What Should You Post, Tweet and Blog About?

Is Social Media a place to cyber-stalk people or a way to really build your business? Okay, the cyber-stalk thing is (mostly) a joke. I work with a lot of new entrepreneurs and small busiseses who want to use social media to build their business, not just tell the world what they had for lunch and what they are up to next (sometimes those types of updates are great). How do we ADD VALUE to our audience and position ourselves as the experts in our industry? I continue to learn every day and don’t pretend to be the expert, yet. I’m working on it though. Here are three tips to show you valuable topics you can talk about in your social media efforts: 1. Create a mastermind Have a brainstorm session about what you should post, tweet and blog about. You walk away with a page of topics, questions you can answer, and much more that will keep you busy for a solid month (or more) on new material that ADDS VALUE to the lives of your clients and prospects. 2. Research and Follow Follow popular blogs, Tweeters, and befriend people on Facebook to give you some examples of different styles of writing. You will soon learn what annoys you and what you naturally gravitate toward. Always keep your writing in your own voice. If you have “ghost writers” for your social media efforts then make sure they represent you well, which they should if they are good ghost writers. 3. Just Do It You have to start somewhere so bit the bullet and start. You will see your...

7 Ways to Boost Your Business

I am a part of this amazing network called The Women’s Information Network (The WIN) and it provides incredible resources for women.  I came across this article by Debbie Allen and wanted to share it with you becuase it is so applicable to women-preneurs like us! 7 Ways to Boost Your Business: 1. See Your Business Through Your Customers Eyes. Keep a strong focus on your customer base. Pay close attention to their needs and concerns. Study the diversity of different genders and generations. One size sales and service no longer works in the marketplace. 2. Create A Unique Selling Proposition. Your logo, professional image and catch praise must be unique and strongly recognizable. Tell prospective customers why they should do business with you instead of your competition. Promote benefits in all your marketing materials. What makes your business stand out? What is the most unique and beneficial thing you offer your customers? When you discover that you will discover your Unique Selling Proposition. 3. Choose your overall image and remain consistent. All of your marketing materials should feature the same professionally designed logo, colors, paper stock, branded image, etc. 4. Sweat the small stuff. Pay attention to the details of your overall business image. Customers notice and judge you and your business at first glance. They decide to do business with you or move on to your competition quickly from their first impression. Read the complete article...

Ann Webb with Ideal Life Vision Creates Results with Biz Divas

I met with Ann Webb of Ideal Life Vision last week and was thrilled to hear her results by being a part of Biz Divas. She has received over 10 new clients in addition to creating amazing friendships. I love hearing this success. Thank you Ann for being a part of Biz Divas. Ann does amazing work with entrepreneurs in a process called Ideal Life Vision. This process supports you with getting absolutely clear with your goals and dreams and you start manifesting. I’ve been amazed at what I’ve created using her process. It’s a tool that I use every day. Are you ready to play bigger? Then enroll in Ann’s next workshop. Not in Utah? It’s okay because she is about to start her teleconference workshops! See Ann’s feedback on Biz Divas here: Ann Webb – Biz Divas. Check out Ideal Life Vision and play bigger than ever...

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