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Interview - What to Say in Your Marketing Materials

By: Stephanie Tuesday June 12, 2018 comments Tags: Marketing, Copywriting, Lead attraction, Client attraction, Email marketing, Content marketing

Interview - What to Say in Your Marketing Materials

Do you ever wonder how to get potential clients' attention, what to say in your marketing materials to turn casual viewers into clients, and why some potential clients walk away even though they need your services? In this six-minute video, I reveal all of that and more in an interview with Jeff Bloom from 360 Degrees to Success. Click the video below to watch the interview! If you want to hear the full 20-minute interview, please visit www.libertyneverstartagain.net and sign up for the seminar series in which... Read More


Five Steps to Building a Positive Work Environment

Tuesday May 29, 2018 comments Tags: team building, Motivation, leadership

Five Steps to Building a Positive Work Environment

Guest post byMark Johnson Without effective employee engagement, a company will struggle to succeed. It is therefore imperative to create a work environment in which workers feel motivated so that they are able to be productive. There are a couple of core principles that will help you achieve maximum engagement by concentrating on employee motivation and creating a warm, engaging work environment. Give Your Employees A Push Towards Positivity With the pressure that comes with having a global community, it goes without... Read More


Should You Share Your Ugly Past With Your Potential Clients?

By: Stephanie Tuesday May 15, 2018 comments Tags: Marketing, Copywriting, Lead attraction, Mindset, Inspiration, Public speaking, Client attraction, About me page, product launch, Content marketing, Webinar, Enrollment, Public relations, Social media, Website design, Video marketing

Should You Share Your Ugly Past With Your Potential Clients?

If you host webinars, give live presentations, have an "About Me" page on your site, or otherwise share your story with your audience, I have a question for you: Do you share your raw, real story, warts and all? Or do you present a pretty, polished version for fear of making people uncomfortable or making yourself look bad? A few years ago, I met a business owner who faced that conundrum. She'd been abused, had lived on the streets, and had struggled to support herself. Since then, she'd become a six-figure business owner, and she... Read More


Passion is Not Enough - What You Need to Be an Entrepreneur

Tuesday May 1, 2018 comments Tags: Mindset, Customer Service, leadership, Business planning

Passion is Not Enough - What You Need to Be an Entrepreneur

Guest post bySalma El-Shurafa When you read business journals and other publications to take inspiration and lessons from those who have succeeded in the business world, youre sure to encounter the topic of passion quite frequently. There are some entrepreneurs who conclude that whatever success they have secured was gained simply by following their passion: they did what made them happy, and everything fell into place. Thats the kind of story every aspiring entrepreneur likes to read or hear, because it presents a romantic journey.... Read More


6 Questions to Help You Create a Bio that Gets Clients

By: Stephanie Tuesday April 17, 2018 comments Tags: Marketing, Copywriting, Lead attraction, Public speaking, Client attraction, About me page, product launch, Webinar, Branding, Website design

6 Questions to Help You Create a Bio that Gets Clients

Have you ever read an "About Me" page that looked and felt like an entry in an encyclopedia, or listened to a webinar presenter share a backstory that made you wonder why they were telling you all of this? Now, here's a better question: did you read or listen to the whole thing, or did you get bored and click away from the page partway through? Some bios inspire their audiences to contact you, or encourage them to buy your services. Others attempt to show the company's or presenter's credibility, but are too dry or irrelevant to get... Read More


How to Convince Clients that You Can Get Results - Even If You're Just Starting Out

By: Stephanie Tuesday April 3, 2018 comments Tags: Marketing, Copywriting, Client attraction, Email marketing, Content marketing, Enrollment

How to Convince Clients that You Can Get Results - Even If You're Just Starting Out

When a client is thinking about making a purchase from you, they have one primary question: can you get them the result they want? How long you've been in business, how pretty your website is, and how many features your offer includes are secondary to this one all-important question. Those elements can help you make a sale, but unless the client likes the answer to That One Question, they're unlikely to buy anything. For some people, it can be a challenge to convincingly answer that question, especially if you're just starting out.... Read More


How to Use Social Commerce to Maximize the Results of Your Social Media Marketing

Tuesday March 20, 2018 comments Tags: Marketing, Lead attraction, Client attraction, Content marketing, Customer Service, Public relations, Business planning, Lead nurture, Social media

How to Use Social Commerce to Maximize the Results of Your Social Media Marketing

If you or your target audienceare frequent social media users, advances in social commerce can be a huge blessing for you. Social media can help you to educate your audience about your products, give them an easy way to buy from you, and offer quick and convenient customer support. It also helps your clients to research your products, so they can be confident about their buying decision. Today, guest writerJosh Wardini is sharing a guest post andinfographicthat will help you to understand what kinds of social commerce tools are available... Read More


When The Coaching Call Presenter is Missing, Don't Miss Your Opportunity to Get Clients

By: Stephanie Tuesday March 6, 2018 comments Tags: Marketing, Lead attraction, Public speaking, Client attraction, Content marketing, Public relations, leadership

When The Coaching Call Presenter is Missing, Don't Miss Your Opportunity to Get Clients

  Have you even been on a group coaching call, waiting for the presenter to show up... and waiting... and waiting... and eventually realized that they weren't going to come? Even big and successful companies have the occasional mix-up with their coaching calls. Their presenter is on vacation and they forget to cancel the call, or something comes up at the last minute, or they have some kind of technical difficulties that prevent the presenter from accessing the call. Whatever the reason, you and the other participants are now... Read More


5 Things NOT to do When You're Trying to Get Clients Through Guest Blogging

By: Stephanie Tuesday February 20, 2018 comments Tags: Marketing, Time management, Blogging, Article creation, Lead attraction, Client attraction, Content marketing

5 Things NOT to do When You're Trying to Get Clients Through Guest Blogging

Guest blogging can be highly lucrative, if you do it the right way and in the right places. Not only does it boost your search engine rank by creating backlinks to your site, but sharing your expertise with other people's audiences exposes you to potential clients who wouldn't have known you existed otherwise. I've personally made well over $10,000 as a direct result of my guest blogging efforts. But as a site owner, I've also seen would-be guest bloggers make mistakes that waste their time and that of the businesses... Read More


4 Reasons To Learn To Say No - Even To Your Clients

Tuesday February 6, 2018 comments Tags: Time management, Mindset, Customer Service, Public relations, leadership, Business planning, Customer retention

4 Reasons To Learn To Say No - Even To Your Clients

Im naturally a very agreeable person. Its because I like it when people are happy even more so when Im the reason they feel that way. At the same time, at one point that sentiment nearly destroyed me. ‚ÄčThere are many reasons for that, but one of the biggest ones was that I was spending all of my time dancing to other peoples tunes and never getting the things that were important to me done. Then I learned how to say no and everything changed. Admittedly, it wasnt easy at first. It caused quite a bit of a ruckus, as those people who... Read More



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