5 Tips for Organizing your Office

23 April 2015
Comments: 1
Category: WeSuite
23 April 2015, Comments: 1

  1. Lose the Paperwork! As a WeSuite Client, you’re already saving time, money and clutter by going paperless with customer and sales information. Why not take it a step further and consider storing other important paperwork through Cloud Storage. Without massive paperwork on your desk, not only can you free up space to give your office a new look, you can now focus more on tactics and strategies to maintain and improve your business in the second half of the year. Great for peace of mind and the environment!
  2. Look fresh and clean to your online prospects. Because more people browse the Internet these days before buying, it’s crucial that your website be friendly and easy to navigate. Update that blog, upcoming events, new products and services, and don’t forget to add photo and video for your customers to enjoy.
  3. Give your email inbox a deep clean. It hurts so good” (as John Mellencamp would say). With hundreds of emails being sent and received each day, it’s important to take a moment to scrub your inbox. So that it doesn’t seem like such a daunting task, split up the job and take 15 to 20 minutes at the end of each day to sort emails into appropriate folders. You’ll feel more productive and organized in no time!
  4. Check your Customer lists. Customer information can quickly go bad as people move, change email providers, and otherwise change their habits. Are the email addresses you have still good? When was the last time you heard from a customer? This will give you a nice opportunity to reflect on your database and do some analysis. Which of them have the best lifetime customer value, who have been the heavy spenders of late, and who may need a little more attention.
  5. Spring Roundup. Spring is great time to shake off the winter blues and look forward to sunny days to come. Gather your staff for a nice outing, luncheon or team building day to regroup, reenergize and refocus! Remind staff of your short term and long term goals and ensure everyone is on track for success.

 

  • tomshrill

    I fully agree with number three. Every morning, I clean out my email. I read everything I need to, and toss everything I don’t need. I can say I have only a total of 14 emails from two years of getting 10-40 emails a day on average, with a few days even getting up to 400 and more.
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