It’s been a common refrain the past few months as I’ve done catch-up calls with my service provider friends. No matter if they’re running 7 figure agencies or working on their own as freelance project managers I’m hearing the same story. It’s getting harder to get work. Inquiries are far and few between. Proposals are […]
Audio courses can be a great way to sell and share your knowledge quickly and easily, without the stress of recording videos.
Website checklist to prep your site for 2023 What to change on your work with me or services page What to change on your about page What to change with old promotions and offers What to update with your emails General site checkups and updates When was the last time you checked out your website? […]
Recently I asked some of my business friends their best time-saving tips. These are the time management tools that makes a huge difference in their working and personal lives. There’s a little something for everyone here – from calendar hacks and unexpected automations to smart task management tips and how to deal with email. I’ve […]
While prepping for a couple of upcoming in-person speaking events, I figured it was high time to get my act together. Dusting off my *grown-up* clothes and finding something that covers the area beyond the zoom meridian. And heading off to moo.com to print new business cards (and update my almost-decade-old handout). When designing the new card, […]
Learn the pros and cons of using Kajabi to host your website, courses and programs. See real-world uses and applications for different types of products and business models from a real designer who has used Kajabi to create multiple courses, membership sites, digital downloads, private podcasts, free trainings and audio programs. Kajabi is a robust […]
Yesterday a friend sent me her latest design dilemma – she wanted some ideas around how to deal with an oddly spaced logo. I don’t really talk about my on-demand ideation and design fix-it services – but it’s something I’ve been doing more and more. These days I consult more than code – and I […]
It’s one thing to create a course or membership site – it’s a whole other thing to get people motivated to engage with your content and keep going (and paying!) I’ve been working with some new ideas to infuse more fun (and make things easier) for students to engage with content inside of courses and […]
If you’ve been doing the online marketing thing for a while, you might be familiar with the “challenge” concept to get more leads and opt-ins. Typically this is an event of some kind that spans a series of days and the subscriber gets an email each day with a link to take a specific action. […]
How to get valuable testimonials and feedback from your clients.
I recently gave myself a birthday challenge to create and launch a product in 5 days or less. And thus, Launch Brain was born – my mini-course that gives all my insider tips and insights behind launching an online course. So meta, I know. Since I was in the midst of running two launches for […]
Here’s my dirty little design secret. I cheat. A lot. The hardest thing for a designer to face is a blank screen. And the worst thing a client can say to me is “do whatever you want” with no guidance at all. We all need some inspiration to start – and often we need something […]
One of the areas I see people struggle with the most when they’re building their website is how to make a landing page. Landing pages are such a great tool to get subscribers, validate your offerings and build up your waitlists. While you can certainly buy expensive software that will create landing pages for you […]
Ebooks are one of my favorite “easy” win digital products to create and sell. I know not everyone loves e-books because they can be considered “low value” in a world of expensive courses and masterminds. But I love e-books for a few reasons:
I get asked all the time about what tools and services I use to run my business. While I’ll often test out new services and products, I’m a firm believer in using well-supported software. I’d rather use the industry standard rather than a fly-by-night new app or software that may not be in business next […]