Are you on the fence about creating a mailing list? CLICK to check out video.
The month of December was supposed to be the month I completed the editing on my manuscript. Mr. Fear knocked on my door and I let him sit on the couch for the whole month. Now I wasn’t being lazy, I had tons of things I was working on. I hosted SORMAG’s Online Book Festival. I taught The Promotion Book Camp. I created all the content for the Book Camp. I worked on a few
In 2016 I did a lot of Periscoping on online promotion. Each Wednesday I will be sharing the videos with you. Today is about mailing lists. If you know me, I’m always preaching about the importance of having your own mailing list. Click the video and learn more about having a mailing list. I will discuss: Why your Mailing List Is Your Most Important Tool and why you need one. Creating a Mailing List Sharing
This post was inspired by my cousin’s blog post – Our Secrets to Love. She offered some lessons she’s learned in her marriage. Check out her blog – Watering Our Seeds it’s a great new blog. I was like I’m going to do 20 lessons and as I started typing; I was like 20 is a lot. I decided to focus on 10 that way not to overwhelm you. My 20th anniversary is November 16th,
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The last few years, I’ve started using testimonials in my business. I will be honest and say FEAR stopped me from asking for testimonials. As I started working with a coach and she told me about using them more, I realized my mistake in letting fear stop me from asking my clients for testimonials. Now I ask and to my surprise they always say yes. Here a few ways to use testimonials. In your sales
Holiday seasons are probably the worst time for grieving people because that’s when you miss your love ones the most. The first year my mom passed we decided not to do Thanksgiving together and I think that was the worst thing to do because we should have come together as a family and grieved together instead of staying at our own homes. Christmas was very hard for me because Christmas was my mother’s favorite holiday.
Are you looking to find new readers? Check the tips I offer in this scope. If you have any questions, leaving them in the comments.
If you answered no to this question. You might want to register for the ROCK Your Promotion Class I’m teaching on November the 1st. http://bit.ly/PLANTRN