Ask any website owner to pinpoint one webpage that is hardest to write and you will hear the same answer, over and over again. The about page. There is something about writing an about page that makes most people break out in hives. We find this as challenging as writing a personal ad and we all know what can joy that can be. Read more
Everybody knows the importance of building an email list. Without an email list, you don’t have a business.
If you build your audience on any social media platform, you are at their mercy. They can change the rules any time, put new restrictions in place, or even ban you from accessing your own data. With email though, you are in control. You get to contact your people any time you want, as many times as you want. You own your list. Nobody can make you do anything you don’t want or take it away from you. Read more
Nobody likes to write sales pages. Well, except copywriters, of course! They spend hours and hours writing something that can make or break a product. They are damn good at it, and they charge accordingly. Read more
Sometimes you publish a post and put all your heart and soul into it and it falls flat. Sometimes the opposite happens. Something goes viral and you had no idea this would happen. Readers, eh? Who knows what they like? What pleases them? What sort of content do they want to like, tweet, pin, or +1? Read more
Are you a brand new entrepreneur who is looking to launch their first product or service You feel excited, exhilarated and a tad anxious at the same time: “What if nobody buys?”, “What if people buy on the first day and then crickets? No more sales after”, “What if people don’t get what’s on offer?”, “What if they think the price is too high?”, “What if the buy now button doesn’t work?” Or, you might be someone who already had a product launch – or two, and things did not go that well. Actually, that’s an understatement. Your launch sucked. Read more
If you have been blogging for your business for a while without seeing any results, you might be thinking, “blogging just doesn’t work in my industry”, “what’s the point if nobody is reading my blog?”, “maybe I should invest more in paid advertising and try to get leads from other avenues”, “blogging is a waste of my time”, “I don’t know how to blog. I suck at blogging.” Let me tell you that blogging works in almost any industry when done right.
Entrepreneurs and small business owners are busy people. They have to-do lists a mile long. They are always prioritizing and editing their daily tasks. Most of them which won’t get done on the day. Not only they are running their businesses but also investing their own development – personal and professional both. Read more
Think for a second about all the non-work related and personal emails you received in your inbox this morning. I am talking about all the newsletters you are subscribed to, the blogs you follow and the businesses whose lists you are on. Which ones of those emails did you click right open? Which ones did you delete straightaway? Read more
Webinars. You might love them, or hate them (if you do, this post is obviously not for you). However, you might just be intrigued about the whole idea of doing webinars. You have attended a few so you know that a webinar is so much more than a teleseminar because of the screen presentation options. You can do a personal speaker-style video, you can share your screen and walk your audience through a tutorial, or you can do a power point or keynote presentation. Read more
See those two life coaches over there who recently started their businesses? Both seem to have impressive qualifications, tons of experience and great testimonials. Both are publishing content regularly and seem active on social media. But notice one seems to be doing really well. They are usually fully booked and have a wait list and so it looks like people can’t wait to be work with them. Read more