2020-07-07DALLAS, TEXAS, July 07, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Although the first wave of COVID-19 may be nearing its end, nothing has returned to normal – nor will it, for a long time. In times like these, entrepreneurs and business owners help each other. Today’s top 30 entrepreneurs and investors are doing the best they can to offer resources, share advice, and feature workable solutions to help one another and the nation.
WebMetrix Group hosted an online forum for these entrepreneurs and investors to share their best advice to other business owners during this time. Here’s how they are navigating post-COVID times, advising others on how to, or lending a helping hand.
1. Immy Tariq, CEO of WebMetrix Group LLC. Immy Tariq is a digital marketing, SEO, and credibility expert, who has been helping his clients leverage credibility now more than ever. “Now is the time to double down on all markers of credibility and SEO to build trust with your target audience,” said Tariq. “As the economy slowly reopens, consumers only want to invest in people and companies that they trust.”
2. Rudy Medina, founder of Del Mar Heritage. Medina is in the real estate industry, and foresees the following changes to people’s preferences for where they want to live following the lockdown provisions. These include Privacy, Additional outdoor or flex areas, Room for pets outside of the living area, proximity to entertainment and recreation, and a front yard to socialize with neighbors.
3. Salvatore Buscem, Managing Director at Dandrew Capital Partners. Buscem specializes in managing risk through his real estate investment portfolio, and advises other investors and entrepreneurs to invest in commercial real estate in areas with consistent ROI’s. “By researching an investment and going for commercial real estate, it’s a defensive play. Make decisions right now that have a verifiable ROI that extends far into the future.”
4. Aimee Tariq CEO Of A Life With Health is a WSJ best selling author and health expert who has had many near death experiences in her decade-long battle with health. With the ever growing global focus on health and well-being, Tariq is helping more people to optimize their health through her new book on the oral microbiome (also known as the ‘second gut’ because of its importance), called Panic! Germs and the Inside of the American Mouth.
5. Matt Young, founder of Realply. As the founder of a LinkedIn direct messaging service, Young knows how effective cold direct message outreach is for sales. “With the emphasis on, ‘How can I help?’, automating direct messaging can spell the difference between life and death for businesses right now,” he said. “A steady stream of new leads can still be automated, which can be the strategy that keeps your business afloat.”
6. Jeremy Miner, founder of 7th Level HQ. An expert on neuro-linguistic programming for sales, Miner is helping salespeople learn sales techniques that assist prospective customers into persuading themselves why they need the product or service. Featuring his breakthrough research and years of testing, his course is a hopeful avenue for salespeople and entrepreneurs who want to help consumers but are potentially anxious about selling right now.
7. Stephane & Shalee Schaifaitel, Co-founders of Success Training Co. and Co-authors of the book, Master Your Mindpower: A User Manual For Your Mind & The Ultimate Guide To Mental Toughness. The Schaifaitels help executives and entrepreneurs resolve mental and emotional barriers through a series of impactful coaching sessions that will maximize your clarity, mental toughness and success. “The truth is, in a time of crisis, the people who have mental toughness and emotional resilience are more likely to succeed,” the Schafeitels emphasized. “We developed The BLAH Method to assist you to get through any ‘blah’ moment or crisis, large and small: 1) Breathe, 2) Look Up, 3) Access a State of Gratitude and 4) Handle it – go do what you need to do toward achieving your Big Effing Goals (BEGs).”
8. Haley Hoffman Smith, author of Her Big Idea and motivational speaker. As a motivational speaker and author, Hoffman Smith is encouraging more young people and female-identifying hopeful founders to consider entrepreneurship and go after their big dreams. Her fund, The Her Big Idea Fund, is in partnership with Brown’s Nelson Center for Entrepreneurship and supports two female-identifying hopeful founders with $500 grants and a year of mentorship. “It’s more important than ever to support the dreams and visions of all people, and let them know they aren’t alone in bringing it to life – there is support and there are people who believe in you and want to invest in you,” she commented.
9. Kimanzi Constable CEO Results Global Impact Consulting. Kimzani helps consultants book corporate gigs with large corporations – and stress that right now, large companies are heavily investing in trainers, coaches, and consultants. “Understand that companies are making strategic pivots right now, and they need the brightest minds to help them get there. Position yourself accordingly, so you can help these businesses thrive while you thrive, too,” they advised.
10. Sloan Foster, founder of AutoThinkUSA. Foster, who is in the business of providing convenient accommodations for consumers, encourages entrepreneurs to think about how they can get involved and collaborate with essential businesses. “Create a new opportunity in alignment with COVID-19 standards,” she advised.
11. Christine Haas, founder of Haas Media. Haas assists founders and CEO’s in landing TV engagements. “Investing in TV PR is critical for both exposure and creating credibility in your field of expertise — especially now,” shared Haas. “It can seem ‘exclusive’ or only reserved for certain types of people, but now more than ever, people are home and looking to the TV to learn.”
12. Kerri Kasem, Founder of Kasem Cares, radio and TV Show Host. Kasem is using her platform to emphasize mental health. “With so much going on in the world that was unforeseen, it’s only natural to experience symptoms akin to anxiety and depression. It’s important to check in with ourselves, or friends, and our family right now and see how we can help,” she encouraged.
13. David Schloss, author of The New MBA. Schloss’ new book helps hopeful entrepreneurs build a clear blueprint for their first businesses. In these uncertain times, he advises, “A market-to-message match is key before turning organic traffic into paid traffic.” He insists that a product and market fit is the foundation for successful businesses when investing in marketing post-COVID.
14. Allison Caddy, CEO & Founder of Active Alie. Caddy believes in finding opportunity in unlikely places. “My best advice is to take advantage of the times, refinance as much as you can because interest rates are currently low, and buy up more real estate that provides positive cash flow and builds your equity,” she offered.
15. Lauren Tickner, founder of Impact School MBA. Tickner teaches students how to sell through permission-based relationship marketing, in which a product or service is offered conversationally — optimal for seeing who your business can help right now, without any additional pressure. “The emphasis in selling right now is on seeing if you can actually help your target audience, and through natural messaging conversations, time is saved for the founder and prospects are more likely to buy,” she said.
16. Jeremy Delk, founder of Delk Enterprises. “Recognize the changes that are afoot, and use this time to adapt quickly,” said Delk. “The new mindset will now be on-demand help from our smartphones and tele-health. How can you lean into these shifts and stay relevant?”
17. Stephanie Burns, founder of Chic CEO. Burns has always encouraged making ‘unreasonable requests’ – in other words, asking people or businesses for something you need that may seem ‘out of bounds’ to even ask, because sometimes the answer is… yes. “I think there may be a tendency to hold back on what we ask from others right now, out of an abundance of caution and empathy,” said Burns. “But remember that unreasonable requests often lead to symbiotic relationships and benefits for both parties. Keep putting yourself out there.”
18. Rohan Seth, Founder of Lydian Accelerator. “I’ve learned that building multiple marketing channels is the best way to sustain and embolden businesses,” said Seth. “Explore different avenues to market through social media and ads, and pay close attention to which of those deliver the highest ROI.
19. Bobby Dillard, co-founder of Cielo Property Group. Dillard noted that “trying times will always reveal weaknesses in your business that you didn’t know were there. It’s important to remain calm and do all you can to get your business in top shape so that you can take advantage of the opportunities that arise in these situations.” Specifically, he advises entrepreneurs to use this time for personal growth in those areas of weakness.
20. Maggie Berghoff, Founder and CEO of high performance health agency, Celproceo. Berghoff helps entrepreneurs and high achievers biohack and optimize their health for their best performance, and mental health and wellbeing is a critical part of this. “Hone in on decreasing your own stress and working on a positive mindset,” Berghoff encouraged. “It’s easy to get sucked into the fear, chaos, and negativity you may see around you, but your top power will be your ability to maintain resilience and strength during this time.”
21. Jose Artiumo, Founder of VIP Media Solutions. Artiumo always emphasizes the importance of gaining media attention, but specifically, sees this time as critical for refining your skill. “Sharpen your ax with your skills so you can retain the attention you get when you get back into the media,” said Artiumo. “Now is the ideal time to invest in yourself and make sure you’re the best at what you do.”
22. Jeff Sekinger, founder of 0percent.com. Sekinger recently launched a partnership program that allows his business’s consulting clients to start financial services businesses such as funding, credit repair and insurance at no cost and virtually no barriers to entry. Specifically, they help entrepreneurs get the lowest business financing possible, so they can leverage business debt — one of the greatest resources available during these uncertain times.
23. Mcdonald Worley CEO of Mcdonald Worley P.C. Worley shares that after serving 30,000 clients, he feels that the difference between a successful business and a hurting one right now comes down to making sure that your business can give the clients what they need and paying attention to the details. If you go beyond what you can handle as a team, in order to bring more clients into the fold then the work will suffer, which in turn will hurt your reputation and this will cost you way more business than anything else.
24. Drew Evans, CEO of Caifu Property. To date, Evans has built his personal real estate portfolio to over $10 Million Dollars, and with his business partner, has helped his clients invest in over $1 Billion in property. “There are still many real estate opportunities to build positive cashflow property portfolios and instant equity,” said Evans. “Even if you have never explored real estate before, it continues to be a worthwhile investment for the long run, even in economic downturns in the short run.”
25. Thomas Graham CEO of Crosswinds PR. “Working as a PR crisis firm, we’ve learned that the best way to navigate crises is to be empathetic and transparent,” said Graham. “As your business faces inevitable crises of differing sizes during this time, make sure you stay genuine and transparent with your audience or customers and always position yourself as someone who can – and who wants to – help.”
26. David Pascht, digital marketing expert. Pascht offered his best advice for running a team, which applies at any time, but is especially pertinent as teams continue to work remotely or shift in the wake of the pandemic. “Although your team is looking to you as the ‘leader,’ make sure to treat them as equals. Invite creative ideas and the open space and encouragement for innovative approaches to the problems your business will face through the turbulent times. These ideas can only come in if your team feels safe to be ‘wrong’ – this is how they will be truly creative.”
27. Travis Killian, expert in Amazon e-commerce. Killian has created a $10 Million business by selling physical products on Amazon, and recommends that founders with physical products make sure that they’re on Amazon. “Many founders spend 80 percent of their efforts on platforms like Shopify, for only a fraction of the ROI. If you haven’t tried Amazon or doubled down on it, now is a great time to build a presence there,” he advised.
28. Greg Vogel, expert in company exits. There is opportunity in everything that is shifting, too – Vogel noted that “There is no bigger payday than this if you position yourself correctly. Many company exits are in the works, and there are opportunities to buy up companies now and have wildly successful exits later, when the market bounces back.”
29. Moshe Reuven Sheradsky, WeDu. “Your marketing approach could use some emotional intelligence: work right now to understand your customers’ emotions (as much as they are changing), and work to meet the customer where they are emotionally.”
30. Iman Shafei, Founder of Keystone Investors. “Many are interested in investment opportunities right now because of the fluctuating market, and I definitely encourage people to follow that interest, if it’s financially feasible at this time,” said Shafei. “Specifically, cryptocurrency may be an interesting investment because of the way the global economy is currently changing.”
31. Jeremy Axel, CEO of Fluent Conveyors. “The most important things during these times is to make sure you communicate very well to your team about the importance of execution. Make sure you hold everyone including yourself accountable for the jobs required that will have a quick impact to revenue and cash flow or if its a long term value add. In essence you need to remain intentional and thoughtful as a leader and make sure your team does the same.”
Credit Repair Service Earns Best-in-Class Rating from TopConsumerReviews.com
This service is the obvious choice for anyone needing credit repair, and we’re pleased to give Sky Blue our top ranking in 2020.
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November 26, 2020
TopConsumerReviews.com recently affirmed the top-ranked status of Sky Blue Credit Repair, an industry leader among providers of Credit Repair services.
After decades of a devil-may-care approach to credit, the American public seems to finally understand the importance of a good credit score. The better one’s credit, the easier it is to be approved to rent an apartment or buy a home, secure an auto loan, or even get funding for higher education. What happens when a person realizes this after making some poor financial choices? Is it too late?
The good news is that one’s credit history can be repaired, resulting in the resolution of outstanding issues and a higher credit score. Some consumers find it challenging to navigate the process of negotiating with creditors, removing negative reports from their credit history, and consolidating debt. Fortunately, there are reputable credit repair services that take out all the guesswork, putting their decades of expertise into practice to help clients improve their credit histories step-by-step and often doing all of the work on their behalf. The best services take it a step further, working with their customers to help them develop a plan for continued financial stability going forward.
“For over 30 years, Sky Blue has helped clients throughout the United States to achieve a healthy credit history,” affirmed Brian Dolezal of TopConsumerReviews.com, LLC. “Although it can feel daunting to work on improving your credit score, you can count on the Sky Blue experience to be ‘happy and stress-free’ just as they promise. Your initial consultation and review with a representative is absolutely free, and you won’t be pushed into signing up for any services that aren’t a good fit for your situation. If you choose to become a Sky Blue client, your rep will get right to work, disputing at least 5 items with each credit bureau every 35 days. You can rest assured that your decision to use this service is no-risk because of their condition-free guarantee: in the first 90 days of your paid membership, you can get a full refund for any reason. Sky Blue also allows you to pause your service at any time. Plus, clients continue to compliment Sky Blue for being effective, honest, and affordable. This service is the obvious choice for anyone needing credit repair, and we’re pleased to give Sky Blue our top ranking in 2020.”
To find out more about Sky Blue and other Credit Repair services, including reviews and comparison rankings, please visit the Credit Repair Services category of TopConsumerReviews.com at https://www.topconsumerreviews.com/credit-repair.
About Sky Blue
Sky Blue Credit is dedicated to credit repair, focusing solely on helping customers reach their credit goals through repair and restoration services since 1989. They pride themselves on speed, disputing 15 items every 35 days, as well as giving intelligent guidance with respect to optimizing customers’ credit scores.
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Credit360’s Credit Repair Services Now Includes Full Credit Audit
One of the nation’s finest in personal and business credit solutions has expanded its services.
MIAMI, Nov. 25, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Representatives with Credit360 announced today that its credit repair services now includes a full credit audit from the three credit bureaus, Equifax, TransUnion, and Experian.
“We’re very excited about this,” said Andre Coakley, Founder & CEO of Credit360, a company with an elite team of credit experts that know exactly what techniques will assist individuals and businesses with increasing their credit scores to meet their goals.
Features of the full credit audit include:
Full Credit Audit – Equifax, TransUnion, Experian
No Monthly Fees – Charged Only After Removal
Our Pricing Is Simple, Pay After Deletion
Advanced Tactic Disputes and Strategies
Comprehensive Credit Audit every 45 days
Unlimited credit items disputed for one year
24/7 Online Portal Access from Smartphone
Free Coaching and Education
Assistance with Structuring Lines of Credit
Support with Card Spending and Tradeline Building
The company’s full credit audit offering comes on the heels of the Credit360 offering credit repair services in Orlando.
“We are very excited to now offer our life-changing credit repair services in Orlando,” Coakley said. “We are here to help you achieve your optimal credit profile by making the credit repair process convenient, individualized, and effective.”
Credit360’s specialized credit repair processes, credit expertise, and guaranteed customer service, company representatives say, make it the best in the industry.
Coakley explained that Credit360 has had the opportunity to help thousands of Americans correct their credit reports. In fact, Credit360, Coakley stressed, is a company that puts its money where its mouth is and only charges a fee when items are deleted, removed, or repaired from individuals’ credit reports.
“With our services, you will no longer have to use other expensive credit repair companies that charge monthly and don’t even produce results,” Coakley promised, before adding, “We are so confident in our advanced disputing tactics that we will allow you to pay for your deletions after you actually see our results and we even give you a 100 percent money-back guarantee to back it up just so you can relax.”
Coakley went on to reiterate that Credit360 is an elite team of credit experts that know exactly what techniques will assist customers with increasing their credit scores to meet their goals.
“With our services, most of our clients see deletions within the first 45 days of enrollment and usually see an average increase of 93 points throughout their program cycle,” Coakley said.
In addition, the company also recently launched its Business Credit Program.
“Our Business Credit Program works directly with small business owners to help them get approved for new business funding and business line of credit options,” Coakley said.
Coakley went on to note that the individual business credit record is the primary way that companies evaluate whether to do business with a particular company – and on what terms.
Business credit includes a variety of data points about your business, such as the date it started, the skills and experience of your top leaders, the number of employees, and annual sales. This type of information, Coakley noted, is listed in the business’ credit profile, along with scores and ratings that are derived from the business’ past behavior to predict its future behavior.
“We have relationships with a number of business financing institutions and know each of their individual requirements and criteria, so we can help you become eligible for the best business line of credit as quickly as possible,” Coakley revealed, before adding, “Don’t let a bad business credit score or other factors prevent you from gaining access to the business funding you need most.”
The types of credit that Credit 360 can help businesses access include:
Store Business Credit with Dell, Apple, Walmart, Amazon, Costco, Sam’s Club, BP, Chevron, Home Depot, Lowes, Staples, Office Depot, Ikea, and with most other major retailers.
Fleet Credit for fuel and auto vehicle repairs for your primary vehicle, and a fleet of commercial vehicles.
Cash Credit including Visa and MasterCard accounts you can use in most locations worldwide
Auto Vehicle Financing to purchase or lease your primary vehicle or a fleet of vehicles in your business.
About Credit 360
Credit360 was established to assist individuals in restoring their personal credit and in offering a complete line of business credit solutions. Credit360 is a financial services firm specializing in credit restoration and business consulting services.
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ACTION13: How to protect your credit score
Credit Repair experts say the economic shutdowns are causing credit scores to fall for a lot of people.
One way to possibly stave off a hit to your credit is a through a forbearance.
A forbearance is where the lending agency agrees to let you pause your payments for a period of time, and it will not count against your credit.
This works for both credit cards and home mortgages.
But keep in mind, you have to be caught up on your debts to get a deferment. So, if you are going to miss a payment, reach out to your bank or lender sooner rather than later.
“Reach out to your bank. Work with your bank,” said Robert Pfister with 755 Credit Score. “Work it out. Banks usually help you when you reach out.”
755 Credit Score also says you can get a free consultation.
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