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If you think #NaNoWriMo is just for people trying to finish a novel, allow me convince you otherwise: November is the perfect month to get through writing most of your website's blog content for next year. At this point in the year, you've probably started...
You might think this is the post to skip, but hear me out: Writing for your blog is not the same kind of writing you learned about in school. There are tricks to learn and unlearn when it comes to convincing people that what you've written online is worth scrolling...
It’s easy to write a lackluster blog post, one that doesn’t provide useful information, drive traffic to your website or help generate your dream client. So what can you do to boost your blog content? Luckily, the internet is full of resources for getting the most out...
You've set up your website, started blogging to increase web traffic, and... Nothing seems to be happening. First of all, patience is key! It may take a minute before you start seeing the results of your hard work. But also, there's a bit of a cheat you can use to...
Whether you devour blog content daily or believe blogs are so 2005, the reality is that they’re an important part of running a business in this increasingly digital world. This has always been true, but even more so now: People are addicted to new content. They crave...
You get professional photos taken — and they are gorgeous. I mean, seriously. The photographer captured the relationship between you and your dog beautifully. Your hair is perfect, your make up is good, you managed to smile in that way makes you actually look happy (instead of artificially pretending to be happy just for the camera)… And then you go to place the pictures on your website.
And off goes your head. Literally.
You fiddle around trying to get the photo to look right, and it seems you can’t manage to get both your face and your dog’s face in the photo! You wind up having to choose between two bad options: cut off half of your dog or cut out your head.
So, what went wrong?
It’s a simple fact. A dog training business isn’t a business unless you have clients. But once you’ve exhausted your personal network, how do you find clients?
Here are 10 marketing tactics to help you get your business in front of more dog owners.
Let’s cut right to the chase.
Sharing your prices publicly, on your website, can feel a bit… scary.
What if your competitor sees it? What if folks see the price and immediately think, “That’s too expensive” and never call?
These 2 dog trainers went from facing foreclosure to 6-figures in under four years. Here’s their story.
In a rather dramatic departure from the norm, instead of hosting the Fenzi Dog Sports Podcast (well, in addition to it) this week I was interviewed FOR a podcast — for Drinking from the Toilet with Hannah Branigan!