Sunday Sales Blast 12/21/14

Recap week!

Like everyone else we had a lot going on this week with the holidays and Bullen being closed between Christmas and NewYears. We had a company luncheon on Friday that the supervisors host for the employees to thank them for their hard work this year. I got to speak briefly about a written introduction of the company value and focus. The values are not anything new, we have lived by them for the last 53 years since my dad purchased Bullen from Joe Bullen. We thought that it would be good to write them down so the new employees know what they are. Most of the long standing employees have seen the values in action but if you are new to Bullen you may not have seen or experienced them first hand. Here is what we gave out to all of the employees:

I also want to remind you that all of the previous Sunday Sales Blasts are posted on the Bullenonline website. You can forward on the link for each one to associates or comment on them. Here is the link:

Web links back to 2010!

Another great resource is where we store the web pages that we feature and talk about in the SSB. It is on a site called Delicious. Our page holds all of the past links to pages and articles that we have featured back to 2010. It’s a great way to look over what we have post in the past so you can read the whole page or send info to your associates or use it yourself. 

Here is the link to our Delicious page:

Do you have a blog on your website? If you don’t you should, it helps drive traffic to your site “organically”.

Organic search results are listings on search engine results pages that appear because of their relevance to the search terms, as opposed to their being advertisements. In contrast, non-organic search results may include pay per click advertising. Having a blog helps generate those type of listings on Google, Bing and other search engines. Blogs are counted heavily by search engines since in most cases they are not commercials. Here is a link with more info:

Thats it for now. We will be taking off next week to relax with family and friends and get ready for 2015. The Eagles lost yesterday so now we need the Cowboys to lose.

Have a great day and an even better sales week!

Scott Jarden