Have you noticed that more business owners are sharing their personal story as part of their business branding?
I think it’s great. It’s an opportunity to get to know the business owner and understand why they do what they do.
People buy from people!
But some business owners are uncomfortable with the idea and prefer to keep their business and personal lives separate.
Read on for some tips on how you can tell your story without selling out, invading your own privacy or alienating colleagues and friends.
World Book Day. Don’t you just love it?
If you’re a parent of a primary school child you can be forgiven for grumbling about it.
But wait. World Book Day isn’t just about making costumes (or panic buying from Ebay).
It’s a good reminder that reading is important. For you, as well as your child.
And especially your business. Read on to find out why.
Some experts will tell you that you shouldn’t write about yourself, it’s all about the customer. And only the cutomer.
But how do you build a rapport with your reader and show them you’re someone they can trust?
Sometimes it’s hard to find the words to explain the benefits of your product or service to your potential customers.
Here’s a fun way to drill down into the detail and uncover new selling points.
You’ve heard of inbound marketing but don’t know what it means for you.
And everyone keeps telling you should be blogging, but you still don’t know why.
Stick around and I’ll get you up-to-speed.