A solid marketing plan has three stages, depending on the growth cycle of the business. In the season finale of Marketing Without the Marketing, I take a look back at the past year and how this has influenced my most recent projects.
The new season kicks off with a reset to zero! Let’s look at how creativity and business go together, and how you can rethink your own approach to your current project, job, or business.
It’s a shame when you see great art go unnoticed. I got sick of seeing creatives fail, so I wanted to do something about it. Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at how and why I created a comprehensive online course to help writers, musicians, and visual artists.
Marketing automation sounds robotic and impersonal. In fact, it can be a more welcoming and personal way to nurture a lead into a customer, by focusing on THEIR specific needs and interests. You have a much better chance at making a connection, while lightening your workload as well.
Why are you waiting for permission? Walk straight past the Gatekeeper and connect with your audience directly. There’s nothing holding you back anymore, and there are no excuses. Your audience is your greatest business asset—it shifts the power in your favor.
This week’s episode is about two new projects for 2016. I also ask a favor: For those of you who are writers, musicians, or visual artists, I invite you to talk about how the Web and social media has affected you and your creative business.