Business owners, let’s talk maintenance. It’s important to maintain certain things to keep them in good shape and running property. For instance, your car. You change the oil and have tune-ups every few months so nothing breaks down. We wash our vehicles to keep them looking good (and it also helps to keep paint from wearing off from dust or rust buildup).
Think about your personal maintenance. How often do you have your hair cut/colored? Mani/Pedi? Do you exercise? Annual physical? Dental cleaning? All of these things are an investment, to make sure everything looks good and is running smoothly.
Think about the cost of those investments, all of which are worthy.
Your business also needs a touch up occasionally so it can run smoothly. Consider your marketing maintenance. What are people seeing when they go to your Facebook Page? Do you have updated information, a map so you can be found? When was your last post? Same with any other social media you use for your business. Does everything look good? Is it running smoothly?
Is it time for a tune-up? I can help you with that. Scroll down and schedule a time to meet for a consult/training session! One day each week I will be at a different location in the valley, and all you have to do is pick your location date and time, then join me for an hour of specialized marketing attention (see below for the dates and locations).
Here’s the breakdown of your hour training:
*analysis of two social media sites OR set up of social media sites
*recommendations for improvement
*tips and tricks to creatively tell your story and increase engagement
*plan for future content specific to your business
*any other questions you need or want answered about marketing online!
Digital marketing can be overwhelming, but is a vital part of your business strategy. Trust me, I get it. I’m also a small business owner and when you run every aspect of your business, your online marketing can easily take a back seat. However if you’re not taking advantage, you are missing out on the easiest way to promote your business.
Below is the list and links to where I will be in April. If you have any questions or would like to request a different time or date, feel free to email email@example.com any time and we’ll work something out!
It’s time for a tune-up. See you soon!