Word-of-mouth referrals are doubly good: they're less expensive than marketing-generated leads and, because they often come from existing customers, they tend to be better qualified. We'd all love to get more referrals, wouldn't we? In this episode, business coach Laura Khalil will step us through the process she goes through with her clients. You'll learn how smart business owners lay the foundation required to build a sturdy referral-based business.
Public speaking is one of the best ways to connect with your market. And in a world where virtual speaking events are becoming more and more popular, it's important your presentation slides hold the attention of your audience!
Lindsay Pinchuk started her business, Bump Club and Beyond, in 2010 as a side gig. She was pregnant and had $500 in her pocket. Within eight years, her business was reaching 1.5MM parents and parents-to-be — attracting multiple acquirers. She sold the business and continued to lead the brand, doubling its reach over the next few years. In this episode, Lindsay will share the smart and simple steps she took to gain momentum in the very beginning.
Destini Copp was a marketing student, corporate marketer, and marketing professor before starting her own marketing-coaching business. In other words: Destini knows a thing or two about marketing! But she nonetheless found it very challenging to market her newly established business.
In this episode, Destini will talk about how she learned to focus intensely on driving traffic to her website and into a series of "automated sales funnels." You'll learn the specific tactics she employs (and you could, too!) to get website visitors and convert them into paying customers.
Could a three-minute segment on local television help market your business? Most certainly! Whether it’s a one-on-one interview or a morning-show segment with reporters trying out your newest recipe, local TV can garner impressive exposure for your brand.