When your leads dry up and customers just aren’t buying, it’s not unusual to worry that your business has stalled.
You worry that you’ll have to invest a lot more time and money to revitalize it, and you simply don’t have it in you.
That’s how I felt after my husband and I built our podcast, courses, books, and membership community over the years. It was humming along, but it wasn’t growing, and we were frustrated.
We’d done a lot of work to create a lifestyle we loved—living in an old house in an even older village in Spain—and yet we still felt the same stress we remembered from back in our cubicle days.
We asked ourselves the same question you’re probably asking:
How do you keep growing a business without adding more employees or cloning yourself?”
Through trial and error, we discovered the power of content marketing to grow a business without hiring staff, working more hours, or resorting to sleazy sales tactics.
We created a sales team, a customer service department, and a training team without hiring a single person or adding to our own workload.
In fact, we worked fewer hours than ever!
Content marketing changed everything. And it became such a compelling interest to me that I gave up what we were doing to focus on content marketing full time for other small business owners who struggled to get to the next level.
Are you one of those frustrated business owners who feels stalled in your growth? Then you’ve landed in the right place. Click the image to the left to download a free guide on how working with someone like me can help you attract quality leads, land great clients, and make more money for your business.
On a personal note, I love wine, books, hiking, unconventional thinkers, and the color orange. I am a social hermit who spends part of the year living in a cave (no, really!), a feminist, and a loud laugher.
I’m currently taking dance lessons, and I’m terrible. If you see me on the dance floor, you might want to take a step back.
But if you want to see some slick online moves that attract more subscribers and customers for your business, then you should definitely ask me to dance.