Monthly Blog Archives: December 2016


Solo Secrets Weekly Newsletter 12/28
Terri Zwierzynski - The Solo-CEO: Content Marketing Strategist

Highlights:

  • Experience a REAL financial breakthrough in 2017!
  • Complimentary Daily Planner
  • 4 steps you can take to accept yourself for who you are
By Terri Zwierzynski


How to Write a Good Tagline (or Not)
Fabienne Fredrickson - Founder of Boldheart.com (Previously ClientAttraction.com)

I get asked this question a lot… “How do I create a great tagline for my business?”

In this week’s training video, I share some important things to think about, and some unimportant things, too…

By Fabienne Fredrickson


Overwhelmed? You’re Likely Making This One Common Mistake
Christine Gallagher - Online and Relationship Marketing Mentor and Coach

Ask any business owner what some of their biggest challenges are and you’ll likely hear a variation of this: “There’s just always so much to do!”

We’re all busy with a lot on our plates, but I learned something awhile back that was a real game changer for me.

By Christine Gallagher


Internet Marketing ‘Insider Tips’ – 12/19 Edition
Terri Zwierzynski - The Solo-CEO: Content Marketing Strategist

6 Best Practices For Highly Engaging Online Video – by Christine Gallagher

Six best video practices that turn viewers into raving fans: provide information of value, remember that shorter is better, command attention at the start, add how-to videos into the mix, include a call to action, and be YOU…more

By Terri Zwierzynski


Solo Secrets Weekly Newsletter 12/21
Terri Zwierzynski - The Solo-CEO: Content Marketing Strategist

Highlights:

  • Solo-E Named Top 50 List!
  • Gain More Visibility with Facebook Timeline
  • Underwear Patches for Farts?
By Terri Zwierzynski


You’ve Done More Than You Think :)
Fabienne Fredrickson - Founder of Boldheart.com (Previously ClientAttraction.com)

Hard to believe that 2016 has just a couple of weeks left.

It’s been a really transformational year for me, both professionally (Boldheart) and personally too (Paris), and frankly, this year has just flown.

Sometimes, it’s easy to feel that we haven’t accomplished as much as we wanted.

By Fabienne Fredrickson


What Will Your Legacy Be?
Christine Gallagher - Online and Relationship Marketing Mentor and Coach

“Being the richest man in the cemetery doesn’t matter to me. Going to bed at night saying we’ve done something wonderful … that’s what matters to me.” —Steve Jobs, The Wall Street Journal, 1993

Steve Jobs also famously said, “I want to put a ding in the universe.”

Now that’s a legacy.

If you were to die tomorrow, what would you leave behind?

By Christine Gallagher


Why Most People Fail at Their Goals
Michele A Scism - Small Business Consultant and Marketing Strategist

Your end-of-the-year inbox is soon to be crammed with tips for New Year goal setting. Many are feel-good, rah-rah type messages which are fun to read, but about as helpful as the endless “inspirational” infographics that flood your Facebook feed. And many are so generic, they were probably copied straight from Oprah! They make you feel bad about your life as you read about yet another person who came out of nowhere and is now making 6 figures in their business. They usually leave out the fact that the person has been working really hard for the past 3 years and only just got traction this year.

By Michele A Scism


Discover The 2 Main Reasons You Could Be Sabotaging Your Business Success
Marnie Pehrson - Bestselling Author, Business & Marketing Consultant

When you look back over 2016, do you feel like you dropped the ball with your business goals? Maybe you procrastinated some important decisions, or perhaps you just felt stuck or didn’t know what to do. If you’re ready to make 2017 your best year yet, you’ll need to figure out what was keeping you stuck or causing you to sabotage your success in 2016.

By Marnie Pehrson


Business Essentials ‘Insider Tips’ – 12/12 Edition
Terri Zwierzynski - The Solo-CEO: Content Marketing Strategist

McDonalds and Subway Have This. Do You? by Justin Krane

According to the U.S. Dept of Commerce, 95% of franchises are still in business after 5 years. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the SBA, only 50% of small businesses survive within 5 years. So why do franchises succeed? One reason is that they follow an operations manual the franchisor created for them…Read on

By Terri Zwierzynski

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