Handling your own marketing and social media management as a business owner can be time-consuming, I’ve used many scheduling tools! Thanks to a friend, I’ve discovered Viraltag and I have to admit, it’s pretty cool. Being able to schedule social media content ahead of time is really important because it frees up your time to do other […]
Hello #MoneyChat’ers! So glad to have former Dove model, serial entrepreneur & my friend Kathy Zucker on #MoneyChat! A former marketing director, Kathy Zucker has founded four startups. From a product that went to #1 on the Amazon bestseller list to an international social media award, Kathy has delved into the depths of many industries. Here […]
Everyone always asks me who handles my social media so I thought I’d share her with you all! Gia Maxwell of www.giamaxwell.com is a social media guru who helps entrepreneurs grow their brand with effective online strategies. She has helped me tremendously and I asked her to take time out of her busy schedule to […]
Recently I reached out to a small business owner to congratulate her for pressing through on getting a website created and establishing a social media presence for her business. Her response was thankful, but one thing stood out of in her message: “Thanks, but now what?? I haven’t had time to do anything with it.” […]
Natalie McNeil recently published ‘She Takes on the World: A Guide to Being Your Own Boss, Working Happy, and Living on Purpose’. It’s not your run of the mill business book. Definitely a refreshing read, it’s geared towards solo entrepreneurs, social entrepreneurs, and small business owners who want to make a big impact with their small businesses. It’s packed with powerful business and life lessons, a savvy plan for success in our digital age, and the engaging real-life experiences of successful women entrepreneurs from around the world -told in their own words!
If you plan to grow your small business, you need to market your business. Whether you need to bring in one or one hundred new customers a year, you must be top of mind when that future customer hits the intersection of ‘realized need’ and ‘desire to act’.