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"Power UP: How Smart Women Win in the New Economy" with Entrepreneur Magdalena Yesil on Women Entrepreneurs Radio™

Magdalena Yasil
Show #454

Magdalena Yesil, Executive Chair, DriveInformed and Founder, Broadway Angels

Magdalena Yesil is a serial entrepreneur and venture capitalist of many of the world's top technology companies, including Salesforce, where she was the first investor and founding board member. Her current startup, DriveInformed, uses technology to bring trust and transparency to the auto finance industry.

Magdalena's investing career started at US Venture Partners, where as a general partner, she oversaw over 15 investments. She is a founder of Broadway Angels, an angel group of female investors. She is a technology pioneer who started her career as a semiconductor design engineer, and her three decades in Silicon Valley evolved with the technology industry.

Prior to becoming a venture capitalist, Magdalena founded three companies in succession, dedicated to commercializing Internet access, e-commerce infrastructure, and electronic payments. UUnet, Cybercash and MarketPay earned her the Entrepreneur of the Year title from Red Herring Magazine. She recently received the 2017 Fearless Leader award from WomenOnBoards2020. She is the author of Power UP! How Smart Women Win in the New Economy, where she shares her learnings for success in the technology industry.

She is the author of, "Power Up: How Smart Women Win in the New Economy," published in 2017.

Book
www.magdalena.com

Website

www.driveinformed.com

Magdalena Yesil's DreamTalk at the DreamForce conference

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-1xrEQyFOo




Listen on Podomatic:


https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/dbcoach/episodes/2018-02-14T04_00_00-08_00


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Magdalena Yasil on Women Entrepreneurs Radio

How Authors Can Use Pinterest for Book Marketing & Promotions

by Deborah A. Bailey

Back in 2010 when I published my first book, I spent most of time marketing on Facebook and YouTube. It was a non-fiction book, "Think Like an Entrepreneur: Transforming Your Career and Taking Charge of Your Life," and at that time I could still get good organic reach on my Facebook fan page.

I uploaded a few book trailers to YouTube and got "likes" and subscribes pretty quickly. Around that time I joined Pinterest (you had to get an invitation to join back then) but I didn't pin anything about my book. In fact, like most others, I had no idea how to use this new platform.

It seemed to be a fun place to find images, but at the time I didn't consider it to be a platform for book marketing.

I changed my mind when I read about an author who had an account there. She had about 20 or so boards (which seemed like a lot to me at the time) featuring a variety of topics. One board was about her books, another about travel, another about fashion, etc. In addition to marketing her books, she was using Pinterest to give readers a snapshot of her interests.

Though I was impressed by what she'd done, at the time (since I only had one book) I didn't see the need to duplicate what she was doing. In fact, I was dismissive of the usefulness of the site for anything other than searching for interesting images. So, I stopped using it for quite some time, choosing instead to focus on Facebook and on my blog.

But as time went by, and the social media scene began to evolve, I went back and rediscovered Pinterest. What I found was that the platform had also evolved into a search engine. By that time I'd written a few novels. I found that I couldn't do the same things to promote them that I'd done for my non-fiction books. Not to mention that there were more authors and more books being published (once self-publishing began to take off). The same old things weren't going to work.

Online Marketing Overwhelm


When I started my original Twitter account, I did it to promote my freelancing. Once I started to promote my books, I didn't want to throw my novels and fiction-related topics into the mix. So, I created a separate Twitter for promoting my novels (just as I'm in the process of creating a Facebook fan page for my fiction books). Yes, I'm probably making more work for myself, but it actually gives me freedom to have dedicated accounts for the two parts of my life.

As platforms like Blab (now extinct), Periscope, Snapchat, Instagram came on the scene, I was ready to throw my hands up. Was I supposed to be on everything? Was that even possible? And don't forget Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn and Tumblr (to name a few others). At some point I had to make decisions about where I was going to spend my time.

Pinterest Marketing for Authors Online Course
Marketing on Pinterest for Authors Online Course https://secrets-of-success.teachable.com/p/marketing-on-pinterest-for-authors


The Changing Social Media Landscape


Social media platforms are constantly in a state of flux. It's hard to have rules when the algorithms continue to change, not to mention the various other design changes. One day your FB cover dimensions are one size, then that changes to another. You may not be able to use affiliate links on another platform, then suddenly they're allowed.

A few months ago when I was presenting a social media workshop at the local library, a young man in his 20's said he stopped using Facebook. Snapchat was the place to be for him and his friends. So an author who might be trying to reach that demographic might find that they should give Snapchat a try. Meanwhile, Instagram has added Stories, which puts it in direct competition with Snapchat. So, yet again, another change that might impact your marketing.

Organic reach has been reduced as the platforms look to grow their revenue through advertising revenue. I recently read of something on Instagram called a "shadow ban." It can happen if you use certain hashtags - or too many hashtags. A few commenters on the post speculated that this might make hashtags less beneficial. Yet again, less organic reach will encourage more ad buys. If that's where things are heading, it's going to change how people use that platform to market.

Marketers say that someone has to have several touch points before they're ready to buy (or even to click). Some say 7, other say 20 or more. So that means you have to get your book in front of your prospective reader many times before they might click for more information.

We're already overwhelmed with so much information coming at us. How much is too much? It's a tough call. We'd like to have rules so we can feel like we're in control, but I don't think that's going to work right now. The platforms are continuing to change and adjust (and compete) so things are not going to be static.

Using Pinterest for Book Promotions


When I returned to Pinterest I started creating boards related to my books and my freelancing. I also added board based on popular Pinterest topics, like food, quotes and home décor. Then I added boards that reflected my interests: books, science fiction, writing and blogging. Not only are the boards giving prospective readers (and other writers) a snapshot of who I am, but they've also helped me to connect to other Pinterest users.

Because of my pinning, I've been asked to join a few group boards for writers and bloggers. Group boards will help your pins to be seen by even more people.

Remember I said Pinterest is a search engine? Well, that means when you search for various items, Pinterest pins will show up in the results. Those pins also identify the pinner, so someone can find your pin (and you) when they're searching for other things. There are many ways to be found!

Speaking of demographics, here are a few: as of Jan 2017, Pinterest had 150 million users, with 70 million from the U.S. 81% of Pinterest users are females. 87% of Pinners have purchased a product because of Pinterest. 72% of Pinners use Pinterest to decide what to buy offline. (Stats from:
https://www.omnicoreagency.com/pinterest-statistics/.)

Not only is Pinterest a good platform for creating your profile, but you can do so much more. You can also pin your book covers, create boards for blog posts and visuals for inspiration, and join group boards.

Pinterest has a lot of advantages for authors who are looking to market, to connect and to collect pins to help you with your writing. Even better, book cover pins look great on the boards. What's not to like?

This article originally appeared on Savvy Authors.


Want to access the Pinterest Marketing for Authors course for yourself? Access the free introductory lesson here: https://secrets-of-success.teachable.com/p/marketing-on-pinterest-for-authors


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Julia & Company Printable Designs


My Etsy pop-up shop, Julia & Company Printable Designs is back from vacation!

You'll find motivational quote prints, downloadable wall decor, holiday word art decor (including a few Valentine's Day & Galentine's Day digital poster prints) and fiction book covers.

Use this URL to receive 25% off your sale of $4.98 or more. (It expires on February 17th.)

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Happy Galentine's Day poster
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"Balance: What it Means and How to Get It" with Kerry Heaps on Women Entrepreneurs Radio™

Show #446

Topic: "Balance: What it Means and How to Get It"

In this conversation Kerry and Deborah discuss:

  • How can we balance work and home responsibilities
  • Why it's important to take time for ourselves?
  • Tips to create balance in your personal and business life


Kerry Heaps is the Founder and Publisher of Strictly Marketing Magazine.  She is also the host of Strictly Marketing Talk Radio. The magazine has recently spun off an online community for women (and men too) looking to gain more media exposure, Pitch like a B*tch Media.  She owns Knockout Marketing, a Business-to-Business telemarketing and lead generation firm.  Her passion is to help other Entrepreneurs with their marketing efforts to continue their dream of running a successful business.

Her story starts in the spring of 2005, working in the corporate world as a recruiter she spent a lot of time at networking functions and participating in putting them together for other organizations. "It's a lot of work putting together events and I thought to myself if I am going to do this, I should do it for myself. I was working part time to save money to start my image consulting firm so I figured this would be a great way to add in some revenue while the business gets up and running."

She left her corporate job in the fall and started getting business owners together at a local book store café. "I still remember my first Monday after I left my job, I got up that morning and thought, what have I done??? Although there's been a lot of bumps in the road I don't regret my decision one bit. My passion is helping others succeed in their marketing efforts, I know how scary it can be to start a business and no one should feel alone on their journey." The company currently specializes in marketing, with the Magazine, talk radio program and online community for Women in Marketing.

Kerry has an extensive background in Sales, Networking, Recruiting, and Training. She is a former Model who specialized in Trade Show and Print work. She is also an experienced judge on the beauty pageant circuit.  Kerry is also a contributing columnist for www.sbmarketingtools.com, www.entrepreneursenvogue.com and she also writes occasionally for www.sheownsit.com and www.womensprospects.com.  Kerry has interviewed celebrities such as Co-Host of Shark Tank, Barbara Corcoran, Authors Larry Winget, Jeffrey Hayzlett, Former Miss West Virginia and QVC Talk Show host, Kim Parrish and many more successful business entrepreneurs.

Websites:
Pitch Like a Bitch Media: www.pitchlikeabitchmedia.com

Strictly Marketing Magazine & Talk Radio:  http://www.strictlymarketingmagazine.com

Appointment Setting by Knockout Marketing website:

http://www.appointmentsettingbyknockoutmarketing.com 




The Challenges Of Healthcare For Women Entrepreneurs

by Wendy Dessler

Women-run businesses are the current leaders in industry growth in the nation. A report from Small Business Majority stated that women-led companies are responsible for 1/3 of all new jobs in the United States. As the country recovers from the recession, women entrepreneurs have had to face many challenges to get and maintain this lead.


Access to funding

Women have always faced an issue when it comes to obtaining funding. The fact is, most men want to loan money to people that look like them. It is immaterial if this is a deliberate act or simply one that must be continually called out, it does ring true. 

Technology has helped in this area. It allows women to find funding in an atmosphere that is gender neutral. While this helps financially, this does not eliminate the problem. In business, men have always known that networking and having connections is important. That leads to the “boys club” closes the door to a woman in the field that wants to seek those connections.



Healthcare

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, often shortened to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) or nicknamed “Obamacare” laid out some pretty firm guidelines regarding health insurance. Small business owners must pay for part of the insurance for their employees if they have 50 employees or more. One of the important considerations regarding healthcare coverage is birth control.

The Affordable Care Act requires insurance companies to provide birth control for women at no cost to them. This has been a huge help in allowing women to choose when and if they get pregnant.
Since that mandate, more women have finished college uninterrupted, and more women are able to advance their careers by planning for children. 

The Trump administration has put this mandate on the chopping block and it makes women business owners a bit nervous. Women-led businesses face this challenge head-on. They are more likely to help the employee explore all options. Sometimes, it makes better sense for the employee to secure insurance through HealthCare.com, to have coverage and stay in compliance with the law. This one shouldn’t be mixed up with Healthcare.gov, though.

If the ability to free birth control is taken from women, it will make it more difficult to make sound business decisions about the type of coverage a business owner can provide. The costs of healthcare are already out of reach for many women-led small businesses. However, they explore all options and find a solution that works more often than not. 



Freelancers

Many times women entrepreneur are freelancers. This means, they often must secure their own Health Care Coverage. Here are a few tips to help:

* Check with your local Chamber of Commerce to see if there are any business groups you can join to get a group rate.
* Shop for the best price. This includes shopping online.
* Check with Freelancers Union to see if you can get in under their policies.
* See if your partner or spouse has a policy that can allow you coverage under their group.
* See if you qualify for government assistance to pay for your coverage.
* Price policies with a higher deductible if you are in good health. This can make the legal minimum insurance requirement easier to cover.

There is no doubt that women entrepreneurs have climbed higher in the business world. As they struggle to keep their momentum, the future healthcare concerns are difficult. But we will continue pushing the glass ceiling away and we will be heard in the business arena and our voice will be heard in the voting booths.

Launching Today: "Five Steps to Making Changes in Your Business" Online Course

Five Steps to Making Changes in Your Business



Tired of making New Year’s Resolutions that don’t last past February? (According to some statistics, 80% of them fail within the first two months of the year!)

Ready to line up your goals with your life and your vision for what you want to accomplish?

Not seeing results from “blue prints” and “proven systems” that don’t give you what YOU want?

Businesses evolve and change and business owners do too. We start with your vision, your dreams and your desire for your life and how you want to show up in it. Then you design your business around your passions and what you’re called to create and put into the world.


Your vision will show you where you’re going, and your goals will provide a roadmap to get you there!



In this course you'll learn how to:


  • Create a CLEAR VISION for your business (so that you can focus on what you really want)
  • Tap into your intuition so that you know what is RIGHT for you
  • Get creative so that you FREE yourself from the hidden blocks that keep you stuck
  • Create goals that make sense for you, your business and your TRUE intentions for you life
  • Uncover HIDDEN challenges that may be sabotaging you
  • Move forward so that you can achieve your GOALS
  • Get renewed, MOTIVATED, and inspired to take your business in a direction that lines up with your personal desires!



Learn more about the course and special introductory pricing 80% off the regular price of the course for a limited time:


Five Steps to Making Changes in Your Business Online Class

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New Year's Goals: How to Set them & How to Keep Them with Kerry Heaps on Women Entrepreneurs Radio™

Show #445

Topic: New Year's Goals: How to Set them & How to Keep Them 

In this conversation Kerry and Deborah discuss why goal-setting is so important if you really want to move forward. You'll learn why resolutions can quickly fizzle out, and tips for creating goals that you'll actually accomplish.

Kerry Heaps is the Founder and Publisher of Strictly Marketing Magazine.  She is also the host of Strictly Marketing Talk Radio. The magazine has recently spun off an online community for women (and men too) looking to gain more media exposure, Pitch like a B*tch Media.

She owns Knockout Marketing, a Business-to-Business telemarketing and lead generation firm.  Her passion is to help other Entrepreneurs with their marketing efforts to continue their dream of running a successful business.

Her story starts in the spring of 2005, working in the corporate world as a recruiter she spent a lot of time at networking functions and participating in putting them together for other organizations. "It's a lot of work putting together events and I thought to myself if I am going to do this, I should do it for myself. I was working part time to save money to start my image consulting firm so I figured this would be a great way to add in some revenue while the business gets up and running."

She left her corporate job in the fall and started getting business owners together at a local book store café. "I still remember my first Monday after I left my job, I got up that morning and thought, what have I done??? Although there's been a lot of bumps in the road I don't regret my decision one bit. My passion is helping others succeed in their marketing efforts, I know how scary it can be to start a business and no one should feel alone on their journey." The company currently specializes in marketing, with the Magazine, talk radio program and online community for Women in Marketing.

Kerry has an extensive background in Sales, Networking, Recruiting, and Training. She is a former Model who specialized in Trade Show and Print work. She is also an experienced judge on the beauty pageant circuit.  Kerry is also a contributing columnist for www.sbmarketingtools.com, www.entrepreneursenvogue.com and she also writes occasionally for www.sheownsit.com and www.womensprospects.com.  Kerry has interviewed celebrities such as Co-Host of Shark Tank, Barbara Corcoran, Authors Larry Winget, Jeffrey Hayzlett, Former Miss West Virginia and QVC Talk Show host, Kim Parrish and many more successful business entrepreneurs.

Websites: 
Pitch Like a Bitch Media: www.pitchlikeabitchmedia.com

Strictly Marketing Magazine & Talk Radio:  http://www.strictlymarketingmagazine.com

Appointment Setting by Knockout Marketing website:

http://www.appointmentsettingbyknockoutmarketing.com 

Listen on Podomatic:

https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/dbcoach/episodes/2018-01-25T04_00_00-08_00



Subscribe on iTunes:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/women-entrepreneurs-radio/id939410730?mt=2





How Your Content Strategy Can Multiply Your List Building Efforts

by Amisha Shrimanker


A lucrative email list that grows consistently takes time and focus.

It may not be the sexiest thing in your business in the initial years because you're hustling for a much-needed cash injection.

No wonder a lot of entrepreneurs give this (list building) a miss and instead engage their efforts elsewhere.

I can relate.

In fact, my first year in the online space, I devoted my time to networking in social media forums.

Here's the problem though.

I was soaking in all the information and spending a lot of time creating content for Facebook.

So, building my list (even though every coach I worked with stressed on this) was sadly not my top priority. My strategy was; "If my post in this Facebook group gets liked, I can follow up with sales calls."

How well did that work out you ask?

Well my strike rate was 2 out of 5. That meant two people out of five would agree to work with me.

"Who needs a list when I can get clients by just being active on Social Media," I'd say. But after I was done with my client obligations, I'd start from zero all over again to look for new clients.

And that looked like posting in more Facebook groups and hustling for clients. What I should have done instead was build my email list with my original and valuable content.

Content that isn't manipulated by the infamous Facebook algorithm.

But content that convinces, connects and converts my target audience on a platform that I control.

In this blog, I'm going to share four kinds of content you must include in your content marketing strategy that builds your email list with ideal subscribers.

1. Create no opt-in required content


This kind of content is to get your ideal audience to know, like and trust you before they can get on your list.

Your prospect's email address is a prized possession.

She is already receiving way too much email.

You need to earn her trust and give her lots of value through your free no opt-in required so that she gets on your list.

Here's what you need to know before you create this content:


  • Determine who you are creating content for (ideal audience). Cater to her deepest struggles, challenges and desires through your content. 
  • Determine your publishing frequency. Weekly is best. Consistency is huge!
  • The format in which you'll produce content - think blogging, videos, podcast, email newsletters and guest articles. 
  • Schedule time in your calendar to perform researching your content and creating it. A well-researched content piece is key to attracting your audience because and sets you apart from your competition. However, it takes time to research and then create your content. Scheduling is everything and keeps you on track. 


Note: Your no opt-in required content needs to be consistently produced even if you're hitting your list building goals. There's no stopping here!


2. Create your signature lead magnet

If your prospect likes your free no opt-in required content, she is ready to move on to the next step a.k.a become an email subscriber. 
In exchange for her email address she'll receive your free gift or better known as your signature lead magnet. 

Your signature lead magnet is directly related to what you teach or offer as your top paid program. 

So, for example if you are a personal trainer and teach postpartum moms how to lose pregnancy pounds, then a relevant lead magnet in this case would be "The top 10 foods you must have for a flat belly in 4 weeks". 

Your paid service should be the next logical step after your subscriber has consumed the information in the lead magnet. 

3. Create content upgrades

These are like secondary lead magnets but they have just as much potential to grow your list as a signature lead magnet does. 
Simply put, a content upgrade is a bonus piece of information that enhances, complements and is specific to the information in your blog post, podcast or video. 

In order to access the bonus information, the online visitor has to submit her email address. Hello list building!

So, for each blog piece/podcast/video, you can create a content upgrade. 

How do you get started on creating the content upgrade?

Log into your Google Analytics on your website and select Landing Pages which get the most traffic. 

Or you can also see the most number of social shares you've received on your content. 

And then boom! Create your content upgrades for these content pieces.


4. Guest blogging

Last but not the least, guest blogging is a smart and an effective strategy to aid your list building efforts. 

There are three ways you can use guest blogging as a list building strategy:

1. Select 3-5 blogs that you want to contribute to.

2. Recommend a minimum of three topics in your pitch that suit the tone of the blog, will appeal to the readers and are within your expertise or experience. 

3. Craft a power packed author bio that includes a link to your lead magnet landing page (if permitted). Do not use a backlink to your website! 

Conclusion 


"The money is in the list" is a popular expression in the online marketing world.

However, a majority of new and seasoned entrepreneurs are focused on gaining a following on Social Media instead of building their email lists. 

Your email list is a platform that you control 100%.

There are four ways that your content strategy can help you build a profitable email list:

1. Creating no opt-in required content
2. Creating your signature lead magnet
3. Creating content upgrades
4. Guest blogging

An email list size of at least 1000 subscribers is when you start seeing shifts in your business. 

With careful planning and a strong intent this goal is absolutely achievable. 

How are you using your content strategy to build and grow your email list? 


About the Author

Amisha Shrimanker is an online business strategist. She specializes in helping coaches and consultants create their own sales funnels so that they can sell with ease, create impact and build a scalable online business. 

To download her free resource on how to create an irresistible high converting opt-in, click here: http://bit.ly/2Bdz0nb




How to Move from Employee to Business Owner

If you’re an employee looking to make the move into doing your side-hustle full-time (or you’ve never had a business and want to start one) there are a few things to keep in mind. Planning is ideal. But there are cases where people have no choice but to go out on their own. Whatever your situation, here are some steps to think about as your make your move from employee to business owner.


This post originally appeared on DBaileyCoach.com.


Ready to make changes in your business (or start a business) but not sure where to start? Get the details about my new online course, “Five Steps to Making Changes in Your Business here:  “Five Steps to Making Changes in Your Business"

Author Q&A: Up All Night by Rhonda Shear

Rhonda Shear

About Up All Night


Slip on your satin pajamas, pull back the covers and slide into bed with everyone's favorite late-night bedroom buddy, Rhonda Shear! You know her as the smart-sexy hostess of USA: Up All Night, but did you know Rhonda was a New Orleans beauty queen? A candidate for office? A standup comic? An award-winning "bimbopreneur?" A rule-breaking feminist? She's been all that and more, and in this funny, naughty, candid book Rhonda finally shares the unforgettable story of a woman who was always "too something"-too pretty, too funny, too ethnic, too blonde-to achieve anything, but who ended up achieving everything.

Packed with vivid characters, hilarious stories and wisdom for women of all ages, Up All Night proves that when it comes to achieving your dreams, the only voice that matters is your own.

"I have known and worked with Rhonda at HSN for many years. I am so proud of her. She took her experience and knowledge and created a line of products that made a big difference to women who wanted quality, style and comfort, ahh!!"
JOY MANGANO/inventor, product designer, HSN personality, subject of the feature film Joy


About the Author 

New Orleans native Rhonda Shear is a comedian, designer, entrepreneur, actress, philanthropist and author. For over four decades, she has acted on more than 100 television shows, posed for Playboy, headlined in Vegas, been Miss USA, built a $100 million lingerie company, paraded down Bourbon Street and married her childhood sweetheart and the love of her life, Van Fagan. She and Van live with their pack of spoiled puppies in her Barbie dream house in St. Petersburg, Florida, where they manage their business empire, open their home to charitable galas and gatherings of friends, and savor the good life.


Deb Bailey: Welcome to the Secrets of Success blog, Rhonda. So, what is your book about?

Rhonda Shear: Great to be here, Deb. It is autobiographical and inspirational. Giving life lessons and Shear Honesty along the way. Enjoyable for anyone wanting to start a business, change careers, find love later in life or deal with sexual harassment. 


Deb: Sounds like a lot of good stuff. What are some of the important points in your book?

Rhonda: Never give up. Put a stake in it and go for it. Believe in yourself. Never burn a bridge. It’s ok to take a step backward to move forward. 


Deb: What inspired you to come up with the idea for your book?

Rhonda: My eclectic life and being able to share what I learned along the way. I always get asked how I have accomplished so much and I wanted to share with Entrepreneurs everywhere. 


Deb: You obviously have a lot to share, but did you have any challenges in writing this book?

Rhonda: Getting it done along with running a business. Took a little longer than I planned. But already excited about writing the next one.


Deb: What advice would you give to women entrepreneurs who are just starting out?


Rhonda: Reach out to other women in business. Attend women in business seminars. Network. Don’t give up. You are special and unique. 



Deb: Great advice. What do you think are the top 3 traits an entrepreneur must have? 

Rhonda: Drive, focus, confidence. 



Deb: A lot of people want to write books. Any tips to share with someone who wants to be published?

Rhonda: Self publish and get it out there!


Deb: What inspires you to do the work you do?

Rhonda: I was always told that I was too this or too that to succeed. Don’t tell me I can’t do something, cause I will go the distance and win.


Deb: Who do you think will benefit most from reading your book?

Rhonda: Anyone who wants to accomplish and needs a bit of encouragement. 


Deb: Thanks for stopping by, Rhonda. Please let everyone know where they can find your book, and share your website and social media URLs.

Rhonda: It was fun. For personalized signed books, www.rhondashear.com.
You can also find my book at www.amazon.com, www.hsn.com and various Barnes and Nobles. 

Social Media links
Rhonda Shear @ Twitter.com

Rhonda Shear @ Facebook.com

Rhonda Shear @Instagram.com

Rhonda Shear @Pinterest.com

Rhonda Shear @Linkedin.com

Rhonda Shear TV @youtube.com

"Tips for Using Webinars to Grow Your Business" with Business Strategist Aprille Reed on Women Entrepreneurs Radio™

Aprille Reed
Show #444

Aprille Reed is a Business Strategist + Webinar Funnel Architect for ambitious online coaches and consultants who struggle with lack of time and trading dollars for hours.

Aprille helps her clients scale their business with webinars that consistently make them more sales and break the income ceiling so that they can have the income to do whatever they want.

Aprille is also a Certified Social Media & Community Manager and Tapping Into Wealth coach.

With over 8+ year’s entrepreneurial experience, Aprille clients have been able to achieve success with business clarity, building their email list and selling high ticket packages with high ticket funnels.

http://www.aprillereed.com/
FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/SavvyMommypreneurs/
LinkedIn: https://www.facebook.com/aprillereedbiz/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AprilleReed
Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/aprillereed/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aprillereed




Aprille Reed on Women Entrepreneurs Radio



How to Get Inspired to Write (and Blog Consistently All Year)



How to Get Inspired and Blog Consistently All Year
How to Get Inspired and Blog Consistently All Year, courtesy of Henneke at Enchanting Marketing
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