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A Friday Story, and Blocking Spam


Have you heard the Friday Story? It's about what happens when you consistently give something for free - and every business owner needs to think about it. We talk about blocking spam Read more

Article Keyword Research - Going Where The Traffic Is


Do your Article Keyword Research before you start writing blog posts, and your website traffic will improve fast. It's fast, easy, and it pays Read more

WordPress - Disable Comments


If you find yourself frustrated by spam and searching for wordpress disable comments or turn off comments wordpress, we're happy to help. The Quick Answer To How To Disable Comments In WordPress Log in and go to Settings, Discussion. Uncheck "Allow people Read more

Content Getting Copied? Get Tynt


Imitation, they say, is the sincerest form of flattery. However, if you work hard at creating great original web content, it can be annoying to find that it's being duplicated on other websites. But what if you could turn Read more

How to Get Unlimited Article Ideas


Discover a handy list of ways to get article ideas, and one almost-magic technique for getting a relevant list of article ideas your prospective readers will Read more

How To Say No


Two powerful strategies to help you learn how to say no. Saying no at the right times is essential to the success and even survival of your business, and these two techniques can Read more

3 Ways to Market in Under 10 Minutes

Posted on by Karilee in Weekly Marketing Tips 13 Comments

Are You REALLY Marketing Enough?

The first challenge for my clients in our Weekly Marketing Mastermind Group Coaching is to realize what they’re really getting done in terms of their small business marketing. Action matters, not plans. Most people underestimate what they can accomplish in the long term and overestimate what they can do in the short term. Here are two questions to get you started:

  • How much time do you spend on marketing in your business, on average, every day?
  • How much time do you think your business needs you to spend on marketing every day?

A Tiny Marketing Action Has Big Impact Over Time

Marketing Actions - Like Water on Rock

 

Over time, taking a very small marketing action consistently will add up. Creating the habit of taking action on your marketing every day is of huge benefit to growing your business.

Think of water wearing away rock – a drip system of tiny actions can add hugely to your marketing impact over time. Read more


A Greeting Card Marketing Strategy

Posted on by Karilee in Weekly Marketing Tips 4 Comments

The World’s Greatest Car Salesman

I just read a story about Joe Girard, known as the world’s greatest car salesman. He was the only salesman to be inducted into the Automotive Hall of fame – for selling 13,001 cars in one year!

Joe started his working career at 9, shining shoes during the great depression. He was an abused child, living in a Detroit ghetto, but he rose to become unparalleled at his chosen career, selling automobiles. His sales secret was pretty simple, too. It wasn’t high pressure sales tactics or manipulative closes. He simply never let a customer forget him, and most of his customers were repeat buyers. Many of them started as referrals. His “secret” was consistent marketing. Read more


Consistent Marketing Mathematics

Posted on by Karilee in Small Business Marketing 1 Comment

Consistent Marketing a Bite at a Time

Consistent marketing is the magic behind our Outcome-Focused Weekly Marketing Programs. When the actions necessary to promote your small business, build your reputation, and develop a stream of prospective clients are broken down into bite-sized pieces, they don’t look so overwhelming.

testimonialFor example, most businesses benefit from having a testimonials book for sales presentations. Gathering those testimonials together may seem like an overwhelming challenge, but if you gather just one or two per week, at the end of the year your book contains 50 to 100 testimonials. That’s the power of consistent marketing.

Building Your List is Essential

Building your mailing list is an essential part of marketing, and the number one thing that most entrepreneurs regret failing to do immediately when they launched. Read more


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