Increase your Sales
We entrepreneurs know that copywriting is an essential element of online business success (at least we should know). Our websites, social media posts, sales pages, optin pages… they all involve copy.
Picture it (in Sophia voice)…you just found out that your favorite show is now on Netflix and you can beige watch it all day.
You just stocked up on popcorn and wine (thanks to Olivia Pope) and you can spend the day to Netflix and chill.
But you just remembered you have a list of things that need to be done that you haven’t started. Your schedule is pretty clear so you have the option to make it happen or mellow out.
When people use the word slimy I immediately think of some gross, slick, green substances.
Don’t really know why I think green but everything from my childhood tells me that slim is supposed to be green. Maybe it was the influx of games shows, I digress.
If you’re just starting out or even have been an entrepreneur for some time, I’m sure you have seen the saying “hire before you’re ready”. It’s on social media and blogs that that talk about the steps to entrepreneurship but how do you know if it’s really for you?
Marketing, Marketing, Marketing!
It’s the modern day Marsha of the Brady Bunch because everyone loves to talk about it. Marketing is the driving force of our business and how people learn about our awesomeness.
I think that’s why so many people go into overload when they begin to think about marketing. They think, I need more followers, I need more signs, I need more ads, I need more social media, I need more, more, more.
I remember starting my first two business and wanting to get customers/clients so badly that I would be willing to lower my prices. I know it’s crazy but it’s true and like so many other individuals starting out in business, lowering prices is the only way to get a sale, right?