Getting ideas for blogging can seem like a hugely daunting task if you’re not the writing type. Put yourself in your client’s or customer’s head. What might they want to know more about? Here’s a list of 20 actionable items you can use to write your next blog post.
Growing your email list should be a big priority for your marketing efforts. Read on for lots of actionable steps to help you grow your email list today!
Pinterest gets lumped in with the other social media platforms but it’s actually in a league of its own.
Think about how you use Pinterest for a minute. Do you go on there to chat with your friends and catch up the latest news? I should be hearing a resounding “no” right now.
And you’re right.
Does social media scare you a bit or even give you anxiety? The thing about being a business owner in 2019 is that if you aren’t on social media, you’re not reaching your ideal customers in the most direct way possible. Here’s how I can help you feel more comfortable taking on digital marketing.
When I finally had the courage to hit send, I had nearly 200 email addresses in the BCC bar on the email. Even sending this email to friends and family was nerve wracking. All of a sudden my new business idea was becoming real, and all the members of my tribe were going to know about it. No going back now.
Remember that old Head ‘n Shoulders commercial that says, “You never get a second chance to make a first impression”? That phrase definitely applies to your website. Your site is the face of your business. So paying careful attention to the various sections needed is key.
Whatever your business, there’s at least one social media platform that will benefit you and help you showcase all your talents and/or products. Want to know how to choose?
Do you ever pay attention to logos? Sometimes they are so good, they can be used interchangeably with the name of the company. Not every logo will reach that kind of status, but it’s still extremely important to design your logo with purpose.
Naming your business is not something you should do lightly. It takes research and careful thought.
When you become an entrepreneur, you may feel the need to retreat into your work. But just like it takes a village to raise a child, it takes a village to grow a successful business.