Free Marketing eBook For Small Business Owners
The root of evil
Attract interest to a product or service
A chance to provide value
Be consistent, show up and target your ideal audience
consistency being key and thinking of it as of a never-ending process
These are some of the answers I received when I asked in my facebook group for small business owners, solopreneurs, therapists and creatives what word comes to mind when you hear the word ‘marketing’. The word marketing, just like sales, does seem to provoke strong responses. However at its core it’s simply the process of getting people interested in the goods and services being sold.
As a solopreneur such as a small business owner, freelancer, therapist or independent artist, chances are that you will have struggled at some point with the idea of marketing. It is often presented as an activity which is dull, uninteresting, maybe even salesy and unethical. Small business owners, therapists and creatives will often declare ‘I have no idea of marketing’, some artists will even express themselves using stronger terms such as ‘I don’t want to be a selllout’.
Regardless of their discipline, there are more similarities than differences between solopreneurs when it comes to their need of marketing in order to bring their services or products to the people. Whether you own a small business, an etsy shop or a therapy practice, marketing is one of your core tasks in order to get people interested in your goods and services.
It is especially for you that I have created this eBook giving you an overview of various tried and tested marketing activities, which you can directly apply using your own creativity in your particular discipline. 21+7 Marketing Ideas for Small Businesses, Therapists and Creatives contains a cornucopia of information, tips and marketing ideas to use in your business in order for it to grow and prosper the way it was always meant to be. What’s more, it’s completely FREE. You can download it here.
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