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Medical Drones On Maui

Medical Drones On Maui

Drones On Maui,

You may have seen them down at the Lahaina Harbor annoying the surfers and paddle boarders by videoing them in action. The general feeling is that they are annoying and bothersome to those that may be the target of their affections. Drones are also getting popular with real estate agents who want to show a birds eye view of a property they want to sell. Annoying the neighbors in the process.Medic Drones On Maui

While these usages of drones may be a little mundane and not very useful (except to the realtor perhaps.) There may be some use for these mosquito sized helicopters.

What if you could turn these drones into a flying doctors bag? Hmmm. Think about that for a second. What if someone was on a boat trip and was having a heart attack? How long would it take to get help? With these ambulance drones which fly at 100 kl/hr it would take only minutes to get out there.

How long does it take to get an ambulance out to the Pali after an accident with all of that traffic and only a two lane road. With one of these drones, it would only be a matter of minutes for it to get there. With it’s onboard camera and audio systems a trained medical professional can talk you thru a life saving procedure such as defibrillating a heart that is in cardiac arrest.

The possibilities are endless. Cool factor 10 – Annoying factor 0.

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Sell More In Less Time

Sell More In Less Time

Everyone, whether a buyer, seller, marketer or manager, is crunched for time. No one has time to waste when doing business, and as a seller, you certainly do not want to waste hours on a project or a prospect unlikely to score returns.

Here are a few simple tips to incorporate into your daily routine that can help you sell more in less time.

1. Make the first move.

Some believe that the sooner you get in touch with a prospect, the greater the likelihood he or she will convert into a customer. Attention spans are short these days, so you need to move as quickly as possible.Fotolia_7821976_M

Gauge the person’s level of engagement and see how far along he or she has moved. Has the person just signed up for more information? Or has the prospect viewed your products and pricing page?

Understand how and why the person came to interact with you. When you make a call, put things in context. By making the first call relevant and timely, you will have a more meaningful conversation.

2. Don’t sell to the unmotivated.

But don’t approach those who are not ready. You are the best judge of who is really ready to make a commitment and who is just shopping around. If you feel that someone has little or no intention of buying anything, move that person to your marketing list. If the person shows genuine interest later, you can then get back in touch.

3. Make use of the prospect’s best time.

Traditionalists will tell you that calling someone after 5 p.m. is inappropriate and calling someone before 10 a.m. is rude. But is there a strict 9-to-5 code in today’s business world?

Once you begin interacting with a prospect, you’ll get an idea of when he or she is free to speak and in the best frame of mind to have a conversation that will make an impact.

Schedule your calls to the person’s convenience. He or she will appreciate if you call at a convenient time and then you’ll have the person’s attention for sharing more before you move to a close.

4. Qualify your leads.

Just because a person shared contact details with you does not mean he or she qualifies as a sales lead. Be careful before taking the bait. Jumping at any chance to sell will result in wasted time, resources and energy. Try the classic qualification BANT method and ask the following questions:1ecf85b

Budget: Does the lead have enough money to purchase your product?

Authority: Does this person have the authority to make a purchase decision?

Need: Does he or she have a genuine need for your product or a problem that your product can fix?

Timeline: Has he or she specified a desired time frame for making a purchase?

Ask other questions to determine if a person qualifies as a real lead. Assess the overall mood of his or her company or any internal relationships that might influence a purchase decision. The BANT method usually helps determine whether the lead is worth pursuing from the start.

5. Plan for tomorrow.

You won’t close any deals without following up. Since following up will be part of your daily routine, why not plan ahead? The worst way to start your day (and the best way to waste time) is arriving at work in the morning and trying to figure out whom to call and what to say.

By planning which people to call back and scheduling automated follow-ups, you can erase the headache of scrambling for numbers and information. And if you log your calls and make a quick note about what has been discussed, you’ll know exactly where you left off so you can avoid repetition and focus on only what will move the deal forward.

6. Make it personal.Make-It-Personal-1

Strive to forge a personal connection and genuinely relate to your prospect and his or her situation. But don’t force the conversation. Did the customer just get married, have a baby or move to a new city? Talk about this before you dive into business. The initial interaction may need to be formal and professional, but you can break down some of the barriers as conversation progresses.

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Facebook Is Rolling Out a ‘Call-to-Action’ Feature for Businesses

Facebook Is Rolling Out a ‘Call-to-Action’ Feature for Businesses

Businesses can now include a direct ‘call-to-action’ button on their Facebook pages, which will appear to the left of the Like button.

The social networking giant began rolling out this new feature, which it’s touting as “a new way for people to interact with businesses.” With a single click, Facebook users will be able to book a reservation, play a game, sign up for subscription services, or shop online among other options.

“Businesses like yours now have a better way to get people to their websites,” the company wrote in a blog post announcing the new feature, adding that its inclusion will “help your audience clearly understand the action you want them to take after seeing the ad.” (There are currently seven distinct call-to-action options: Book Now, Contact Us, Use App, Play Game, Shop Now, Sign Up, and Watch Video.)

The Dollar Shave Club, a retailer that delivers shaving supplies by mail, tested the feature in a three-week trial run, and (in a blog post on Facebook, naturally) gave it a glowing review: “The Sign Up call-to-action button delivered a 2.5X higher conversation rate versus other comparable social placements aimed to drive new user acquisition,” wrote Brian Kim, the compCallToACtionany’s director of acquisition.

For businesses, this new feature is a welcome improvement, allowing users to more seamlessly do whatever the selected call-to-action button specifies.

And of course, there’s something in it for Facebook, too. As The Wall Street Journal notes, the call-to-action button allows the social network to easily track how users interact with businesses outside its platform — i.e. how they spend their time and more importantly, their money.

Facebook’s call-to-action began rolling out yesterday, and will appear in the U.S. over the next few weeks before going international next year.

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Don’t Not Take Action

Don’t Not Take Action

Don’t Let your bark be bigger than your bite

Successful entrepreneurs don’t sit back and talk about what they are going to do. They plan, follow through and conquer. Nothing is going to get accomplished just by talking about it, and nobody is going to be impressed with words alone.

Sometimes as business owners, we are doing so much at the same time that we can get disorganized and flustered. Our CrimmCoAdmin brand can help you un clutter and become more efficient with managing your day to day. Take action now by Clicking Here

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Dollar Signs and Decimal Points

Dollar Signs and Decimal Points

Don’t Don't Be GreedyFocus solely on dollar signs and decimal points

Instead of chasing the money, focus on creating products and services that make a difference and provide value. If you do this, the money will come. I would be lying if I said the goal of my company wasn’t to make money, but focusing on providing a great service paves the path for the money to follow.

When we take on a new client we focus on creating a partnership. As partners, we have a vested interest in your success because your success ensures our success. Let’s Partner Up!

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Don’t Let Failure Stop Your Success

Don’t Let Failure Stop Your Success

Don’t Let failure stop youNever Give Up

Most statistics state that eight out of every 10 new businesses fail. Successful entrepreneurs go into everything knowing that there is a chance of failure. If in fact they fail it is viewed as part of their growth and they keep plugging along.

James Dyson is a perfect example, as his first 5,126 prototypes were failures, but the 5,127th one worked and went on to become the top-selling vacuum in the U.S. He is now worth $4.5 billion because he never once let failure stop him.

Failure is not an option, contact CrimmCo for help with your business. Click Here

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