We spend hours a day in the scroll hole of social media newsfeeds. We like posts, comment on them, post ourselves, and even send messages one-on-one. Yet, the most common question I get is, “how do you build your network on social media?”
I know it seems easier said than done, however, it really is easy. I feel we overcomplicate what should be super simple and it stops us from ever really getting anything productive done.
I share with you my 3 steps to growing your network with social media.
I was spending endless time going through hundreds of photos, videos, and scrolling through posts trying to find the content I spent so much time creating, just to share it directly with one person. I needed an easier way!
This was the moment I realized the power of cataloging my content and repurposing it in a different way.
Everyone loves a good story. There’s a reason companies choose certain keynote speakers to stand on stage and share their experiences. It’s because their story resonates with people. It leaves a lasting impression, an imprint that awakens the soul.
When was the last time you heard someone get on stage and say,
“I have no clue how I got here? I jumped in yesterday and in one week I am a six-figure earner.”
Ummm, like never! And if you are hearing these kinds of stories, they are completely unrealistic. I call this the “hype method”.
Have you been thinking about building an email list? Maybe you’re even wondering if building one is the right direction for you.
Here’s the thing, if you are an entrepreneur/ business owner then building an email list should definitely be a goal of yours.
I share with you 5 email marketing tips for beginners that will get the ball rolling for you. Let’s dive in…
It’s so important now to find and improve meaningful connection with customers, to grab their attention and ultimately loyalty.
Customers will be constantly bombarded with options and more options.
However, if you do it right and have meaningful connections with them, they will not only come to you for advice or inspiration, but they will run to you to buy anything you sell as part of your way of serving them.
Not because you manipulated them into buying what you’re selling, but because they trust you that much, that they hardly question what you do anymore.
You should be trusted.
You should have this level of credibility that people trust you and don’t question your motivation other than helping them reach their goals.
That’s where you need to aim in laying the foundation for meaningful connection with your customers.
As I was at the grocery store just the other night, I saw myself choosing between two apples. Both were shiny and waxy to the touch, both are totally free of bruises and pretty much identical in weight and size, too. So, which one do I choose? Decisions, decisions. On a whim, I placed one […]
Just like marketing, business automation is all around you. Automation has become a critical integral success tool. Here are 5 aspects of your business processes you should consider automating.
Sometimes, I like to think of the business world as I would of sports; entertaining, yes, but highly competitive, too. Which is why I still wonder why anyone would be into any business just for the profit.Prospecting and Attraction Marketing are often mistaken, one for the other. But they are not the same. And, just in case, you’d like to know which of the two is better or more effective. The short answer is BOTH. Only that you’ve got to understand the rules of engagement; when to apply what, and how!
What can you do to ensure that your network marketing business grows leaps and bounds without putting much stress on your pocket? Here are three proven ways, tried and recommended by experts who really know the worth of life, and blending pleasure and work together…
Studies have revealed that all highly successful business people have a rather similar lifestyle pattern with respect to how to manage their day-to-day schedules; staying focused and organized throughout the day. The secret is that they all follow a somewhat specific work routine. And I can’t possibly think of a better solution other than “The Passion Planner.”