Raise your hand if you feel ‘icky’ about self-promotion.
You’re not alone.
Most of the women I work with feel uncomfortable about promoting themselves on social media, writing a blog or sending an email newsletter.
But if you’re not out there telling people what you do, you’re hurting yourself - and your business.
Without a solid marketing plan, you have to work harder for every sale. Which means longer hours at your desk and less time doing the things you love.
The good news is, marketing doesn’t have to be painful.
You can promote your business without feeling spammy, salesy or annoying.
It can also be a LOT of fun.
And in my Soulful Marketing masterclass, I’ll show you how to find easy, enjoyable ways to promote your business.
Here’s what you’ll learn:
How to talk about yourself on social media - without sounding like you have a massive ego
How to grow your email list (and write non-spammy emails that people will actually look forward to receiving)
How be everywhere on social media - without spending every waking moment online
How blog, podcast or vlog regularly - without sending yourself crazy in the process
**PLUS GUEST SPEAKER***: Instagram Pro & teacher Sara Tasker
Sara Tasker is a photographer and writer living in the Yorkshire hills who has over 142k followers in just a few years. She now works full-time combining her love of styling, words and photography to create for a range of blogs, brands and publications. She also has an online Instagram course The Insta Retreat.
Soulful Marketing is perfect for you if: you're a business owner, blogger, coach or consultant - in your first few years of business - who is looking for easy, enjoyable ways to promote your business. If you've been in business for longer, but don't yet have a solid marketing plan to help you attract leads and new business, it is also a good fit for you.
N.B. It's perfect if you run your own PR/marketing agency and fit the criteria above.
Soulful Marketing is NOT for you if: you work in/for a PR agency or in a corporate role.
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