The No-More-Excuses Newsletter Checklist


When working as a freelance web designer, I tried to send out a quality newsletter on a consistent basis. Turns out I was terrible at it. It was so hard to get it done and done well every month, that it ended up causing me much more stress than it was worth. Fast forward to… [Read More]

Visualize Your Analytics: Numbers Can Be Pretty, Too!


Oh, you don’t love spreadsheets? Looking at your Facebook insights makes your head hurt? If you would rather do anything but track your social media analytics, have no fear math-phobes. There are swanky tools out there made just for us visual learners. Reviewing your analytics can be pretty overwhelming. Once you finally wrap your head… [Read More]

Why All Successful Business Owners are Intuitive


All successful business owners have these 2 things in common; they are strategic and instinctive. They are biz savvy. They know all the things you need to know to run a successful business. They know how to leverage, how to use social media, how to create and build audiences, how to be engaging, and how… [Read More]

Warning: This Means the End of The Pinterest Time-Suck


Have you been dedicating lots of time to Pinterest, pumped up by the sheer volume of visitors it receives each day, but not entirely sure how that investment of your time was paying off? (Confession: at LKR we started paying attention to this social network only in the past year but I’m so glad we… [Read More]

Land Way More Leads with This One Tweak to Your LinkedIn Profile

LinkedIn is one of the most powerful tools in your social media arsenal and yet it’s often overlooked or pushed aside to make room for flashier, more “marketing-friendly” platforms. We leave our profiles to gather dust until the very last moment when we notice it’s terribly out of date but important for an application or… [Read More]

3 Small Ways to Make Big Changes to Your Website and Online Marketing


Creating your own online presence — DIY’ing as I call it — can be a daunting task. For small and single-person businesses, however, keeping things like website design and development in-house isn’t a choice…it’s a necessity. And, for most DIYers, there comes a time when you look at your self-created website and know that it… [Read More]

A Simple Tweak that Will Immediately Increase Your Product/Service Sales

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For those of you who are moms — Happy Belated Mother’s Day! I’m not a mom yet, but I am in awe of those of you who are moms.  Being a mom is no easy feat!   Last year I spent Mother’s Day with my grandma.  Shortly after that day, she passed away, so I’m grateful… [Read More]

How to Get All Those Online Courses Spoon Fed and Digested Without Lifting a Finger

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How many online courses, workshops, products have you purchased in the last 6 months?  Most people running business online will probably say 1…but I bet they are hiding the 3 other courses they also purchased. I know – I’ve got a little info product habit I USED to hide too! Now – there are many… [Read More]

Charge Your Worth: How To Charge More For Your Services


Do you have a hard time figuring out how to charge for your services or products?  Well, if you’re like most entrepreneurs and small business owners, chances are you’re not charging enough.  So if you’re in business for yourself, here are four tips to help you increase your prices and charge what you’re worth for… [Read More]

How to Reach Hundreds of New Readers with One Blog Post


One of the best ways to get exposure for your business is by appearing as a guest blogger on other people’s blogs. I’ve made it an integral part of my company’s marketing strategy: we want to keep bringing new visitors to our website, some of whom will turn into customers. When another blog can introduce… [Read More]