Facebook groups have gained tremendous popularity over the last few years. There are groups for just about every topic you can think of and there are a ton of groups designed to help and support entrepreneurs.
The world of social media can be awfully loud and it’s impossible to be on every social channel, reaching everyone, all at once.
As busy business people, we turn to automation and outsourcing for help. Automation and outsourcing have become powerful things. They allow you to push out content more consistently, and at a higher volume without YOU needing to be on your computer all day, every day. But sometimes, this can go very very wrong.
When you are planning your marketing for 2017, remember to utilize all of your assets! Your content is an asset.
Content is how you establish credibility and provide value for your community. It’s important to look back on what your audience responds to. By understanding what they liked or didn’t like, you know what to focus on in the future.
Say hello to the New Year! There is always LOTS of excitement and motivation in the air. We all spend some time looking at the past year and dreaming of what the new one will bring.
I make sure to review the year past and ahead in both my personal life and in my business. There are 21 tips that are really important for you to follow if you want to set yourself up for a crazy successful, profitable year.
Two different women, living on two opposite coasts, in two distinctly different industries, have both told me,“times are tough out here.” They believe that where they live is impacting their businesses growth.
These two statements got me thinking about my own business. In 2015, we moved to rural Nova Scotia, I spent almost 6 weeks out of commission for health reasons and managed to grow the business by over $110,000. That’s a 22% increase, living in a brand new place, with a 10% reduction in time.
There is an excuse that is used FAR too often when thinking about starting a business venture in a niche market. You’ve probably heard it before, you may have even used it before. It’s the classic “oh no, I can’t. Too many people are already doing that” excuse.
For the record – that excuse is a lie.
Hosting an event can be a fantastic way to build your brand, establish stronger relationships, and gain credibility in your space. Events are fun because people come together in person, and that creates much better opportunity for connection. Having said all of that, when you transition from a small event to a planning a big event, you need to be prepared to play in the big leagues!
Let’s talk money. No, the world doesn’t revolve around it, but our businesses do.
As entrepreneurs, we are always looking for ways to ramp-up our revenue. For start-ups, first you have to make money to create financial stability, let alone be able to put it back in your pocket.
I know this is a long list, but read carefully. Grab a pen and paper because I’m about to give you 12 proven strategies that will help ramp up your revenue.