Are you thinking about updating your website copy? Or planning to add a new page to your site? Here are 5 website copywriting tips to make the process a little easier. 1. It's 90% about them and 10% about you. It's your website. Why wouldn't it be all about you, right? Nope. Imagine you're a … Continue reading 5 Website Copywriting Tips
4 Nurturing Podcast Interview Techniques
Hello Big Visionaries! Are you wondering how to prepare for your first podcast interview? Or have you had a podcast for a while, but feel like your questions aren't getting the result you'd like? For about seven years, I hosted and produced The Big Vision Podcast and the Arts and Healing Podcast. The East Bay … Continue reading 4 Nurturing Podcast Interview Techniques
How to Write a Newsletter: 7 Quick Tips
Hello Big Visionaries! Are you struggling with how to write your newsletter? Do you put it off? Even dread it? The thing is, email newsletters are important tools. According to the Campaign Monitor article, How Effective Are Email Newsletters for Marketing a Business?, e-newsletters have a higher engagement rate than other types of digital marketing. … Continue reading How to Write a Newsletter: 7 Quick Tips
How to Write a Workshop Description and Enjoy It!
Are you struggling to write a workshop description? Putting yourself in the shoes of your prospective student will help you write an effective description and enjoy the process. Oftentimes, when we write a workshop description, we focus on ourselves. We feel like we have to prove that we're "good enough" to teach. Or we focus … Continue reading How to Write a Workshop Description and Enjoy It!
Do social media your way. Write your own “rules”
Many of my clients have a deep resistance to social media. They feel like there are "rules" they need to follow that don't resonate with their values and way of being. But they also have a deep desire to reach more people. So they feel frustrated. If this sounds like you, here's what I suggest: … Continue reading Do social media your way. Write your own “rules”