Archives for January 2012

Use Swipe Files At Your Own Risk: How you can save your list and not ‘eff up

Have you ever modeled something that worked for someone else, but then it didn’t work AT ALL for you? You were given a swipe file, promised results, got so excited and then it flopped? Well, I did…and I ‘effed up big time. It was the end of the year. I wanted to give my peeps… [Read More]

Best Practices for Building Reader Loyalty

If you’re like me, you would prefer your blog readers to visit your site each day and read your newest posts!  The challenge is that there are thousands (if not millions) of other bloggers that would love to earn your readers’ loyalty, too!  How can you compete for their attention? By building reader loyalty! Below… [Read More]

Your First 1,000 Fans: How to Get Started in Social Media Marketing

Click “play” to get your first 1,000 fans (for free) Have you hit your first 1,000 fans? Do you have 1,000 followers on Twitter? Do you have 1,000 fans on Facebook? Well, getting to that 1,000 is not random and it’s not luck, but it remains elusive for a lot of entrepreneurs. It’s not always… [Read More]

Press Releases Don’t Work, So Try An Approach That Does

It’s exciting to see your product on the glossy pages of a magazine, and provides great brand exposure to new customers. Unfortunately, many entrepreneurs don’t know how to get featured. I used to be one of them, but I’ve learned how to get my products the press they deserve and you can too. Here’s my… [Read More]

Are My Tweets on Twitter Public or Private?

In this video, you’ll hear… Whether you should have your tweets be public or private. Who can see your tweets. What is a direct message, anyways?! Transcript: Hi! I’m Laura Roeder and I want to tell you who can see your Twitter messages. Are they totally public? Can just the people that you follow see… [Read More]

Weekly Marketing Schedule for Warriors

A marketing schedule is crucial for long-term success and consistent results. Put your optimal schedule down on paper then stick to it. A schedule makes you accountable and ensures you are getting enough content and exposure out there. I’m currently leveraging this exact schedule to promote my company Here are the core activities needed… [Read More]

The Facebook Divide: How To Untangle Your Business from Your Personal Life Once And For All

Have you seen the new Facebook? Timeline, the ticker, your “talking about this” number – there are so many big changes it can be hard to keep up. These changes are CRUCIAL to successful facebook marketing and we don’t want you to get left in the dark. That’s why we decided to hold a special… [Read More]

How To Live Well 360: 3 Powerful Tips for the Overworked Entrepreneur

As an entrepreneur myself, I know what it takes to build a business from the ground up. It’s often a challenge that takes on new meaning the moment you set foot down that path—stretching you to grow, learn, and do things that you never would have imagined that you would or even could do. Being… [Read More]

How to Work with a Writing Coach to Grow Your Business

Guest post by Prime Sarmiento I believe it is safe to assume that if you are reading this blog, you are an entrepreneur (or an aspiring entrepreneur) who is using the website to sell products and services, promote relationship with your customers and establish your expertise. But whatever your business is  – personal chef, acupuncturist… [Read More]