Small business advice personalized for those who are new to business
You’ve probably heard about Canva, the Australian graphic design platform launched in 2013 that helps you create social media graphics, marketing materials, and other visuals. You probably have even played around with their free plan and created social media posts and other visuals for your small business. But you might be wondering if the Canva Pro subscription is worth the annual fee of $119.99. Here’s 5 pros and cons to weigh when considering Canva Pro as a tool for your business.
A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to be interviewed on the No Mercy Business Podcast with Emily A Woodruff. I was able to share with Emily and her listeners more about myself, my experience, and my role as a business coach. Now I'm sharing the content of that interview here for my loyal blog readers. Here is the transcript from the interview!
If you’re someone who is passionate about paying off all student and consumer debt, you might be wondering if starting a business would be a good idea. On one hand it could help you pay off debt sooner, but on the other hand the start-up costs of business don't exactly fit with the “gazelle intense” mindset. What to do? As someone who paid off her student loans and started a business, I’ve got some thoughts to share on what you might consider when you’re weighing the decision.
There’s a big myth going about social media. You’ll see social media “gurus” and “experts” share this frequently, both explicitly and implicitly. And the myth is this: social media is absolutely necessary in order for your business to be successful.
The truth is that social media isn’t necessary for every business. Some business types have a larger opportunity to succeed on social media, while for some it will always be a bit of an uphill battle. How can you decide if you should partake or avoid it? Here’s three situations where it might be better to avoid social media.
Blogs got their start in the internet boom during the late 90s. Blogs, which got their name from “web-log” (you’re welcome for that bit of trivia), are a series of self-published posts or articles on a website. There are many different types of blogs and not all blogs are created equal. Some blogs are quite casual which often seem like digital diaries, while others are quite professional. Many businesses have blogs that compliment their online presence. My purpose in this blog is to serve my current clients and to attract new clients through relevant (and helpful!) content that leads them to my small business coaching services. Since I started blogging consistently in 2018, I’ve learned quite a lot and here are five mistakes I’ve made. Learn from my mistakes and let them propel your blogging efforts even further.
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Hey! My name is Christine and I'm an entrepreneur and small business coach. I've learned most of what I know through trial and error. I help women who are new to business to take their next steps with confidence and clarity.
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