As an entrepreneur or small business owner, it can be easy to let the day-to-day of running your business get in the way of your marketing efforts. Without talking to clients, filling orders, or keeping your finances straight, your business can easily run away from you. But without clients to talk to, orders to fill, or income to account for - do you even have a business? Focusing on marketing or advertising for your business is VITAL to its longevity, but that doesn’t mean it has to be a complicated long process. These three advertising methods could not be simpler, but they’ll have your phone ringing off the hook in no time.
With dozens of different email subscriptions, app notifications, and social media platforms calling our names every second, it can easy to feel overwhelmed by the role that technology plays in everyday life. Next time you feel this way, try performing a digital audit on yourself, focusing on these three key areas to put your technology in its place and take back control of your life.
You know your stuff when it comes to how to run your business. But how do you build credibility so that your potential clients know that you are worth their time (and money)? Here I dive into my top 7 ways to build credibility so that you can rock your business and blow your clients away.
In the rising digital age, audio is becoming a more and more popular way to engage an online audience. Instead of sitting down to read a blog post or watch a video, audio allows site visitors to enjoy your content while multitasking - which people are finding themselves in need of doing even more often. See below for my three favorite ways that you can use audio on your blog.
As an entrepreneur, you are responsible for a LOT of content creation. From social media and blogging to video content and email marketing, coming up with lengthy, fresh, and informative content on an almost daily basis can get exhausting. Instead of losing your mind to try to keep up, take some time to build up a bank of “no brainer” content so that you can be ready to help your audience even on the days that you’re just not feeling it. “No brainer” content can be anything simple that you enjoy creating, but you can read below for my favorite easy ways to keep the content coming.
Is your website keeping revenue out of your pocket?
Do you utilize email marketing on your website and in your daily/weekly routine?
Have you ever done Usability testing to see if your customers are really able to use the site the way you intend them to use it?
Do you long to keep in touch with your clients but find little time to blog?
It’s a new year, so it’s time to re-evaluate your habits and productivity level. We often get complacent during the year and old habits sneak back in, stealing our productivity.
One of my passions is networking and as I read this book, I realized that EVERYONE should read it. Introvert, Extrovert, and everyone in between.
t is very common nowadays to come across fitness professionals through social media, it seems everywhere you turn there is another fitness expert with a huge following. One thing you don’t see enough of are fitness blogs. In the fitness industry people oftentimes overlook having a blog to supplement their social media following.