If you want to be horribly good at your marketing, don’t be gimmicky or worry about the next big thing. Just focus on three things.
I was recently inspired by a course instructor who has made USD$203,000 from his online courses.
If like the vast majority of us, you don’t have thousands of advertising dollars at your disposal, how and where can you find new clients?
I started doing freelance gigs nearly ten years ago when my second child was born and my eldest was in part-time nursery. I was lucky enough to pin down work-from-home contracts, but working as a freelancer wasn’t plain sailing.
A big thanks to The Small Business Blog for publishing my guest blog post, “Why is nailing your niche so darned difficult?” Your Niche. Your Unique Selling point. Unique Value Proposition. Compelling Value Proposition. Useful Value Proposition. Oh
One of the challenges of providing a service is that there are only so many hours in a day and there is of course, only one of you.
One of the challenges of sharing on social media marketing is knowing what to post.
“I know I need to do more research before I start my business, but I find it confusing, long winded and boring. Where do I start and how do I know if I’m doing it properly?”
The summer holidays are upon us, so with the kids at home, you’ll want to be out there entertaining them and generally having fun. But how can you keep up with your social media marketing?
Polly Walker gives us some tips on stepping out of your comfort zone in a bid for self-development.