I just got back to LA from speaking at the Glazer-Kennedy women’s business conference in San Antonio, Texas. I’m proud to say I was blessed with a standing ovation for my presentation.
As I was flying home, I realized that every person at the conference wanted the same exact thing. More customers.
So let me ask you this…
Are you daaaumn good at what you do, but frustrated because only a small number of people know who you are?
Look. You can have the best product or service on the market, but if nobody knows about it – you’re screwed! After all, no customers = no business.
I see so many talented entrepreneurs struggling because they lack the one critical skill that’s the MOST important aspect of any business: marketing.
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I’m about to go into my creative cave to prep for my event, RHH Live. It’s three weeks away and we’re near sold out, which I’m both humbled and grateful for.
If you asked me how we get these kinds of results, I’d say it’s because I’ve built a reputation over the years for truly caring about my customers and working my tush off to over deliver on value and experience.
Continue reading “How To Build A Reputation When You’ve Just Started Your Business”
Sharing who you are, what you believe, and why you’re in business is vitally important. No doubt about it.
But can being “the real you” alienate potential customers?
For example, does being openly gay turn off prospective fans who are outside of the the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) community?
Continue reading “Are You Alienating Potential Customers?”
A reader recently asked my advice on how to market and fill an in-person workshop.
I thought it was a pretty good Q to A, so I started to poke around her website to learn more.
Upon further investigation, I discovered a much bigger problem that needed to be fixed.
Continue reading “Four Online Marketing Mistakes Local Businesses Make (and How To Fix Them)”