Paul Harper has over ten years experience in business development, Internet marketing, and website design. A business mentor and adviser Paul operates Zedcomms Business Support and Marketing company. The director of various businesses in the UK and executive operator of business projects too. The founder of one of the countries biggest franchised website design companies and a visionary who saw the self-edit website system as the way forward back in the 1990s. Paul built a network of conscientious business advisors who delivered world-beating products to UK SMEs.
Read his thoughts, marketing tips, and stories to help a business succeed. Marketing your product or service in a modern world. It’s all changed! — again.

 

ASA (Amateur Swimming Association)

ASA (Amateur Swimming Association)

Working with ASA (Amateur Swimming Association) Managers Working with ASA is going to be an exciting prospect for us. Next month we are presenting a sales presentation to 25 leisure facility managers for the Amateur Swimming Association). They are the first sport governing body of swimming to be established in the world and remains the English national governing body for swimming, diving, water polo, open water swimming, and synchronised swimming. (Source: Wikipedia) We’re really excited and we hope to get the honor of working with them in the near future. Wish us luck!

Did you know that Google cant keep up?

Did you know that Google cant keep up?

Did you know that Google cant keep up? We are blissfully unaware that the search results we see on Google are actually old, from a few weeks old to a few days. Don’t get me wrong Google technologies in search are great and have evolved the Internet to an easy to use tool for the world to use. But they cannot keep up. We are working with a review site this year. The site publishes regular reviews and the ‘Newest’ reviews go on the home page till the next one. Problem is; Google are to cache the home page with the newest review but minutes later the home page is […]

What products or services do you sell?

Our clients sell all sorts of products. One client simply provides a finding service. Overall ALL products and ALL services need selling. Selling does not mean calling people to ‘sell’ etc. It’s a simple process of setting up your offering, a system to process it and a feed of interested people. Getting interested people is the hardest part. We abandoned press advertising years ago, radio is still good with a link to he Internet. The answer to ALL is; the Internet. Our finding service client had a problem though: they were taking too much time on the process part of their business. They receive a lot of interest, they were […]