There’s a difference between a website that serves as a calling card and one that does the work for you. When you bring in these features, you give your website the functionality that it needs to do just that – talk to people for you, help you make a connection, and build trust.
There’s one thing you need to get clear on in your business that brings everything else in line. What is it? How do you learn it? Let’s get into it and find out!
When you market your business consistently, it builds your business. Not overnight! But over time, it absolutely does. Here’s my process for getting consistent in my marketing.
When you know what type of introvert you are, what does that tell you about the best ways to market your business? Quite a bit, it turns out!
There are 3 marketing mistakes that I see business owners frequently make. They aren’t hard to fix! You just need to make one shift in your perspective.
Most of my clients hold fear as one of the things that stops them from marketing their business. I have felt it to, so I get it. Putting our business out there is too important to let fear stop us, so here’s what to do about it.
My fiance and I were working on a puzzle recently. A large portion of it was difficult but doable, but a whole section felt like a roadblock. Here’s how I worked it out, and what I learned about working out hard problems. And yes, this has to do with your marketing.
My sister mailed me a pastry cookbook, and it’s route to my door was a long and winding road. It’s journey got me thinking about my own inefficient processes, especially around my marketing.
How are introverts and extroverts the same? And how are they different? And if you are an introvert, what does that mean about the best way for you to market your business?
When I talk with people about authenticity in marketing, I am often asked what I mean by that term. I love this question — “What is authenticity in marketing?” – because I asked the same thing when this topic first really came to my attention. Here’s what I’ve learned.