It’s no secret that if you want to have a thriving business, you’re going to need to get more visible to more people.
When it comes to promoting ourselves, I’ve heard from a lot of people about how it gives them the ‘heebie-jeebies’.
We may also not think of ourselves as a great salesperson.
The idea of selling and promotion can also be a tough one for people that feel they’re more introverted, because they think they have to shout from the rooftops to get seen and heard.
I want to help you to shift from ‘selling yourself’ to ‘planting valuable seedlings’ in order to make promoting yourself feel easier.
I’m revisiting the strategies I took in my first two years of business to create visibility for my work, through activities that didn’t make me feel ‘icky’ or inauthentic.
It doesn’t require you to have a big audience, followers, or massive email list.
It does involve you showing up to be willing to share your vision and the great work you want to do.
So, if you’d love to get a behind the scenes look at 3 things I did in my first year of business to gain great ideas to promote your own business…watch the video below!
In This Video, I Covered:
- Why you don’t need to be a whiz at digital marketing or hack the algorithm in order to get seen and heard.
- 3 human-focused and uncomplicated ways I created visibility in my first year of business.
- The low-hanging fruit opportunities you may be missing to promote your business and how to leverage them.
- How you can redefine what marketing can be (and what it truly is for your customers).
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