You’ve written a book, so I figure you can write…at least well enough to make use of one of the best online marketing techniques I know of — Content marketing.
Weekday Wisdom, Season 4, Episode 3 Do you have faith, hope, and confidence that you will reach your goals? In this month’s episode of the Weekday Wisdom, I share some thoughts on Helen Keller’s quote about these characteristics. An audio-only version is available below. NOTE: The Weekday Wisdom will be […]
If you don’t know your target market, you can’t build a magnetic marketing funnel. Here are some tips to help you gain a deeper understanding of your ideal clients.
Optimism and pessimism are ways of looking at yourself and the world through a positive or negative filter. Although some people tend toward one or the other instinctively, either mindset can be learned. That means that you can cultivate optimism and reduce pessimism.
The first step in starting a business you love is to uncover what your core passions and skills are. Here are some exercises you can do to help you do that.
Weekday Wisdom, Season 4, Episode 2 A lot of people talk about success. I think what Pablo Picasso, the renowned artist, had to say on the topic summed it up nicely. And that is what I talk about in this month’s episode. An audio-only version is available below. Run Time: […]
Facebook is still the undisputed king of social media with around 2 billion monthly active users. Here are some of the essential measures to increase the engagement rate and maximize the conversion rate on Facebook.
Not everything in the online marketing world costs money. You can actually get a fairly good start with online marketing with minimal investment. The basic expenses will be hosting and domain, which you can get for less than $100 per year. There are some email marketing services, such as MailChimp, that start out free and then cost a minimal amount once you’ve grown your list. But there are also no-cost marketing tools that will always remain free and should form the backbone of your online marketing efforts.
Jerry Bruckner, the author of “The Success Formula For Personal Growth,” once said, “High expectations lead to high achievement.” In honor of International Expect Success Month, I thought I’d devote this post to the idea that by expecting success you will eventually see success in your life.