Use Customer Feedback to Answer “What Should I Write About Next?”

When you first started your content marketing business, chances are you had no trouble coming up with content ideas. But as you continually put out content, you’ll at some point hit a wall where you’ll start to have trouble coming up with new content ideas. When you get to this point, instead of trying to Read more about Use Customer Feedback to Answer “What Should I Write About Next?”[…]

10 ways to identify if your public relations or media company is right for you

PR plays a key function in a successful business. And for PR to be productive you will need to trust more than friendship or basic instincts in choosing an ideal PR company. Since public relations are about communication and steering the company towards realistic targets, you must consider a number or crucial and tangible issues. Read more about 10 ways to identify if your public relations or media company is right for you[…]

Nine Ways to Show Your Expertise When First Starting Out

When you first start out wanting to start your own business, it can be frightening and even seem impossible. Its the old conundrum about how you can get experience without having experience. But, when you start an online business, you can make your own experience and prove your expertise with just a little work, and Read more about Nine Ways to Show Your Expertise When First Starting Out[…]

Seven Common Mistakes When Making a Presentation

You may think that making mistakes is a rookie move, but you’d be surprised how many seasoned presenters make them as well. Whether you are giving a lecture, conducting a business meeting or performing a sales presentation, avoiding these seven common mistakes is paramount. What’s Wrong? Audiences are not very forgiving, especially when it comes Read more about Seven Common Mistakes When Making a Presentation[…]

The Art of the Discount: How to Never Lower Your Rates Again

It’s happened to every coach and service provider at one time or another—probably more than once. You offer a proposal or contract, only to have your potential client respond with, “That sounds great, but I can’t afford it.” What do you do? For a lot of coaches, their first response is to lower their rate. Read more about The Art of the Discount: How to Never Lower Your Rates Again[…]

S.M.A.R.T Goals Defined

When making goals, it’s important to learn about the acronym S.M.A.R.T. It can help you make better goals. Each letter stands for a different area of the goal. If you create a smart goal, you have created a goal that is Specific, Measurable, Actionable, Reasonable, and Timely. Using SMART goals can set you up for Read more about S.M.A.R.T Goals Defined[…]

Podcasting Tips: 40 Great Questions to Ask in an Interview

Once you have booked guests for your podcast, it will be time to start preparing for what you hope will be a great interview. There are a number of questions to ask in each interview that can break the ice and get the interview off to a good start. These questions can apply to every Read more about Podcasting Tips: 40 Great Questions to Ask in an Interview[…]

Creating Your Action Plan and Online Business Timeline

Most businesses start out with a dream and an inspiration, but that is where it ends. Even the most innovative businesses can wind up closing their doors because a good action plan and a focused timeline were not in place at conception. There are many benefits to creating your action plan and online business timeline. Read more about Creating Your Action Plan and Online Business Timeline[…]

Time Management Tips: Handling Interruptions

Regardless of how much we’d all like to have extra hours in our day to get things done, we’re limited by what we have to work with. Instead of wishing for more time, there are ways to make the most of the hours available by practicing time management tips. The majority of hard-working people want Read more about Time Management Tips: Handling Interruptions[…]