When it comes to your business, there are certain people whose advice you really need to consider. And there are certain people you need to stop asking for advice. There is a very common mistake I see women make all the time, I’m even guilty of it myself. But, if you really want to build a business that serves the right people and makes you money this is a very important tip.
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We did it! We made it to the 100th episode of The Goodness Squad podcast. As a thank you to all of you for going on this journey with me, I am highlighting you. You will hear about women just like you, in the trenches of motherhood and building an online business. They are also sharing the most personally impactful episodes of TGS podcast. If you’re just discovering the podcast, these are some great places to start.
We all like to cross tasks off the list and be done with them. But, I’m here to tell you that you cannot do that with your website. It’s like home maintenance, finishing your website isn’t possible. You’re never going to be completely done. And that’s a good thing! These 7 reasons will help you understand why this is one task you don’t want to cross off your list completely.
Just because a lot of people are doing it, does not mean that it’s the best way to design your website. Design norms exist for a reason and you need to make sure your website serves your followers. Don’t make these mistakes!
You might think that Gmail and Yahoo meet your needs, but think again. You’re going to want an upgrade once you understand what you can do with an actual email service provider. Plus, the three I recommend depending on what your current needs are.
Your business can be successful, but it will take dedication and a little patience. This interview with Joy from PlayWithJoy.com is fun and insightful. Joy shares what motivated her to act and how she is able to continue moving forward with her new business.
Building a website is a lot like building a home. This analogy will help you understand the tech part of creating a website for your business.
A minute saved is $10 earned in my opinion. I’ll show you how to save hours each year (which you could use to create a product) with these two simple tips for organizing images.
Nothing ever goes perfectly – not even for someone with 12 years of online marketing! It’s what you choose to focus on that will make the difference in your success.
If you want to turn your blog or podcast into a full-fledged online business where you share your talents and goodness without sacrificing your home-centered focus. Then welcome. You have found a community of like-minded women.
Guest Episode. Have you ever wanted to know what successful bloggers would have done differently if they could back and start all over? Well, I’ve invited 6 successful bloggers onto the show to share with you what they wish they’d known before they started blogging.
Blogging terms Dictionary – A glossary of blogging terms for new bloggers. An extensive list with easy to understand blogging definitions.
A list of the blogging and podcasting tools and resources I’d recommend to my best friend if she were starting a blog.