trying to balance work and motherhood right now or preparing your business for motherhood, I want to pass along some advice I wish someone would have told me. It would have saved me hours of wasted mental energy trying to please other people and prove that I could become a successful entrepreneur, even with a newborn on my hip.
Just a few of our favorites to share.....
Collaborating with instagram influencers does not have to be scary and can be a great way to explode your business growth this year! Learn how to easily reach out and work with influencers to grow your reach and maximize your income. We walk you through our simple and easy steps.
If you’ve found yourself getting all caught up in what other business owners are posting (I’ve been guilty of this, too!), take it as a sign to take a step back and redefine what your signature look will be. It will help you gain confidence in no time!
While you may not become a full-blown photographer overnight, you don’t need to be in order to start growing your Instagram following and increasing your Instagram engagement.
I’m sharing tips I’ve learned firsthand on how to shoot photos for Instagram with only an iPhone, which is an art in itself.
Where do brides first visit when they’re looking for wedding vendors? Instagram. Brides know that with a quick search on Instagram, they can find dozens of wedding vendors in their area and instantly access their living portfolio (aka Instagram grids!) The real question is, how do you stand out among other wedding vendors on Instagram?
I get it, booking services on Instagram can be TOUGH. I get it. When I first started growing my Instagram, I’d look at my friends selling hand-lettered print or mugs with fun sayings on them and think, Wow, I wish I had an “easy” product to sell too. A $10 print or a $15 mug
But what about the rest of us who DON’T already have a large blog audience to bring to Instagram?
What about those who are starting from scratch (or almost scratch)?
When I first started building my Instagram, I had virtually no blog following… well, besides my son and my mom.
I was in a perpetual state of the 24/7 hustle, trying to attract clients while nurturing the few clients I already had. It was hard to produce my best work while constantly worrying that client inquiries might disappear the next month.
It wasn’t until I made a few intentional tweaks to my Instagram feed while building a strong strategy that I started to alleviate some of that stress.
To my surprise (and delight), it helped me start booking clients more consistently too because Instagram gave my business a personal touch that larger businesses can’t compete with.
Is Instagram your biggest time-suck? What if I told you it doesn’t have to be anymore? All those hours you spent wondering about what to post when to post it, and why you’re even posting it in the first place can be eliminated with simple tweaks to your strategy. You’ll see your follower count grow
Do you feel like when you post an Instagram photo, all you hear is crickets? You may be wondering if your ideal clients are even on Instagram or if Instagram is a good way to sell services? How do you visually sell services? Well, I’m here to tell you they are. You just need an
Social media is like a sea of information. Great content mixed with spam and things that are not relevant at all. It is probably everyone’s number one time sucker and it’s easy to get lost, unconsciously and unintentionally, getting sucked in. Standing out on social media is getting harder and harder by the second. You can’t just post something. You have to post something remarkable and inspiring, that is also short and easy to ready in 10 seconds or less.
So why is it so hard to stand out on social media? Do you find yourself saying or feeling?
“There are so many people doing the same thing as me, how am I going to easily and quickly show that I can do it better?”
“Social media takes too much time. I barely have enough time to edit all my photos.”
“This is all overwhelming, I do not even know where to start.”
“I do not feel comfortable putting myself out there so much and acting like I know what I am doing.”