If you're in online business and marketing, you've probably heard about this new app: Clubhouse.
>>> Btw, it's not "The Clubhouse" just "Clubhouse" ... which is also a verb: "Honey, please watch the kids. I'm gonna' go Clubhouse!"
As of writing this post on 01-07-21, it's only my 2-week anniversary on Clubhouse. So full disclosure: I'm not some Clubhouse power user, big-deal moderator, know-it-all.
Considering it's been around for at least a year from what I can tell, I'm still quite the Newb. But that should serve you well, as I recently went through/am going through all the same things as you, as far as getting signed up and getting acquainted with this new app.
Even though I'm a newb, I can clearly see how much Clubhouse is going to mean to the entrepreneurial and online business community.
So I decided to share what I know in the hopes I can shortcut the process for you. I also want to expand on and give...
One thing I've observed in my 4 years as a Kajabi user is that many Kajabians seem reluctant to blog. Since there's a blog feature baked right in to Kajabi and we all have access to it, I wanted to take some time and explain why all businesses should be blogging and, therefore, why your Kajabi site needs a blog.
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Let's start with a few stats, so you're not just taking my word for the importance of blogging with Kajabi.
According to the search engine optimization site SEO Tribunal:
Companies who blog receive 97% more links to their website
57% of marketers say they’ve gained customers specifically through blogging.Companies that blog have 55% more visitors to their...
Hey creative entrepreneur . . . this is for you. This site is for you and, as I was conceptualizing it and building it, I always had you on my mind.
I want this to be the perfect place for you. To that end, I "re-did" Marie Forleo's B-School which included going through the lessons again, with this site and with you in mind.
I found the process fascinating! So I thought I'd do a little blog post and share my notes and thoughts from my B-School homework. This post derives from B-School's "Start the Right Business," Lesson 3. Here are the questions and my answers.
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Who are the people you and your business will serve? Who exactly is your product or service for?
My business will serve and is for: online creative entrepreneurs/solopreneurs.
Now that she's got her...