If cash flow is stressing you out or you just want to spend less time chasing payments, this article will teach you to:
– Build a solid payment structure into your daily business habits.
– Use proven psychology for following up on late payments
– Fire off a payment demand letter that gets $25,000+ results within days (get the template version here)
– Increase the chances of your invoices getting paid on time with three easy to implement ideas.
The last installment in the 8 ways to ruin your marketing series looks at how typos and poor proofing can have a legal impact or cause legal headaches (fingers crossed there aren’t any in this post & presentation!).
The second last installment in the 8 ways to ruin your marketing series takes you through the concept of getting easy wins by ensuring you cover the basic standard requirements for certain products and marketing types.
Part 6 in the 8 ways to ruin your marketing series looks at how failing to understand the product you are selling can lead to legal issues and provides a case study on risky product areas.
In Part 5 – Stuff up pricing, we look at three case studies of companies that got pricing wrong or tried to be a little sneaky with pricing and ended up in hot water with the ACCC.
In Part 4 – Don’t research or check facts, we look at comparative advertising and savings claims.
In Part 3 – Try to be tricky, we run through the risks of using limited offers as a promotion technique to increase sales. The limit might be a limited time or limited stock, either way there are several key issues you need to be across.
In Part 2 – Attach Strings, I run through how the law sees a “free” offer and what considerations you need to take when promoting freebies.
Marketing is everywhere we look today and your business will not survive for long unless you are able to effectively… Read more 8 ways to ruin your marketing (legally): Part 1 – Muck up the overall impression
Easy & visual explanation of important ways your business needs to comply with door to door laws in a format you can download, print and share (all for free of course!).