Tag Archives: social media
Stella Orange (Business Heroine Magazine)

6 Simple Questions For A Clear and Compelling Marketing Message

A lot of Internet-Famous Super Coaches talk about how you need a message in your marketing. And they’re right. But from there, it always seems like they never quite tell you what the actual ingredients are in a money-making marketing message. This can be frustrating, not to mention weirdly mysterious! The truth is, there’s no more »

Pat Romain (Business Heroine Magazine)

Make Social Media Easy!

Nowadays every company has a presence on social media. If you have a business (or manage one) and you are not on there yet, you should be. Embracing the benefits of social media marketing (especially for small companies) to engage your customers and attract prospects is now the norm in the marketing world. Social media more »

Pat Romain (Business Heroine Magazine)

Kick Overwhelm to the Curb: Delegating Your Social Media Marketing

Building and operating a small business is very time-consuming! Coming up with the time to create the vision, strategy , marketing pieces for your business, AND working with your clients can become overwhelming. Delegating is one of the best ways to create more space in your business. Delegating your social media marketing to one of more »

Amethyst Wyldfyre (Business Heroine Magazine)

The Empowered Messenger: Communicating the Value of Your Work

The Empowered Messenger – The heroine whose message burns inside her, begging to be released. Even though her pen may quiver and her voice may shake, she knows it is time to stand in her power – clear, confident, courageous. She says yes to the call, and she shares her message, because she was born to more »

Denise Duffield-Thomas (Business Heroine Magazine)

How To Do an Honest Assessment of Your Business

I was motivated to share my process because whenever I’ve hit an income plateau or when things are not doing well, I start to make up stories about it. Maybe you do too. Things like, “Well, my success so far has been a fluke and I’ll never be successful again.” Or, “This is the most more »

Stella Orange (Business Heroine Magazine)

The New Rules of Copywriting: Focus less on conversion, more on resonance

Click-throughs. Open rates. Search engine optimization. Conversion statistics. If the mere mention of these highly prized numbers causes rebellion to stir up within you, you’re in luck. This article is not going to be about how to improve those things. Well, at least not directly. Because in my seven years of writing and teaching business more »

Stella Orange (Business Heroine Magazine)

Do You Ask Great Questions in Your Business?

When I was in grad school studying to become a classroom teacher, I was trained in how to ask questions. Questions that evoke response. Questions that engage. Questions that spark curiosity in a student’s mind. Even though I am no longer a classroom teacher — and just paid off my debt for grad school in more »

Stella Orange (Business Heroine Magazine)

Most Marketing is Written by People Faking Their Emotions

I’m not a big Star Trek fan, but remember Spock? (I keep writing Dr. Spock, only to realize that’s someone else). Spock was the Vulcan who didn’t really have feelings. In fact, he didn’t really get them. You know who else doesn’t have feelings? Robots. You know who else doesn’t have feelings? Most of the more »

Nadia Chaudhry (Business Heroine Magazine)

Tantalizingly Tasty Headline Hack in 3 Minutes or Less

I love avocados. They are a guilty-but-not-so guilty pleasure. Put it on toast and BAM you have yourself the yummiest snack ever AND it’s pretty darn good for you too. You can put it in smoothies, use it as the “cheese” in tortillas, and even bake eggs in ‘em. I LOVE them. I even have more »