Marketing

3 Easy Steps to Set Up Your Autoresponders in MailChimp

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MailChimp is typically one of the very first names to come up when people talk about e-mail marketing platforms. Not just is it among the most popular choices around, it also happens to be extremely user-friendly. Plus, it features a robust autoresponder performance that can finish your projects. MailChimp autoresponders-- or 'automation'-- can allow you to establish intricate projects that will work for...

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Essential Website Elements

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You want to take control of your business. Maybe you are getting started building your business and never had a website before. Or, maybe your current website just isn’t working for you or you’re finally ready to put up your site and get your business online. Whatever your reason, there’s a lot to learn in order to end up with an effective website that...

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7 main promotional events recommended you use to FILL your paid programs

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( like workshop, retreats) #1 Speaking Engagements A Speaking Engagement is when you take an opportunity to get in front of a group of people someone else has gathered. The group would be chock full (or as close as possible) to your specific audience just right for your programs. Here are some examples of places you might get Speaking Engagements: · Membership groups · Networking...

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Marketing is like a Tuning Fork

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Just as vibrating objects like a tuning fork produce sound waves, the relational vibration that an organization sends out to its key constituents—employees, customers and investors—via its marketing efforts, essentially produces its success. I spend a lot of time thinking about these three key relationships and how marketing affects each. The tuning fork serves as a useful illustration of how a vibrating...

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