Category Archive: Marketing Templates

Teleseminar Resources

There are several types of "teleseminars" -- this template takes you through each and the tools necessary to host one.

Offered By Sandra P. Martini

Content Marketing Infographic

Description of content marketing process for online-based entrepreneurs.

Offered By Sandra P. Martini

Article Repurposing

Every piece of content (a.k.a. "article") you create can be repurposed in several different ways. And each time you reformat/repurpose the information, you're going to reach more and more of your ideal audience.

Offered By Sandra P. Martini

How Connected Are You

Do you feel you are connected but you are not generating leads or revenue from those connections? Would you like to know how connected you are and what you need to do to become better connected in your industry – then this template by Dr. Laureen Wishom is for you.

Offered By Laureen Wishom

When Is It Time To Let A Client Go?

Did you know that every eighteen months, it is important to identify those clients you would not accept today. If you are still accepting the same types of clients at the same fees today as you were eighteen months ago; you have not off-loaded the bottom percentage of your client base and you will probably not be able to expand your ideal clients by 20%. If you are wondering when to let a client go, this template by Dr. Laureen Wishom is for you.

Offered By Laureen Wishom

Sales and Marketing Spreadsheet

Just as you track your revenue daily using the Average Monthly Revenue Tracker, you also want to track weekly revenue and expenses against your annual goals – think of it as managing the forest AND the trees. This report makes it easy for you to do that AND see how the different marketing activities you engage in and implement affect your revenue.

Offered By Sandra P. Martini

Clarifying Your Social Media Strategy with the POST Method Worksheet

Before you implement a new marketing strategy in your business, you need to know what your objectives are first—i.e., what is it that you are trying to accomplish? Social media is no different. It’s not enough to want to add it to your marketing mix just because “everyone else is doing it.” Fortunately, Forrester Research came up with a handy little acronym, which my colleague Amy Miyamoto and I also recently included in our Social Media Made Simple webinar series1. It’s called the POST Method, and it’s a really great way to frame your social media strategy.

Offered By Christine Gallagher

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