You are ready. You got your beautiful website, and I know you got all the tools and tricks to keep your visitors excited about you and make them want to stay in touch with you (because you have been applying all the good stuff from my previous blog posts, right?). The scary exciting time has. . .[continue reading]
ONLINE BUSINESS SUCCESS TIPS
Whether you're an experienced biz lady or just getting started, these posts will arm you with strategies for dealing with everything that entrepreneurship might throw your way.
Do you want to attract clients online? Learn 3 secrets that will seduce your website visitor. The first thing you need to know is that your website is a marketing tool – the place you convert visitors into paying customers (yes!). When your website is well planned, your visitors will experience: Excitement when they discover what. . .[continue reading]
In my previous blog posts in the Client Attracting Content series, I’ve encouraged you to use information from your market research. If you are not sure what kind of content to put on your website, or how to do market research, I share here some of the basic marketing research steps you can go through. . .[continue reading]
Ideal clients are really cool. They make you wake up in the morning motivated to work for them, because: They appreciate your work They share many of your values They are easy to communicate with They vibe with you They pay you on time And best of all – they are also your biggest fans. They will. . .[continue reading]
You have created a page on your website that you hope is great! But how do you know if you for sure have managed to hit the nail on the head? You have to ask for feedback. We can do market research, but we are not mind-readers, and also… every mind is different. So ask. . .[continue reading]
Has unsolicited advice ever left you feeling miserable? I really can’t stand unsolicited advice, and I avoid it like the plague. If there’s no way to escape, I do a mental sticking my fingers in my ears until it’s all over. Not only does unsolicited advice not do much good at all, but it also. . .[continue reading]