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Quick Questions and Answers about Marketing

Quick Questions and Answers about Marketing

Today’s quick questions and Answers About Marketing come via Facebook

Quick Questions and Answers about Marketing

Question 1 via a Facebook business group:

On one of my business groups, a business owner posted this request:

I have a fast-growing, highly engaged natural hair community. By *natural hair* I mean ethnic women who choose not to use chemical hair straighteners.

Think of it like this: “I’ve got big hair and I don’t care!”! I started the group as a hobby, but would love ideas for how to monetize it. They want healthy, long hair and ideas for styling it. They are addicted to hair products and how-to videos. There are a TON of free hair tutorials online. It’s ridiculous. I don’t want to make hair products or start a magazine.

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How to Schedule Your Posts on an Editorial Calendar inside your Website

Can an Editorial Calendar really work? I hear this question a lot and the short answer is, “Yes, it can!”. The long answer is, “Yes, it can if you set it up properly and use it consistently.”. I know people who use all types of ways to remind themselves when to write on their blog, here are just a few:

  • To Do Lists (paper and online)
  • Spreadsheets (printed and online)
  • Marketing Websites where you may or may not pay a monthly fee to schedule all your tasks
  • Task Scheduling software (again you may or may not have to pay, depending on the brand)
How to Launch a Website, Attract Traffic and Make Sales

How to Launch a Website, Attract Traffic and Make Sales

How to Launch a Website, Attract Traffic and Make Sales

When I think about how to launch a website, I think about the diverse range of clients I have – some of the men include: a 75 year old author, a 23 year old fashion guy, a business professional, an opera singer, a restaurant chef & its owner, a cafe owner, a maths teacher, a cleaning company owner, a French travel site owner, a corporate printing company department head, etc.

I just launched my new website design

I just launched my new website design

I just launched my new website design

One of the fundamentals of having a business online is making sure your shiny new website design is working well for you.

You set up your site, work out your Sales Funnel, create an irrestible free offer in exchange for an email name, and then launch your site.

So what happens next?

You start marketing yourself, getting mentioned in other places on the internet, press releases, articles, social media (just to name a few), and if your product or service is interesting enough to get visiters popping over to your site, you’ve done a great job!

How do I make marketing easier to manage? Is it possible?

004 – How do I make marketing easier to manage?

How do I make marketing easier to manage? Is it possible?

Today’s question: How do I make marketing easier to manage?

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Transcript for “How do I make marketing easier to manage?”

Sometimes the marketing itself isn’t too hard to do, but it’s the “managing” of all those marketing efforts afterwards which can be a bit overwhelming.

With a bit of research and planning, you can use amazing free tools on the internet to help you with managing all your marketing efforts – here are some I use all the time, and can highly recommend:

How do I do marketing on a small budget?

003 – How do I do marketing on a small budget?

How do I do marketing on a small budget?

How do I do marketing on a small budget?

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With the amazing free tools available on the internet, it’s possible to set up an entire marketing campaign -for free -cool!

You could do some social media -Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin -choose the ones you’re most comfortable with.

Come up with clever ways to get your message across without being pushy

Try different ways to get your fabulous content on the internet:

  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • Linkedin
  • forum posts
  • Q&A’s
  • web pages
  • blog posts
  • PDFs
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How will business people find my video creation business online?

“How will people search and find my video creation business?”

I’ve had a lot of success with SEO and video marketing by using “keyword phrases” which are “questions”. Many people type questions into a search engine and into Youtube, hoping to find an answer.

Find my video creation business online - please! (image)If you’re thinking, “I need people to find me when they want a video made for their business.” then I have a simple solution for you – and because you’re a video maker, it’ll be super easy to do.

Why you need a Media page

If you’re not sure why you need a Media page, you’d better read closely – this is one of THE most important pages required on your website if you want to brand yourself and your business, and if you want to make it easy on journalists and the press.  Media marketing is an extremely important part of every business, so whenever there is a mention of your business anywhere – online or offline – make sure to mention it on your Media page of your website.

How do I post a question to you?

How Do I Post A Question To You?

How do I post a question to you?

“How Do I …?” questions are always welcome!

Asking yourself, “How Do I …?” do something related to your website, your marketing, branding domain names, hosting, etc etc etc?

“Teena, how do I post a question to you?”

I’d love to help – all you need to do is :

  • send me a Voicemail (by recording your voice on your computer or smart phone, then emailing it to me])
  • or send an email by clicking the Contact button in the Menu
  • or pop over to my Facebook page, Twitter page or Youtube Channel
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Treat current customers like gold and really MEAN it

These days everyone is pretty much overwhelmed by hype, pretence and blather – do you treat current customers like gold? If not, it’s time to look at how you do treat them – and see if there’s room for improvement.