5 Steps to Build Your Business with Writing

To get clients as a self-employed professional, you must build the know-like-and-trust factor that makes people want to buy from you. You can increase their knowing with any sort of contact, exposure, or follow-up. When their exposure to you is positive, they start to...

Should You Stand Out or Fit In?

When you were growing up, it’s a good bet that one or more of the adults in your life advised you not to stand out. Standing out, like showing off, causing trouble, or breaking the rules, was something that good boys and girls didn’t do. Now that...

Speaking Your Clients’ Language

Language is the currency of marketing. It may seem like getting clients for your business is about money, but communication is the real key. In order for someone to become your client, they must first understand what you are offering, relate your offer to something...

When to Toot Your Own Horn

Every day in your business, something happens that people should know about. Perhaps you get booked to speak, or you begin reaching out to a new type of customer, or you have an article published. Yet much of the time, the only people aware of these significant events...

Want More Business? Speak Up!

Speaking in public can be a powerful marketing tactic for any self-employed professional. Public speaking increases your visibility, boosts your credibility, and establishes you as an expert in your field. It gives you exposure to potential clients in such an...

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