I made it to the last day of the January Ultimate Blog Challenge and I could not be more thrilled to complete this challenge!
I have the opportunity to participate in The AccessAlly Certification Training Program and I have one of my wonderful clients to thank for funding the training for me.
Growing your email list with offline tactics is frequently overlooked by a lot of online marketers and even people with bricks and mortar stores.
Today’s post is an interesting article I found on ezinearticles.com, “5 Profitable Businesses You can Start From Home”, by Jon Allo.
One of the most popular ways to entice people to sign up for an email list or newsletter is to offer something of value in exchange for an email address, name, and sometimes other information.
I’m not going to unload a lot of business jargon on you, but I am going to tell you what it’s like in the day in the life of a Digital Marketing Maven.
For today’s post, I thought I would share with you some of the blogs I’ve been reading and enjoying during this month’s Ultimate Blog Challenge.
In-person events can seem intimidating, if you haven’t participated on regular basis. However, in-person events give you an advantage.
When creating content to get more traffic, it’s important to make sure that people are interested in the topic.
LinkedIn is one of the most popular social marketing sites on the Internet, and within the top 30 of all sites in the world. In light of this, you can be assured of a high level of visibility.
There are a number of ways you can tweak and improve upon your Facebook marketing strategies, but I want to focus in on one of the most popular and that is using Facebook Live.
You can grow your email list with local events and public speaking bigger and stronger than you may have thought possible. Let’s look at how you can do that.
Today’s post is a personal reflection and an idea that came from the Ultimate Blog Challenge theme for the day and that’s to write about what’s on your bucket list you want to accomplish in your lifetime.
Social media marketing enables you to attract more attention when you create and share content. Social media platforms are great places to engage with your audience but they aren’t the best places to make sales.
Switching gears today and sharing with you the apps and resources I use to streamline my business processes.
Webinars are one of the most effective ways to drive prospects and sales for your business. Webinars take time and effort to plan and you do need some technical skills.
Growing your list with blogging is an effective way to build a targeted email list that is full of people who act on your calls to action.
Imagine this…you’ve put in the work and created the perfect course for your audience. It’s up on the platform of your choice and you’ve created your sales page.
One of the best ways to grow your mailing list fast is to outsource. Outsourcing is always less expensive than you think it will be because in many cases there is an actual return on investment to do the outsourcing.
Today I’m taking a totally different turn and posting a photo that is close to my heart…my family.
There are tons of ways to manage and review your analytics, but did you know you can make it work for you to build your email list?
Creating a course might seem like a lot of work. After all, you have to create a ton of content. And this is on top of all the content it takes to promote it. You probably feel like you’re on a continuous loop of creating content.
So you’ve taken the time to create a spectacular course that you know your students will benefit from. You’ve done all the research.
Since I’ve been embarking on writing posts around the theme of digital course creation and delivery this month, today’s topic is simply best practices and must-haves for your courses.
If you’re not convinced yet, let’s talk about why you want an email list to start with. Getting more prospects and making more sales with email marketing is in your grasp.
Yesterday’s post on Gaining More Prospects and Sales from Email Marketing (Part One) can be found here.
I want to cover a topic that needs mentioning and should be a part of any business if you want to reach your prospects and gain more sales. And that’s email marketing.
You’ve decided to create a course to teach your potential students from. However, you quickly run into a problem – you don’t know the type of course model you want to use.
As you’re planning and developing your digital e-course, one of the things you also need to consider is what platform to use to deliver it successfully. Today’s post provides an insight on what platforms are available, listing pros and cons for each.
Yesterday’s post provided tips on how to pre-sell your course, but if you need inspiration on how to fully drill down and find the right topic that will be beneficial to you and your audience, hopefully these next three tips will generate just what you need to create it.