How to build interaction with your future clients

Whether you attract clients through your social media platforms, face-to-face or via your, the ability to build on that initial contact is the difference between business website success and failure.

So how can you interact with new contacts in a non-salesy way, whilst also increasing the chance of them becoming paying clients and customers? Continue reading “How to build interaction with your future clients”

How to eliminate time zapping activities


Managing your own business can be stressful and time consuming – especially if you’re a solo-preneur who works from home. We can eliminate the obvious home-based time zapping activities such as cleaning, cooking etc., by getting in extra help or allocating chores to other family members… but what about those less obvious business-related time zapping activities? Continue reading “How to eliminate time zapping activities”

Getting the most out of your Twitter account

Twitter has long been one of the favourite social media platforms for savvy entrepreneurs. Founded in 2006, Twitter is now one of the biggest social media platforms around – and is it any wonder? Giving you only 140 characters per ‘tweet’, it means you really do have to get to the point, if you want to attract the right followers. Twitter is a great way to raise your profile and interact with your ideal audience… but are you making the most of what else it has to offer? Continue reading “Getting the most out of your Twitter account”

5 tips to getting started on Twitter

Twitter is now one of the biggest social media platforms around. Founded in 2006, it’s a fast moving, snappy tweeting, interactive hub that is favoured by busy entrepreneurs and celebrities alike… but for those very reasons it can also inundate those who are new to it.

If you’d like to make the most of this great social media platform, here are 5 tips to getting you started on Twitter. Continue reading “5 tips to getting started on Twitter”

Is marketing a dirty word for you…?

If you ask most entrepreneurs what they dislike doing in their business, the answers will invariably be ‘marketing’ and ‘sales’. Both words immediately have you thinking of touting your wares and trying to PUSH someone into a sale – an image that is full of pressure, awkwardness and has long made both words seem tarnished and dirty. Continue reading “Is marketing a dirty word for you…?”

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