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Getting Started on Instagram

Getting Started on Instagram

In today’s episode we’re talking about Instagram. I’ve been on a social media kick lately and this social network has amazing potential. Instagram has amazing potential for attracting more clients to your business, because people love to see results, using a visual platform like this can be quite effective. Instagram was designed first for mobile… Continue Reading

Facebook Interest Lists {social media}

Facebook Interest Lists {social media}

Today’s podcast episode is about Facebook Interest lists. A Facebook interest list is essentially a newsfeed that you have custom crafted. It doesn’t go through the same algorithms as your master Facebook newsfeed, so on these lists you’ll get to see the updates of the people and pages that you’ve added without worrying that Facebook… Continue Reading

Getting comfortable with hashtags {social media}

Getting comfortable with hashtags {social media}

In today’s episode we’re talking about hashtags. We discussed hashtags a little bit in the last episode, regarding twitter scheduling. In that episode, I recommended using hashtags that are location specific, mentioning your city, community and or region in order to start appearing in the local conversation. Today we’re touching on Instagram hashtags as well… Continue Reading

Twitter Scheduling Overview {Social Media}

Twitter Scheduling Overview {Social Media}

In today’s episode we’re focusing on Twitter… specifically what you should and should not be scheduling and how to setup scheduled tweets. Twitter 101 Each message is limited to 140 characters Shorter messages perform better, on average, so limit your messages to 96 – 116 characters Shorter messages allow your followers better potential to interact… Continue Reading

The First Email Newsletter {Email Marketing}

The First Email Newsletter {Email Marketing}

In today’s episode we are going to be discussing the content of your email newsletter. This episode is kinda part 2 from yesterday’s episode #10, where we discussed writing your blog posts. Usually when I suggest to my private clients that they should have a place on their website to allow visitors to opt in… Continue Reading

Your blog post outline {Website}

Your blog post outline {Website}

This is the second episode in our February #TakeAction month! So, scroll down to the call to action at the bottom of this post and grab a copy of the bonus material! In today’s episode we are talking about actually sitting down and writing a blog post. We are going to break down the blog… Continue Reading

The Contact Page {Website}

The Contact Page {Website}

Before we get to today’s topic (which is the contact form on your website) I wanted to let you know that February is officially #TakeAction month! What that means is that each of the show notes pages for episodes this month will not only include a call to action, but also access to exclusive content… Continue Reading

Optimize your website for mobile phones {website}

Optimize your website for mobile phones {website}

In today’s episode we discuss what your website visitors want to see and do on your website when they visit it from their mobile phone. More and more people are using their phones as their primary browser! There are some key elements of your website that need to work right for every mobile browsing experience.… Continue Reading

The Services Page {Website}

The Services Page {Website}

In today’s episode we are talking about the services page on your website. This is the page on your website where people are going to expect to see awesome content! They want to see what you can do for them. It’s not enough to simply list the types of training that you offer – they… Continue Reading

Show your personality {social media}

Show your personality {social media}

In today’s episode we are discussing how you can interject your personality into your online conversations. Your personality is what will create an emotional connection between you and your prospects. It is your unique offering that sets you apart from the trainer down the street – training is a learned skill, and while some of… Continue Reading