Recently at a networking event, I was a bit nervous. I barely knew anyone, being relatively new in the area – which was the reason I went to this event in the first place. In addition, I had been at a couple of events which I already knew were not a good fit for me, so I was dubious about this one. Read the rest of this post »
Archive: Shannon Cherry
Chances are your know that email marketing is still an important tool in your business online. And what’s the best thing about email marketing – besides getting the ka-ching? The ability to set up drip campaigns. Read the rest of this post »
Email marketing: it’s important because it works. But when you have been doing it for a while, it’s easy to let time pass. Then things start getting stale and your results start to decline. You’ve gotten into an email rut and it’s time to shake things up to improve your email marketing results. Read the rest of this post »
I’ve hidden a secret for some time.
I hate my Facebook fan page and hardly go to it anymore. And sadder yet, no one seems to notice! Read the rest of this post »
A few weeks ago, a client came to me quite upset.
“They’re unsubscribing from my list,” she said. “And I don’t know what to do. I think it’s because I am emailing them more like you told me to. I am going to stop.” Read the rest of this post »
Yesterday morning, I was happily posting a few new blog entries regarding the upcoming Corporate Sponsors for Speakers program when I went to refresh my screen.
And there it was: a menacing face on my home page complete with a siren blaring.
My websites were hacked. Read the rest of this post »
I am tired of many so-called marketing coaches not knowing (or perhaps caring) about marketing strategy. I’ve heard once too often the ‘shame blame game’ where if their coaching client is not making money it’s due to their marketing.
The fact is marketing has nothing to do with making sales. And in this video Cherry Bomb, I explain why: Read the rest of this post »
After a free Q & A call I recently hosted, I sat down to think about the common issues I was hearing about. Sure, many people asked very specific questions, and I answered them honestly. (I am sure too honest for some!) But all the questions boiled down to a handful of problems. Be honest with yourself and see if you have any of these issues going on in your business: Read the rest of this post »