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How to Concentrate For Long Periods Without Getting Distracted

By: Stephanie Tuesday February 21, 2017 comments Tags: product creation, Time management, Copywriting, Blogging, Article creation, Mindset, Motivation, Email marketing, product launch, Content marketing, Webinar

How to Concentrate For Long Periods Without Getting Distracted

In today's distraction-packed world, it can be a challenge to focus on one task for a protracted period of time. You're just getting into the groove, your train of thought is leaving the station, and you're ready to be productive... and then an email comes in, someone messages you on Facebook, or you think of something else that has to be done, and the next thing you know, you've lost half an hour. Now, not only are you behind schedule, but you're wasting even MORE time on mentally kicking yourself! This challenge comes up a lot in... Read More


Avoid Losing Leads by Using the Scavenger Hunt Principle of Marketing

By: Stephanie Tuesday February 14, 2017 comments Tags: Marketing, Copywriting, Blogging, Client attraction, Email marketing, product launch, Content marketing, Public relations, Business planning, Lead nurture, Social media

Avoid Losing Leads by Using the Scavenger Hunt Principle of Marketing

Are you giving your leads the best possible chance of becoming customers, or are you needlessly losing them somewhere along the way? The answer to that question partly depends on how well you use the "Scavenger Hunt" principle when creating your sales funnel. What is the Scavenger Hunt principle? As kids - or as adults - you may have played a game where one person made and hid a series of clues, and the others had to find them. Each clue led to the location of the next clue. Sometimes, if you were lucky - or unlucky, depending... Read More


Should You Outline Your Marketing Materials, or Fly by the Seat of Your Pants?

By: Stephanie Tuesday January 31, 2017 comments Tags: Marketing, product creation, Copywriting, Blogging, Article creation, Client attraction, About me page, Email marketing, Content marketing, Webinar

Should You Outline Your Marketing Materials, or Fly by the Seat of Your Pants?

For every writer, whether in the field of fiction or nonfiction, there's an important question that needs to be asked: "Should I outline my material before I write it, or fly by the seat of my pants?" If you write blog posts, web pages, articles, video scripts, sales pages, training programs, courses, or ebooks for your business, this question will probably come up for you. Both methods have their merits. Flying by the seat of your pants - or "pantsing", to use a more concise and funnier-sounding term - allows for a greater degree of... Read More


7 Quick Tips to Increase Conversions in Email Marketing

By: Stephanie Tuesday November 22, 2016 comments Tags: Marketing, Copywriting, Client attraction, Email marketing, product launch, Content marketing, Lead nurture

7 Quick Tips to Increase Conversions in Email Marketing

Are your subscribers and leads reading your emails, or just glancing at them and tossing them in the trash? In today's fast-paced world, it's important to craft emails that instantly catch people's attention, and give them a good reason to open, read and act upon your message - even if there are a dozen other emails in their inbox already. Here are 7 quick, easy tips for getting more clients through your email marketing: 1. Use a short subject line that inspires curiosity, pain or need. Your subject line doesn't need to be long, and it... Read More


10 Branding Mistakes You Can NOT Afford to Make

Tuesday November 15, 2016 comments Tags: Marketing, product creation, Copywriting, Lead attraction, Client attraction, graphic design, Content marketing, Public relations, Business planning, Social media, Branding

10 Branding Mistakes You Can NOT Afford to Make

Today's blog post is brought to you by guest writer Niraj Ranjan Rout. For a coach or entrepreneur, your brand is one of your most valuable distinction points. It makes you unique and sets you apart from other similar businesses offering similar services. In short, it answers the most important question your customers tend to ask: Why should I choose you?. "Your brand is the single most important investment you can make in your business." - Steve Forbes You must make sure that your brand captures the soul of your company and... Read More


Guest Star Post: How to Get More Clients by Saying Less

By: Stephanie Friday November 4, 2016 comments Tags: Marketing, Copywriting, Public speaking, Client attraction, About me page, Email marketing, Content marketing, Webinar, Enrollment, Public relations, Lead nurture

Guest Star Post: How to Get More Clients by Saying Less

When you have an enrollment conversation or create your marketing materials, are you really telling your audience what they need to know? Or are you losing their interest by talking about too many things that your potential client doesn't care about? In today's Guest Star blog post,Rob Frappierwill help you todetermine which parts of your message are essential to inspiring the client to sign up, and what will only bore them and drive them away. By the way, this will be my last Guest Star blogpost for a while. I will still post a new... Read More


Should You Use Your Slogan or Brand Name in Your Marketing?

By: Stephanie Tuesday November 1, 2016 comments Tags: Marketing, Copywriting, Lead attraction, Client attraction, Email marketing, Content marketing, Public relations

Should You Use Your Slogan or Brand Name in Your Marketing?

Your brand name or slogan is amazing. It's catchy, it's clever, it captures the essence of your business, and maybe it even has added alliterative appeal to boot. So now that you've got such a great catchphrase, why wouldn't you use it as a selling point in your marketing? I've seen several entrepreneurs do that, and if you're planning to follow that trend and use your slogan as a selling point, then I'll have to call on the gamer nerd side of me and give you an important piece of advice, as explained by Sans the Skeleton: ​ Before... Read More


Guest Star Post: 4 Questions that Determine Whether Your Marketing Materials Will Get Clients

By: Stephanie Friday October 28, 2016 comments Tags: Marketing, Copywriting, Lead attraction, Client attraction, Email marketing, product launch, Content marketing, Public relations, Lead nurture, Social media

Guest Star Post: 4 Questions that Determine Whether Your Marketing Materials Will Get Clients

You have lots of valuable wisdom, tools and strategies to share... but do your marketing materials convey that value? Or do they just confuse your clients, or leave them feeling ambivalent toward your offering? In today's Guest Star blog post, I'm sharing 4 questions you can use to test your marketing materials BEFORE using them, so you can avoid losing time, money and leads on materials that are sure to flop. I'll also reveal 3 problems that often prevent coaches and entrepreneurs from getting clients, so you can avoid losing clients to... Read More


3 Ways Marketing is Kind of Like Sex

By: Stephanie Tuesday September 20, 2016 comments Tags: Marketing, Mindset, Client attraction, Copywriting, Lead attraction, Content marketing, Enrollment

3 Ways Marketing is Kind of Like Sex

Did you know that marketing is kind of like sex? It's weird, but true. Here are 3things marketing has in common with sex, and some ways you can use this knowledge to attract more clients. 1. It's semi-taboo, yet necessary. A lot of people get uncomfortable when the subject of sex comes up. The same is true for marketing and sales. When people ask you if you're selling something, it can actually sound like an accusation, which can make you feel defensive and guilty. If you react with discomfort and shame, that will communicate to your... Read More


Your Clients Probably Dont Want a Faster Horse

By: Stephanie Tuesday September 6, 2016 comments Tags: Marketing, Client attraction, Lead attraction, Copywriting

Your Clients Probably Dont Want a Faster Horse

You may have heard the saying, often attributed to Henry Ford, that "If I had asked my customers what they wanted, they would have told me a faster horse". This quote is often used to illustrate the need to innovate and invent in your business, but it also applies strongly to how you market yourself. When you ask your clients what they want, it's important to find out WHY they want it. While the actual origins of the quote are debated, I'll apply it to the automotive industry for the purposes of this illustration. This quote raises an... Read More



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