Business Bit Tuesday 07-11-2017

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Business Bit Tuesday Calling ALL female entrepreneurs. Happy Tuesday! Time for Tuesday BUSINESS BITS w/ Vanessa. Today’s topic will be all about BLOGGING for your business. There is also a workbook in the link below with more tips and tricks for you to download! ENJOY! Grab your workbook! Watch the video here!

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Single Problem, Single Solution: The Benefits of Keeping It Simple for Your Ecourse 07-09-2017

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Single Problem, Single Solution: The Benefits of Keeping It Simple for Your Ecourse Single Problem, Single Solution: The Benefits of Keeping It Simple Tell me if this sounds familiar. You begin to write a blog post, and before you know it, your “quick update” has turned into a rambling, 3,000-word novelette that covers everything from… Read more »

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How to Identify Your IDEAL Client 06-13-2017

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How to Identify Your IDEAL Client If there’s one mistake that new—and sometimes even established—business owners make, it’s this: failing to develop a clear vision of her ideal client. Too often we think our service or product is “for everyone.” And while it might be true that everyone could use your help, it’s simply not… Read more »

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