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Top 10 Blogging Tips to Drive Business for Entrepreneurs

Top 10 Blogging Tips to Drive Business for Entrepreneurs

Hello Lovelies,

Today I am sharing my top 10 blogging tips for entrepreneurs and how to use blogging to grow your business. These are the tips I use with my own entrepreneurial adventures and have worked across every industry I’ve worked (B2B/ B2C/ B2B2C, entertainment/ retail, SAAS, health and wellness, writing, legal, dental, and medical.) to increase your online presence, drive traffic to your site, and build your sales funnel.  It is a fantastic tool to build trust, expertise, and respect. It is also something many businesses choose to outsource to agencies but I think that is a huge mistake. While you can hire someone in-house to handle your blogging, it is not a good idea to hire an agency to do your blogging because it will lose a lot of your company voice, it won’t be as easy to tie into your whole sales funnel, and the expertise you are seeking won’t be there because they are not experts on your product, your clients, your business. I used to write for Blog Mutt to provide these types of services and even when I was an expert in the content they were looking for, it still wasn’t a solid fit because I wasn’t an expert in their product and when I looked at their blogs to get a sense of their voice, it was all over the place because the company had no voice as everything was outsourced. So plan to do this work in-house. If you are a solopreneur you can write the articles and then pay someone to edit, format, and post them if writing isn’t your strong suit. But the core of it should come from you and you should use the same editor each time so you build that relationship and they can preserve your voice correctly.

Let’s get started!

1. Know your Purpose and Audience

You must know why you’re blogging, but also why your audience is reading. This is a common mistake I see over and over. If you are an author and you are writing to attract readers, then do not write about writing. You can occasionally write about your writing, such as research you are doing for a story, what inspired a character, etc. But so many authors are out there giving writing advice when they are trying to target readers. You should be writing about reading and about your own writing. That is what readers will find interesting.

For entrepreneurs of all stripes, you want to dig into your purpose for blogging so you can shape the content around that.

Here are some common purposes for blogging as an entrepreneur:

  • To build an audience for your products
  • To establish yourself as a trusted resource
  • To build credibility
  • To draw your customers in
  • To educate your customers in how your product can solve their problem
  • To drive sales

You can write with all these purposes or only one of these purposes in mind. Most of what will decide how many purposes you can tackle will be how much time you can devote to the blog posts and how frequently you can post. If you can only manage 1 post a week or a month then hoping to cover all of these areas sufficiently will take years. So start with just one and build that out. The beauty of blogging is that you can always update and expand posts (I do it all the time) as you grow and expand your business. If your primary focus is to build sales then start there with blog posts that tackle your different products and how they can help your target customer. Once you’ve built those posts out and are looking for more content, then you can build out posts about common problems that your customers experience and how your product can solve those problems.

2. Build a Detailed List of Topics

This will not only spare you writer’s block, it will also allow you to create a consistent posting schedule that will bring readers back over and over again. I like to build my list in my handy Editorial Content Calendar that I created in Excel. (I provide this to my clients to help them plan their own content as well.)  This allows me to not only create a dump list of ideas but to organize the content in the best flow pattern with my planned posting schedule and can let readers know what the next topic to be covered will be and when. I can also go back and link content to each other to help drive customers further down the sales funnel.

Are you struggling with deciding what topics to cover? There are some resources to get topic ideas. Look at what your customers are asking about online. I love #writingcommunity on Twitter as it is a veritable resource of topics writers are asking for help on. I also do searches on all social media for keywords I am trying to rank for, look at discussion groups on Linkedin and Facebook, and even do polls with my customer base to get topic ideas. I set up google alerts for certain topics I cover regularly so I can see when news comes out about the topic of concern. Any time I come across this type of stuff, I add it to my pile of ideas. (With newsjack items getting higher priority to take advantage of the focus.) I remember when I was working for a publishing house that offered services to indie authors, as well as publishing authors under our own label, and #Cockygate hit the news. That gave us a slew of content that we were able to scatter over 6 months around our regular content.

Some other hot topics would be to write about industry events (especially ones you are participating in), to look at what competitors are writing about and decide if you can cover it from a different (or better) angle, and community events if you’re a brick-and-mortar store. Any events or charities you partner with and why you partner with them.  You will see that Under Armour does a ton of charity outreach and partnership and writes about it.

3. Craft a Killer Headline

 

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Catch a reader’s eye without being clickbaity. Hit on emotional reasons a reader will care about and drive them to click on that post.

There are some fantastic tools to use to help you do this. One of my favorites is Co-schedule’sHeadline Analyzer. This tool is fantastic and gives you tips on how to improve your headline by using action and feeling words. If you’re not familiar with this copywriting technique, here is a handy guide Jenna Jacobs of Co-schedule wrote to help you out.

My general philosophy is that the more important the content is to driving revenue, the more time I spend on crafting the headline.  For example, on my website, I do a lot of book reviews. I read across a wide range of genres and many of them are not relevant to the genres I write. I don’t spend a lot of time on the headlines for any of the reviews and only spend a little time on other aspects of the optimization process. This is the outer edge of my sales funnel. The closer down my sales funnel the content is the more effort I put into every aspect, especially the headline.

4. Plan your SEO

Use your blog to drive more Search Engine Optimization for your site and business. SEO allows you to get in front of high-value targets. Make sure that you are learning all about SEO, keeping abreast of changes, analyzing your key SEO words and working them into your content plan to drive customers who are looking for your content. I could write a 50-page dissertation on SEO, using long-tail and short-tail keywords, targeting what customers are searching for, etc. But that content has already been written by true SEO experts so rather than take up a ton of space on this already long post, I will advise you to become ABLE (Always be learning everything) and recommend that you carve out some time every week to read up and research (and keep learning as SEO is constantly changing and improving). Some of my favorite SEO resources are:

Yoast

The Hoth

SEMRush

Google Search Central

I get weekly emails and read through them to keep my knowledge growing. If you are pretty new to SEO, each has some great courses you can take to help guide your learning.

5. Write for your Audience

Make your content as niche as possible and focus the content on what that audience wants and needs most. A great way to help you with this approach is to write the post for one specific customer knowing that customer’s specific needs. The content will resonate with all other customers struggling with the same problem. A perfect example is this article. I actually took a lot of this content from an email I created for a customer who wanted to get into blogging to grow her audience and had a host of authors who wanted to work with her but none of them really had commercial blogging experience. Each was writing their own blogs on their own websites and had their own formats and styles. They each had a ton of fantastic knowledge and experiences in writing to share with the novice writer audience she was trying to reach, but it was my guidance on how they could create a cohesive blogging platform following basic blogging practices that helped to grow their overall reach. Before we started this cohesion she only had a schedule but let everyone come up with their own ideas on what to write about on their assigned Day.

We put together this plan that included all of these elements and educated the authors on the process. Within 3 months we had taken their impressions from the low 200s to over 1,000 a day. Their engagement went from non-existent to 20-50 comments per post, and their subscriber list was non-existent and grew to over 800 subscribers. In just 3 months. Over the 2 years that I worked with her those numbers continued to grow steadily.

6. Break up your Content

Anything you can do to break up the blocks of content and make it easier for a reader to scan and find the content they’re looking for and make sure you address the solution they need. The longer the content, the more you need to use to break it up. As you will see, in this very long-form content I have employed a lot of techniques: I have headings, lists, images, video, shorter paragraphs, and longer paragraphs.

One of the cool elements of all this content creation included in your post is that it will also make it easier to share your post across different platforms. Create videos and images designed for the different platforms and it makes it easy to use that image to share on that platform and link back to the post. This is especially handy if you are creating evergreen content that you can share multiple times throughout the year, like this piece.

7. Include Reputable Links

This not only will increase your reader’s view of your knowledge, but it will also lead to higher google rankings as a quality source and will decrease your chances of your website being blocked by social media platforms. When doing this, I generally aim for at least 1 link to a reputable piece of similar content on my own site and at least 2 to reputable sources outside of my site. The longer your content, the more links you will want to create. But you don’t want to overwhelm a short piece with too many links or it begins to feel spammy. Sometimes you won’t have content to interlink to on your own site and that is ok, but whenever possible try to interlink your content. And there is always an exterior link to connect to, even if it is just where to buy or another reputable source for additional information. A note about links to help your content feel more reputable, let them know where you’re sending them with the link. I hate the habit that some bigger outlets have developed of not citing the source correctly. While a site like MSNBC can get away with it, if you are a much smaller name you want to cite your source so they know where they are going. Too many smaller sites ruined people’s trust by hiding viruses and such in links so build your credibility and site the source as I’ve done throughout my content. Whenever possible, cite the content and the author (see how I did this with the guide to headlines up above). This shows that you give credit to other people’s ideas, that you know who provided the content and their value (even if your reader doesn’t), and that you know the content and aren’t just pulling top-ranking content from Google. They may not even click the link while reading through your post, but in their mind, it will make you a more trusted source.

8. Create Killer Content

Mix with long and short-form content, video, images, and lists to keep your reader’s interest. While these tools are also great for breaking up your content to make it more scannable and also provide you great shareability on different platforms, it also caters to different learning types which your audience will appreciate. If your goal is to educate, meeting your audience where they are and in the format that best suits them is the way to go. Your goal with every piece of content should be  “how do I meet the reader’s specific needs?” (writing to your audience) and then creating the best content to do that. With short-form content, you will want to be focusing on one very specific issue and address it thoroughly or create a very broad general understanding (giving yourself opportunities to dig deeper into the topic matter with linked content down the road).  When creating images and video content, while you don’t need to make it in a professional studio, you do want to make sure that it is good quality and that the lighting and sound are solid and efficient to keep from distracting from your message. Some companies (especially new start-ups) try to rush through all the content creation focusing on creating a full backlog. It is better to focus on creating quality pieces from the get-go as it will build your reputation better. While you can cycle back and re-purpose content and update it you do not want that to be a key part of your strategy to just get more content out there faster.

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9. Have a strong CTA

End with a strong call to action so your reader knows exactly what they need to do next. The call to action doesn’t have to be “Buy today” or something of that nature, though that should be your close for content created at the bottom of your sales funnel. It can be “learn more” (one of my favorites for book reviews, linking to their sales page with reviews and sample reads) or what are your thoughts if it is an educational piece. Asking them to share questions in the comments and assuring you will answer them is a good step in giving them additional resources for information, but you need to devote time every day to answering questions if you choose that approach. Invite them to share the post with their network, or try out these tips and let us know if it helped. But be sure to have a solid direction for what they can do next.

10. Share Everywhere

Use your blog post shares on social media to engage with your audience, drive traffic to your site, and to your sales funnels. If your content is evergreen, meaning that it isn’t time-specific, then add it to a content sharing list that you can pull from to re-share throughout the year. I like to share new pieces 3-4 times in the first month and then once every 90 days or so for the first year. Key sales funnel pieces may be shared more frequently, things that aren’t driving my sales funnel or traffic to my site may be shared less frequently. As you go through this re-shareable content, it might be worth updating some of it if new information has come out or adding new elements as it ages. As video content became more popular and easier to produce, I have been systematically creating video and adding it to older blog posts that have not been generating as much traffic.

Bonus Tip- Always be Improving

Constantly be evaluating your content and how you can improve it. Blogging is a long-term strategy, not a quick fix. There are a lot of things you can do after content has been created to keep it growing your business.

Link content together to keep readers on your site longer, to help guide them down your sales funnel, and to increase the chances of a sale.  While this applies to content created specifically for your sales funnel, it may also apply to content that wasn’t originally created to drive the sales funnel but was a simple newsjack item. I review my content regularly to update posts and link them to other posts, and keep building my sales funnels.

If you have older content that you created before developing a specific skillset (like video) then go back through that content and add that element to it to give it new life and drive new traffic.

If you have content that you have re-vamped and re-shared and it isn’t driving traffic, then remove it so it doesn’t weigh down your site. There is no harm in doing this- but be sure that you unlink all posts that are connected to it. While it is hard to let go of content you created (believe me, I know) if it no longer serves your audience then it doesn’t serve you. It is ok to prune it.

Hope these tips help you in your journey to add blogging to your marketing arsenal. If you’d like help with your blogging journey, reach out for a consult.

Until next time,

Keep Growing!

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Top 5 CRM Systems to Help Your Business Grow

Top 5 CRM Systems to Help Your Business Grow

Being a small business is tough. It seems that there is always a new piece of software you need to keep the business going and growing. It’s tempting to put off Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software as long as possible and instead use things like Excel to “keep track.” But it is much easier to maintain a current customer than to constantly have to bring on new ones, and keeping in touch and keeping them happy is key to bringing them back. Being able to track those interactions with CRM is absolutely necessary, and with so many free and cheap options for startups and small businesses, there’s no reason not to use a CRM. So let’s take a moment to review the top five CRMs for small businesses.

5Insightly

Insightly has a solid 4.0/5 rating. We suspect that their cool basic plan that is free for 2 users has a lot to do with this.  The plan allows you and a partner to manage projects, sales, and contacts all in one place, making this ideal for startups testing new tools.  It also offers several tiers so it can grow with your business, but Mopinions states:

Pitfall: it does not provide custom reports or dashboards and is really only convenient for SMBs [Small Medium businesses.]

Other common complaints are that it does not have product statistics, therefore making it less practical for those who manage standard cost projects or mass retail sales. On the flip side, it would be quite ideal for those who have to bid on projects.

4. Salesforce

Salesforce is by far one of the most popular, but only has a rating of 4.2 out of 5 stars. This is surprising with the multitude of customizations, plug-ins, and training available. It is on the pricier side of options as you customize down the line and is tricky for smaller businesses to implement out of the box. But it is a great system to grow with your organization. You can try it for free for 30 days.

With Salesforce, we can see what promotions worked best, and why. Being able to analyze everything from one database is so powerful. Salesforce is like a living, breathing, evolving organism, just like we are.”

– JO MOUSEELLI, CO-FOUNDER, PRESIDENT & CEO, XTREME LASHES
Another great benefit of Salesforce is that it can be used by all in the organization to provide content, training, and track interactions with the customer across all departments.
 
I love that he has 18 Salesforce certifications. I have earned 37 and I agree with him that Trailhead is amazing! 

3. Agile CRM

Agile ranks 4.3/5 and as the name implies, they offer a wide range of products to assist in sales, marketing, and customer service. Their startup feature offers 10 free users a wide range of handy tools. Then plans range from  $8.99 a month up for $47.99 a month. Most customers appreciate the ease of use and versatility to meet the needs of several departments.

2. HubSpot CRM.

HubSpot has been a leader in CRM for some time, and that is reflected in its 4.4/5 rating. It is easy and intuitive and offers a tutorial on how to create a Frankenspot, which is basically a free version HubSpot full suite by using free applications like Shopify, MailChimp and more. Fit Small Business said it best:

HubSpot’s best features are its price and its simplistic user interface that looks and behaves much like Gmail, making it easy to learn. For very small businesses, or for businesses that are using a CRM for the first time and aren’t sure exactly which features they need, HubSpot’s free plan is an ideal introduction to core CRM features such as contact management and lead or deal tracking.

The greatest struggle HubSpot has is that it could use more workflow automation and more reports. That and the paid plan starts at a hefty $50 a month and grow rapidly from there.

1. Pipedrive

Pipedrive has an excellent 4.5/5 ranking. Its user-friendly interface, integration with a lot of 3rd party apps, and intuitive system provide a short learning curve and a loyal fan base. The reporting systems make this much more friendly to product sales or large retailers, but as Fit Smal Business notes:

Pipedrive lacks lead assignment and lead-based routing functionality, which makes it a less viable alternative for account-based sales requiring multiple points of contacts. While leads can be prioritized based on time since last contact, the software’s lead scoring rules are also not as robust as found in other products.

Here are my top picks for the top 5 CRM management systems. Which system do you prefer? Let us know in the comments below.

Until next time,

Keep Growing!

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Angells4Entrepreneurs Entrepreneur support and promotion opportunities

Elevate Entrepreneurs

Hello Lovely Entrepreneurs

I am a big proponent of providing support to entrepreneurs. I know how important it is, as I am also an entrepreneur. My main online persona is geared specifically toward readers, through my blog, An Angell’s Life, where I offer tons of opportunities to help entrepreneurs get additional exposure. There are quite a few ways that you can get in front of my audience of nearly 22,000 followers across all channels. An Angell’s Life has really branched out on our topic matters the last year and we’re accepting guest posts on books, writing tips, marketing tips, recipes, keto, health and wellness, martech, entertainment, video games, travel, DIY, business tips, tech, 3-D printing, affiliate marketing, job hunting, education, personal development and more.  As we are very varied in our interests, it is likely that we will accept a guest post, but we recommend sending us your topic idea and an outline before, just to be sure.

Free Services

Please keep in mind that everything listed under free services is first-come, first-serve, or when I feel like it. I do as much as I want/ feel inspired to do. For example, every physical product sent to me will have an unboxing on Youtube. Beyond that, it is up to me when/ if I feel inspired to do an instagram post (or three. I’ve had some products that I totally fan-girled over and really inspired a lot of creative posts.) If I feel so inspired, I will also share those images on other platforms.

I have had interviews and spotlights pile up as much as six months (especially after big events.) I refuse to post more than one blog post a day. That’s just madness.

I have books (e-book moreso than paperbacks because guilt and I LOVE paperbacks) that have been in my TBR pile for 3 years and some that have been on my TBR Goodreads list for far longer.

But when I share your content, it is likely it will get shared more than once across most of my platforms. As long as the post is evergreen content (not time-sensitive) then I will be happy to add it to my content cycle. I am still re-sharing good content from five years ago. True, it only typically happens once a year, but it does happen. With all that in mind, here are the free options available to you.

DIY Interview

Please fill out the google form and follow all directions. If you do not add your tags properly, I will not chase you down to plug it in and it is less likely that I will share your content repeatedly. Also, please give me images. I like using my fun software tools to create great graphics, but I’m done doing that for free. I will create one image for your post and that is the header that goes with it. That is it. If you have an interview and you do not provide me a headshot you will have a black box. Those who do not follow directions will be less likely to get their content re-shared over and over.

Guest Posts

A lot of great resources for marketing your product come in the form of guest posts on other blogs and book magazines. They are a handy tool for building up your reputation and getting free publicity. The struggle for many entrepreneurs is learning how to do guest posts. We are so used to being in pitch mode that writing a guest post for someone else’s blog is a bit of a struggle. Even after you make the effort to master that skill then many struggle to get in because they don’t have a backlog of relevant articles to show that they have the skill.

Well, here you go. Build that reputation. The first step is to know the audience of that blog by scanning through other popular posts and getting a sense of who the blog is targeting.  Pick a topic and theme that suits that blog and allows you to highlight your own skills.

I am pretty open to ideas and will make this easy for you by providing you the information about my audience: 80% + of my readership are readers. Roughly 58% are male and 42% are female. Fiction books (especially spec fic), self-help, educational content, business support, tech, video games, DIY projects, and board games are popular in my audience.

Some easy guest posts are top ten lists.

Some popular suggestions for An Angells Life:

  • favorite authors
  • books you recommend
  • best games
  • music that inspires you
  • pain points for your customer (and how you can solve it.)
  • white paper analysis
  • something fun and interesting about you/ your business.

Topics we will not accept:

  • gambling
  • violence
  • posts promoting hatred
  • questionable business practices
  • Ponzi schemes
  • poorly cited/ referenced “education” pieces

Email me to suggest a topic, or submit an article for consideration. If you have specific images you would like included, please attach and include an appropriate citation if you do not own the image. (EX: Pixabay Free Download) Do not forget your bio, an author picture, and social media links.

Other Ways I Help Promote Entrepreneurs

I have built my whole online presence around the persona of another rabid geek sharing my geeky joys. If you friend me and invite me to a Facebook event, I will invite followers, if you follow me on Twitter, I will probably share your stuff (especially if it is interesting/ engaging and if you share my stuff first.) I’m a youtuber and instagrammer. Much of this gets looped around to the other sites, which makes it easy to provide a decent amount of promotional support.

I know how important reviews are for businesses. I also know how hard they are to get. There are days that I think “I’m done with all the writing and marketing and running around like a madwoman trying to meet everyone’s needs (AKA being a wife and mom) I just want to PLAY!” with a new DIY project, a new game, new SAAS, or

All my reviews (good and bad, you’ve been warned!) get posted on my blog, Amazon, Google, and if you have other sites you would also like it added to just let me know and I will do my best to add it there as well. (I strongly recommend that if you want a review on these places, you should follow me there as well.) Know that I am constantly talking about products and services I love. When someone on Instagram asks “What was a book that inspired you” I mention 3-5. If someone on Twitter asks for a recommendation of a great SAAS to help with marketing, I am recommending 3-5 and telling why I think they should. If you follow me on these platforms, I can tag you when this happens. It makes it easier for them to link back to you and your product. If we don’t then there is a good chance that someone with a similar product name will get that sale, unless you have mad SEO skills. But why risk that on something as simple as giving me a follow?

 

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Now, I would suggest that before you message me with a review request, you take a moment and look at the other product reviews I have done. I will review every product sent to me (eventually) and I tend to be a harsh critic.

I almost never give 5-star reviews unless it is a product that I absolutely cannot live without and that could not be improved at all (rare), but I can’t think of a single time I’ve given a 1-star review either. Most products get 3 stars and a really good product gets 4. I occasionally give out 2-star reviews if there are functional issues with a product, but rarely give 1-star review (Reserved for products that are just a dumpster fire with no redeeming qualities).

Still think you want a review? I have a couple of different options for you to consider.

Send Me Your product Links

Send me the link to your product on Amazon or another online retailer and I will add it to my Wishlist and will eventually buy.

I like to support entrepreneurs with a sale but I’m not made of money and the husband keeps me on a strict budget because he knows as much as I joke, I really cannot live off love.

Send Me Your Product

You can send me your product and I will do an unboxing video and review, possibly posting the review on Youtube, post a “reveal” on Facebook Live, post a couple of pictures of the product (ideally in use) on Instagram. I am still working on clever ways to use social media this way to promote other entrepreneurs

Email me to request my address.

Please keep in mind that any and all of the above promotions can and probably will get used periodically in Youtube and Instagram content it will be reshared as part of that.

Happy to Help You Network

Another key element to promotional support is networking. I strongly recommend that you join our Linkedin group Elevating Entrepreneurs I am tied into the entrepreneur community, so if you have a product launch, promotional sale, or some other event and you would like to get the word out, let me know. I will be happy to share your information around with my connections. If I feel that it is a good fit for my readers, I will also include an announcement in my monthly e-newsletter which goes out on the 1st of every month.

Submit a Product Announcement or Sale

Last, but certainly not least, if you have another way that you would like my help, let me know. Whether it be a Thunderclap, additional marketing services, or just need someone to bounce ideas off of, I am here to help.

All of these services are free so long as I have room and time, but if you found them helpful and would like to provide payment you can either join my Patreon or provide a one-time tip in the Tip Jar through PayPal.

Paid Promotional Services

I fully believe that no one should pay for a review. Please bear in mind that the following services are not based around “a paid review”. They are based on specific promotional content provided around a specific time-frame. You do not get approval over said content when it is a review however, you do get to use said content as you see fit. All content will be heavily promoted using well-planned SEO and hashtags and you will be tagged in the social media posts as appropriate.

  • Product Promo– Unboxing, Video Review, 3 instagram images, and content posted across social media 30 times over the course of 1 year. (If the initial engagement is for a specific time frame like a new release/ book sales then 12 of the posts will be done during that time. The rest will have the original post remove the promo information and then be re-shared as evergreen content.) after the year is up, the content will continue to be shared across my social media just as the free posts are done.
  • A Timed Post Promo (interview, spotlight, guest post, sales announcement set for a specific week), 2 unique images besides the header which will be used for re-sharing and re-sized appropriately for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Linkedin, Pinterest, and each size provided to you for your own use ( 10 images total) Content posted across social media 30 times over the course of 1 year. After the year is up, the content will continue to be shared across my social media just as the free posts are done.
  • Review Video- A 15-30 second clip that will be added to Youtube, my blog post, and provided to you to also use on your content as you see fit. See samples here. This one cannot be time-sensitive as I can only make 5 a month. They are great for running promo ads though.
  • Product Trailer – 15-30 seconds that you will need to write the outline for so I can tweak (please, not your synopsis.) The trailer will be added to my Youtube channel, my website as a post, and provided to you to use as you see fit. See Samples Here. This one cannot be time-sensitive as I can only make 5 a month. They are great for running promo ads though.
  • 30 Social Media Posts/ Evergreen Promo Package– You can submit 1 piece of content for Heidi to share over the course of the year on her social media channels. She will create 2 unique images inspired by the content which will be used for re-sharing and re-sized appropriately for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Linkedin, Pinterest, and each size provided to you for your own use ( 10 images total). You will be tagged in each share. This is on a case-by-case basis with site and content approval.

Until next time,

Keep Growing!