How do I find more coaching clients for my business? It is probably the most frequently asked question I get. The answer is to put in place a marketing strategy with a variety of sales methods, of which Facebook adverts is one. I personally love using Facebook ads for coaches because of the quick response it is possible to get.[Read more…] about Facebook ads for coaches
Something slightly different today – I’m talking to Ellie who runs a page called Headway with Ellie Megraw and also has a Facebook group called the Big Switch and has a coaching program called Soul Ignition. Headway Training is based in Brisbane, in Queensland, Australia.[Read more…] about Women in Business: Ellie Megraw
Coronavirus has affected all of us in ways we have yet to determine. It is difficult to work out how we should be marketing or whether we should be marketing in such uncertain times.
A few key industry sectors are booming like finance, news, and food. A few have mixed results like retail depending on whether you sell essentials or luxury goods. And quite a lot have bombed completely like travel, construction, and advertising (see statistic graphs on neilpatel.com). So why would you advertise now?[Read more…] about Why now might be the perfect time to advertise your business on Facebook
Whatever your business size you need social media. It has become a part of the marketing mix that isn’t likely to go away any time soon, even if the platforms of choice change.[Read more…] about Why you need to hire a social media manager
I have spent literally hours online recently trying to find an easy to use video tool that anyone can use and that doesn’t cost the earth. I really only wanted a couple of basic things: the ability to upload my own images (multiple) or footage, the ability to add text over the top of images, and the ability to download as an MP4 without losing resolution or the video being resized. That’s not really a lot to ask…. or so I thought….[Read more…] about Kapwing Online Video Tool
The theme of my holiday (and my first week back at work) has been generosity. Generosity not necessarily of a material nature, but of time and knowledge. People have taken the time to invite me into their homes, to spend time showing me their favourite places (blue lagoons) and activities (snorkelling, sailing and hiking). Entrepreneurs have explained their business ideas to me and shown me the inner workings of their businesses. People have shared their future career concerns with me. Experts have given me knowledge about business psychology and market research. None of them asked for payment and nor did I charge for the career counselling 😉 It is wonderful.