You’ve got a to-do list curling around the kitchen floor, the breakfast pots to wash, you’re kids haven’t seen a stain-free school jumper since Monday and your work day has been filled with interruptions. Sometimes, getting it all done between 9am and 2pm isn’t just unachievable, it is completely impossible.
When it comes to starting a new business one of the first things you will want to do is write your business plan. There's lots of advice online about what to put in a business plan, how it should be laid out and what your financial projections will be. This is great if you are writing your business plan in order to approach a bank and ask for a business loan.
Newsletters are great for every type of business. They put you directly in your potential customer’s inbox because they asked you to be there. They actively opted-in to you telling them about the great things you are doing and you can see which of them are opening your emails and clicking through to your content. This is why newsletters are big. But you need to be using your mailing list to be able to get the best out of it.
Here are my three rules for email marketing.
Dream businesses are meant to be things of dreams, right? Things for the people who are financially able, have funding or investment. Not for the ordinary folks with kids and bills to pay.
I seriously wish I’d had the impetus to do what I did in a few months of this year a long time ago because I cannot imagine what I could have done with the time and lack of responsibility freely available to me then.