a salesperson. You're thinking, what do I know about writing? Your nephew had a blog when he took that trip to Europe. It was a great way to keep up with him during his travels, but how can blogging help me as a salesperson?
If this sounds familiar, then you'll want to keep reading. We've come up with a list of tips for better business blogging and how it can help your sales.
Your potential customers are looking for a business like yours on Google. They are doing research about a certain destination, a piece of dive equipment or what the accommodations are like on your liveaboard.
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When you run a dive business, you need to keep it from descending financially underwater. Creating a marketing plan that promotes your scuba business with social media is now easier than it's ever been.
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