If you’re reading this, it’s likely because you’re confused about this whole GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) conversation that’s going around. You’ve probably gotten a slew of emails from every site you’ve ever signed up for since the beginning of time updating you on their privacy policies. And if you’re at all like me, you’ve probably been a little
Up-leveling your business can be really exciting. If you’ve ever felt a little shame when sharing your site or handing out your business card because what you have visually doesn’t stand up to what you offer and what you deliver, then it’s even more exciting to finally be at a place where you can align your visuals and services.
Often times people are so focused on getting their logo and website ready for a brand launch (or relaunch) that they forget what other materials they might need to support their business. Things like business cards are easy enough to remember, but what about your worksheets or slide presentation templates or Facebook group header?
Not every business will need the
There are salaried employees and there are business owners… but don’t forget about the salary employees who freelance in the evenings. The moonlighters, the side hustlers. It feels like these days there are many more people who want to (or have to) take on a second job to grow their passion business. I myself did it for many years
I very often hear “the money is in the list”. And I also hear that in order to build an audience, the blog is where you start. However, not much is said about how these two components work together.
Some people find it daunting to have to upkeep a blog and on top of that create newsletter content, but
To be honest, I’d be hard-pressed to find instances in which having a blog on your site is not useful. Often people might be intimidated by a blog because they feel they have to write several times a week, but really, the key is quality and consistency. There are many benefits to having a blog and I’ve listed a
“A brand is much more than just a logo; it’s the entire experience people have when they interact with your business.” Lauren Hooker, Elle & Company
To me, the key in that quote is “an entire experience”. On-boarding your client doesn’t begin when a potential client first contacts you to talk about working together. It begins much
“Price is what you pay. Value is what you get.” Warren Buffett
A huge part of what motivates someone to work with you over someone else who is equally qualified is perceived value. Things like testimonials and recommendations from colleagues play a big roll, don’t get me wrong, but once someone lands on your page, they still need to