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  • How Giving Away Free Stuff Grows Your Business A lot of business owners wonder why they should give something away for free when they could charge for it. The reality is, free offers are valuable and they work. Freebies are a great way for people to get to know you. They are perfect for allowing potential customers to try before they buy. While there ...
  • Why Your Customers Love Interactive Content and How to Provide It Have you ever noticed that if you include a printable, a worksheet or some type of interactive content for your customers or to get people on your list, they just eat it right up? They readily opt-in for your freebies AND they’re willing to pay more for your products and training. People LOVE interactive content ...
  • 30 Free Gift Ideas to Get More Email Subscribers Free gifts or “Thank You” gifts entice your audience to join or opt-in to your mailing list. It’s also a very effective marketing strategy. However, it’s only effective if the freebie is useful, valuable and of high quality. Your freebies pull double duty for you. They serve as samples and examples of your products, services, ...
  • 6 Ways to Find Unique Topics to Write About As a writer marketing your business or writing on your topic, it can be challenging to come up with topics. It can be even more challenging to find topics that are unique, interesting, and still relevant to your audience. There are a few tips and tactics you can leverage to make sure you always have ...
  • Step-by-Step: How to Get Affiliates to Promote Your Products Writing can be a rewarding and profitable way to earn a living. However, to sell books and products, you have to spend a good amount of time marketing your business. Now, most writers would prefer to write. They don’t want to spend their time marketing and selling. An affiliate program can help you sell your ...
  • A Question: Should You Follow The “Writing Rules”? by Rose Gilbert Amelia Island Ghostwriters Writing advice exists in abundance. Every book and article has another rule that is a “must” for all writers. But is it all correct? What should you believe and what should you dismiss? This is a tricky question that most writers deal with at some point in time. Here are a few of ...
  • How to Turn a Simple Info Product into a High-Ticket Coaching Program Your information product solves a problem, so you’ve leveraged your knowledge, skills, and experience into an eBook or an online course and you’re selling it. But you can think BIGGER! With a few simple adjustments, that same information product can be modified and turned into a coaching program, a program that can bring ten times the price, ...
  • 10 Smart Ideas for Following Up with Potential Clients One of the most important things you can do when you speak with a potential client is to follow up. Most of the time you’re not going to make the sale on the first content, therefore, have a plan in place for multiple interactions so that when you do ask for the close you can ...
  • How to Say Good-Bye to Cheap Clients That Don’t Appreciate Your Work Cheap clients are the worst. They often don’t appreciate your work or value your time. They can be hard to please so you lose valuable time, catering to their whims. As scary as it sounds, you need to break free from these clients. If you don’t know how to do that, here are eight simple ...
  • Secrets to Getting Follows on Social Media and Online In this interview clip, Lynn Terry talks about why people follow certain people and reveals secrets to growing your online audience. https://youtu.be/ifvFhXI8dTA Lynn says: There are several reasons why people follow a certain person or a certain blog. It’s educational. It’s entertainment. It’s likeability. It could be info-entertainment so its information entertainment. Some people say they cannot be ...