Being in business for yourself doesn’t mean that you need to be in business by yourself. I have owned an operated a handful of my own businesses including a home cleaning service, a note brokering business and a ghostwriting company.
What I have learned is that there is a right way to do things, and a wrong way… and the wrong way will cost you more in money and time than the right way ever will.
The biggest obstacle for entrepreneurs and small businesses is exposure. If you are opening a new business or starting a new project you can only be successful if people know about you. Okay, so a good product or service is required as well. Let’s face it though, you can have the most kick ass product or service in the world and if no one knows about you… you aren’t going to make any money.
I have worked with restaurants, new recruiting firms, therapy centers, business coaches and not for profits. The key is to keep your customer at the forefront of your mind and do what you can afford to engage them and keep them happy.
While a conversation between you and me will go along way in defining what you want for your business and your customers it is important that you know what services I can offer to help.
People need to know about you, about your product or service and why they should do business with you.
Traditional – radio, television, print
Online – social media, SEO, SEM, Pay Per Click, blogging, email campaigns, webinars
Web content creation
Web content editing
Newsletters (desktop publishing)