With so many Marketers in the mainstream social media world, how do you set yourself apart from the rest as a the one people trust and buy from? It has long been said that people do not buy products from salespeople, they buy YOU…the salesperson.
Without argue, one of the most important steps you must take as an Internet marketer is to build your list of email subscribers. If you’re using Feedburner for your email subscribers you are missing out on a fortune and the opportunity to build your relationship with your subscribers!
How’s your list-building going? You hear about it all the time “You’ve got to have a list…” but there’s a big difference between having a list and having a profitable list.
I’ve put together what I feel are 10 of the most popular posts (or ones that may have been missed) from the last few months of Market Like A Chick. You’ll find tips and feelings on Marketing, Social Media and Personal Branding. Take a few minutes to check some of these out…and please be sure to bookmark for later reference.
So, why should a women find confidence in this new marketing trend? Because women, in general, love to build relationships and help others. Your blog allows you to be yourself, listen to your readers, nurture relationships and build rapport.
With the fast paced and diverse messages constantly being sent over the Twitter feed how do you narrow down the conversation to discuss and focus on your niche? The challenge in how to create a buzz around your brand or niche and position yourself as a leading authority in that trend
Times are changing for business building and business branding. No longer does a business need 40 years to build their image. Now, we have Social Media.
What I said came from my heart, but what I’ve learned since then is that there is a name for my theory that top entrepreneurs and business coaches teach around the world. It’s called Personal Branding and it’s huge. Your “personal brand” is what makes you unique in your niche and is what people will know you for when they hear your name, business name, or blog. Your personal brand should reflect your life experiences, your passions, and your personality. It’s what makes you…you.