THE AUDIOBOOK HAS LANDED!!!!! Because who reads anymore? When Found It: A Field Guide for Mom Entrepreneurs came out in paperback in 2012, I demanded so much of you. Putting your phone down to pick up a book. Lifting said book up and putting it back down. But NO MORE exhausting yourself having to turn pages.
How To Lead A Guilt-Free Parenting Lifestyle Published in PBS Parents on March 19, 2012 “Got guilt? It’s an epidemic. And we’ve all been there. Rushing out the door after dropping off your preschooler to get to work on time? Check. Late for a meeting because of a sick child? Check. Determining that you want
Have a question about your business? Maybe it’s a social media quandary. Or a marketing issue. Or a legal question. Maybe it’s about your graphic design, or your current website, or your work-family juggling act. Whatever your current company concern is, we’re here to help — publicly. If you send in your burning question, we’ll
“Did you know that newsletters are far more effective at driving business to your company’s website than social media? For you “I-Don’t-Have-Time”-ers and you “Why-Bother”-ites, maybe you should rethink your marketing efforts and create a promotional email. Only please make it less annoying, less spam-like and less cringe-inducing than everyone else’s newsletters. How? 1. Content matters. Don’t get lazy
Guest Post by Intrist’s Joe Garbarczyk :: The majority of your website traffic will see your homepage at some point. It’s important that your homepage is working hard for you. This is usually the first step in the conversion funwebsite traffic nel (and one of the most important!) If this is the first time a
Back by popular demand! Check out the next series of workshops I’ll be offering in the Fall: Becoming An Expert In Your Field: Tuesday, September 18 at 10A – 12P or 6P – 8P The Itty Bitty Basics of Twitter: Thursday, September 20 from 10A – 12P Pocketbook-Friendly Publicity: Free PR For Your Business: Tuesday,
Guest Post by Katy Lynch :: As a mom, and business owner, things can get pretty hectic. I have heard from a lot of entrepreneurs and startups that social media is overwhelming, and it can be. Managing content across multiple platforms can be a full-time job (take it from me)! The important thing to remember is