If you’re like most solo/small business owners, you’re busy spinning so many plates to keep your business running that your marketing gets pushed to the back burner. You’re not intentional or strategic about your content marketing – in fact you’re winging it! Am I right?? C’mon you can tell me – we’re all doing it, even the Big Fish in the Business Sea!
I’ve been a huge fan of ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ (SYTYCD), the TV reality show dance competition. You follow the contestants through their journey from audition to ‘top ten’ to the winner, ‘America’s Favorite Dancer.’ I celebrated Mark becoming lead dancer for Lady GaGa, Robert’s car accident and amazing comeback, and Twitch and Allison’s marriage (You fans know what I’m talkin’ about!).
I believe in words. I love exploring the obscure etymology of an idiom and pouring through a thesaurus as much as the next guy (what…you don’t??). Yet I also know – and love — that language is a fluid thing which moves and grows as human consciousness does.
The 2016 lists of new words inducted into Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary and Oxford Dictionary are out, and here are some of my faves from each: Continue Reading
You can find a plethora (my favorite word from The Three Amigos) of free and fabulous info on content marketing. But then it comes down to you, Solopreneur, sitting in front of your blank, white, staring screen, saying to yourself, ‘OK then, so what do I do NOW?’Continue Reading
I help small-business owners succeed in making a BIG impact with their marketing – for their clients, their bottom line, the betterment of the world – through authentic, strategic, and powerful messaging. 28+ years in marketing communications, I adapt tried-and-true communications principles to today’s dynamic online marketing world. And I confess…I’m a life-long word lover, grammarContinue Reading
With origins in Chaucer, Shakespeare and the King James version of the Bible, this charming 3-letter exclamation seems to have captured America’s heart. And why not? We live in an age of self-discovery and the unexpected (and ‘Eureka!’ sounds so last century).