Recently I’ve had a number of clients ask me about content across channels — their website, their email list and social media. They know they should have their content everywhere, but where do they begin and what’s the most efficient way to share? My favorite way to start is with a new blog post on your website. Learn more.
Have you ever written a blog post, published it, shared it on social once and then never shared or promoted it again? Learn how you can replicate MissingLettr functionality with Publer.
I recently read The Revenue Growth Habit: The Simple Art of Growing Your Business by 15% in 15 Minutes a Day. The book is broken down into four parts — the process, changing your mindset, 22 techniques for growth and executing the plan. Read my full breakdown.
Many entrepreneurs and small businesses use an email marketing platform to send monthly or quarterly newsletter-style updates, but did you know you can use email automation in other ways?
I’ve talked with several small business owners recently, and found out many are sending mass emails directly from their own email accounts. There are a TON of reasons why this isn’t a good idea.
We all know that welcome emails are the #1 automated email you should have set up, but how exactly do you do it? Today I’ll take you step-by-step through the creation of your own welcome email in MailerLite.
A few months ago I joined Instagram. If you’re there, you know that you can only put ONE link in your profile or bio. You can’t put any clickable links elsewhere, which is a huge bummer. What if you want to tell people about your most recent podcast episode or blog post? What if you’re having an upcoming event that you want to showcase? The answer is a customized social profile page.
MailerLite is my new favorite email marketing platform! Today I want to show you how to create an automated email sequence with MailerLite and add a sign up form to your WordPress website.
Today we’re going to look at 29 different examples of sign up forms — forms asking a visitor to sign up for a newsletter or to receive a free resource. There’s a ton we can learn from these by looking at where they’re located, what they contain and what they promise.
Over the weekend I visited Spoonwood Brewing in the South Hills of Pittsburgh. As soon as I sat down, I noticed a call to action to sign up for their email list. I LOVE seeing email marketing in the wild. Let’s walk through each piece of the puzzle and I’ll show you how I think Spoonwood is doing everything right.