More people are looking at alternative ways to make a difference to their lives and one of the things they tend to focus on is their career and how they spend their working time. Some find the office environment stifling and certain careers keeping them away from their family and go n a search for a better work and life balance. One of the ways people are changing this is by looking at their hobbies and skills and turning it into a fully fledged business. But, if you want to take things serious then here are some of the ways you can take that next step.
,Most businesses that make money online are selling a product, either directly as a service or physical item, or indirectly by providing interesting content which then attracts paid advertising. That means at some point in the chain there is a customer or consumer that needs to be kept as happy as possible. The reason for this is that these guys are the one that essentially pays for your profits, and without their spending, your business can’t succeed. With that in mind, check out our guide below on how to ensure you online revenue is decent by keeping your customers happy.
So your dream is to become an online business coach.
I get it.
The appeal is obvious: working for yourself, working from home, working directly with great clients, and helping people to make real and visible change that can have a huge impact to their business.
And you’re the perfect fit. You know your stuff. You’ve been doing this for years in a corporate job that you plan to up and leave (or perhaps you already have). And you’re hugely talented.
The amount of consumers that prefer shopping online hoping to find best deals and bargains is increasing day by day. Today, with traditional media declining in importance, companies look towards online tools as an integral component of marketing strategies. Undeniably, the media landscape and marketing has changed in fundamental ways that are long lasting, as digital marketing is expected to continue its rapid growth.
(A guest post from Jennifer Nini)
Do you want more people reading your blog? Do you want to build your subscriber list? Do you want to make money from blogging?
Of course you do, why else would you have a blog?
You could just as easily be journalling in the privacy of your bedroom. Instead, you’ve chosen to publish to the world wide web.
So let me guess, you’ve slaved away perfecting your prose, editing and re-editing your work before finally hitting that submit button. But for all the work you’ve put in, I bet you’re not getting anyone reading your blog except for some family and friends who are obliged to. Am I right?
I have a confession.
I’m a lazy social media poster.
You see, I understand how important social media is for growing a business. I know it’s a great way to increase visibility of your brand. It’s a great way to connect with potential customers. It’s a great way to bring regular traffic to your website.
Messy tables, non-stop ringing phones, sporadic schedules, team management troubles, email beeps, and what not; an entrepreneur often has stacks work of finish. It can be quite difficult to manage all your tasks once your business in kicking-in and has finally started making profits. You don’t want to mess it up at this point of the cycle since this is a crucial stage in the business. Depending on your survival extinct, your business will pave its way into the market and make a mark with the grit you develop at this stage.
As long as you haven’t been living under a rock the past couple years, you’ll know that Instagram should be a key component to your online marketing strategy, especially as a service-based business, where the competition often believes Instagram will not work for them. Newsflash: it can and it will. Your people are out there. So it behooves you to show up there, too, and start making money on Instagram.
Guest post by Melissa Camilleri, Founder of Compliment, Inc. and the 21-Day Insta-course
I want to begin this post by revealing a shocking statistic I uncovered in my own marketing efforts these past few weeks, because the whole point of this post is to convince you of the benefit of advertising on Facebook, and these statistics strengthen my point far better than my meagre writing could.
I compared, like-for-like, a Facebook ad campaign with a mobile ad campaign. The mobile ad campaign was 14 times more expensive than the Facebook campaign.
I’ve been fortunate enough to use two of the top landing page platforms in my business – Leadpages and Clickfunnels, and I wanted to give a review of the two products side by side, because I know that a good landing page tool is one of the most critical decisions for a new entrepreneur to make when they are starting up their business.
I’ll take you through some of my own results, what I’ve learned along the way, and some of the downsides.
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