This is a subject I haven’t tackled in a while, but I’ve been thinking a lot about repurposing content lately, and it’s a great way to do just that!
The use of email marketing to stay front-and-center of current and prospective clients continues to stay front and center, and is still a very viable and important form of content marketing.
I took part in a 28 day blogging challenge a few years ago. It was a 28 day challenge because it was for the month of February. The challenge was to blog every day for 28 days. So I did. It was tough at first, but it taught me I really did like to write – I just didn’t know it until then.
What’s the best way to find out the wants and needs of your ideal client? What’s the best way to find out what burning questions are keeping those same clients up at night? What’s the best way to ask your clients what your business is doing right, and what it’s doing wrong?
Pay to play on Facebook is becoming more and more the norm these days. But never fear, you can still be seen without having to pay for Facebook ads.
Picture this; Molly is a vibrant business coach who has enjoyed a reign of success in her coaching business for many years. She could do her job on auto-pilot, and most days, that’s exactly what she does. She enjoys the income and freedom her professional success allows, and happily spends her days “doing what she’s always done.”
Bringing on new clients is always a team effort. I depend on my team to help me develop proposals and strategies when looking at prospective clients. Not to long ago my team helped me pull together proposals for a couple of prospective clients.
I feel like I’ve written this article a dozen times before, but engagement continues to be a struggle for my clients, and I want to help their businesses thrive, so here we go again!
Email marketing continues to be a key component of content marketing. It’s a great way to stay in touch with clients, share your expertise, and market your business. It’s been around for quite awhile now and doesn’t seem to be going anywhere anytime soon. Last week I wrote about how to build an effective opt-in and grow your list. Today I talk about the importance of trust!
I just unsubscribed from another email list. Sadly, it seems as if it’s something I have to do on a regular basis. They are almost always lists that offered what I considered to be quality content in their opt-in freebie, and worth handing over my email address. However, as soon as I confirm my email address, the onslaught of “buy my stuff” email begins.