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About Julie Champion

Business Development Consultant specializing in creative marketing ideas for the solopreneur – including creating customer loyalty, generating new referrals and elevating business relationships. Co-author of the Arizona Guidelines for Automobile Advertising, implemented by the Arizona Better Business Bureau in 2002. Current board member of The Agua Fria Business Network.
Latest Posts | By Julie Champion
Creating New Sales Through Joint Ventures
3 years ago

Creating New Sales Through Joint Ventures

One of the least expensive solutions I’ve discovered to increase sales is by creating Joint Venture projects with fellow entrepreneurial sisters. The reason I prefer working with women is because …
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The Art of Using the “F” Word Everyday to Increase Sales
4 years ago

The Art of Using the “F” Word Everyday to Increase Sales

 

Recently, I read a fun fact suggested by behavioral studies that “people who use a lot of swear words tend to be more honest and trustworthy.”  Immediately I shouted …
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How to Market to the Millennial Generation
4 years ago

How to Market to the Millennial Generation

Marketing to any generation is hard, but marketing to the millennial generation may be the most difficult generation to sell something to because, well, they’re picky and they think they …
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19 Tips for a Successful One-on-One Networking Breakfast
4 years ago

19 Tips for a Successful One-on-One Networking Breakfast

After a year of dutifully attending networking meetings, mixers and events you finally were able to schedule a meeting with that one special prospect. Now, what? Do you meet in …
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How NOT to become persona non grata this Thanksgiving
4 years ago

How NOT to become persona non grata this Thanksgiving

Earlier this year, you started a home-based business as an Independent Representative/Consultant selling an exotic skin care line made in the South of France. Your Aunt Sue calls and invites …
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The Most Important Lesson I Learned about Customer Service
4 years ago

The Most Important Lesson I Learned about Customer Service

One morning, after dropping off my daughter at school and while making the 30 minute drive to work, I began to sweat. Suddenly, my heart started beating heavily …
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Solopreneurs: 5 Simple Tips on Staying Organized
4 years ago

Solopreneurs: 5 Simple Tips on Staying Organized

Being a solopreneur is a marvelous way to “have our cake and eat it too”, and implementing these quick and easy organizational tactics can help you enjoy your cake that …
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