As someone who is running your own business, you know that time is your most valuable asset. Cutting out time-wasting activities is critical to your growth and overall success. At Calendar, we’ve got some tricks up our sleeve that will help you accomplish more in less time.
Following these proven Calendar tips will allow you to get back to focusing on what matters most: growing your business.
Focus on building your brand:
- Organization is key. Juggling multiple calendars is a time waster and can lead to costly mistakes. Integrating your meetings and tasks onto one Calendar is one of the easiest ways to stay on track. This will ensure maximum productivity and no double-booked events.
- Funnel website traffic into paying customers. Optimize your website lead forms with customized meeting links by using Time Slots. This will ensure prospects can submit an inquiry when they’re most interested. Not to mention, it minimizes the amount of phone tag you’ll have to play just to schedule a consultation.
- Put client relationships first. Calendar makes it easier than ever to scale a business. It also makes it easier than ever to keep strong relationships with your existing customers, even while you’re growing. Utilize Time Slots to create personalized links for different meeting types. This will ensure your high-priority customers can reach you at any time.
- Integrate your favorite tools. Unleash the full power of your Calendar by pairing it with the systems you can’t work without. Add video conference links (Zoom, GoToMeeting, Google Hangouts, etc.) to your Time Slots so clients can easily access them when scheduling a meeting. If you’re using multiple calendars, make sure they’re all added to your account so you can have complete control and visibility in one place.
- Automate as much as possible. Your time is in high demand, don’t spend it on time-consuming tasks. Set up automated reminders through text and emails to combat no-shows. Customize your Time Slots to include buffer times so you can have enough time between meetings. Add daily meeting limits to control the number of meetings that can be scheduled on your calendar. Lastly, notes are critical but don’t let them slow you down. Add Note Transcription to your account and let your Calendar take notes for you.