Keith Keller an Australian and owner of Global Social Media Coaching interviewed me for his podcast, The Global Spotlight recently. We discussed how I got started with my business, advice I have for other coaches, currents treands and many other interesting tidbits.

And what’s really fun is how we met. I saw a Tweet from Nicholla Henderson that mentioned my friend Andrea Martins, and I was curious. So I looked Nicholla up and loved what she was doing and got in touch. Nicholla is orginally English and is based in Abu Dhabi. She interviewed me about how to create your Marketing Message for her podcast, The Learning Curve, and then she introduced me to Keith. A global world made very small with just a few connections.

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What’s your take on global business? Share your thoughts and questions in the comments section below.

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You know webinars are an amazing way to reach a lot more people.

But are you stuck about how to get started and what on earth to do on a webinar?

Watch this short video to get the skinny on how you can use webinars to grow your business.

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The webinar service I mentioned in the video is BigMarker. For more options, download your free copy of: How to Create and Promote Winning Webinars.

And for even more information about how you can use webinars for your business read my post: How to Use Webinars to Grow Your Business.

How will you use webinars in your business? Share your ideas and questions in the comments section below.

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5 Ways to Avoid Alienating Your Website Visitors

February 6, 2015

As a service-based business owner you have to work a little harder to communicate what you’re all about. How do you sell the invisible? And how do you sell the invisible on a website? If someone has never met you in person and she visits your website, what will her impression of you and your […]

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Marketing Tips for Small Business Owners from Bas Welling on How to Stand Out and Be Visible

January 23, 2015

Bas Welling of Wefilm shares his top marketing tips for small business owners.   Don’t miss any new marketing videos, simply click on the red ‘YouTube’ button below:   Curiuos about the kind of work Bas and his brother create, check out this video. What’s your biggest take away? What will you do differently in […]

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Small Business Owners: This App Will Revolutionize Your Writing

January 16, 2015

As a business owner you know that writing is part of the gig. There’s your website copy, emails, blog posts, event descriptions and more. You may love writing, you may feel indifferent about it, or it could be that you rather loathe writing. No matter what your take on writing is, I’m going to share […]

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Two Ways Your Website Might Be Letting You Down

December 19, 2014

Your website is your home. It’s the place where you connect with people and where you sell your products and services. You wouldn’t want people to drop by and find your house a mess. Or worse, if you invited them to visit and they got lost because you unknowingly gave them the wrong directions. That’s […]

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How to Build an Engaged Community, Marieke Hart’s Practical Marketing Tips

December 9, 2014

    Marieke Hart is the co-founder of Thuisafgehaald, a Dutch platform that lets people share their meals with their neighbors. The English language version of their platform is Shareyourmeal. What a wonderful concept that connects people and helps people express their passion for cooking. The sharing economy has emerged and is growing. I love […]

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You Probably Have No Idea You’re Making This Promotion Blunder

December 5, 2014

    On a daily basis I see a lot of business owners making one big mistake when they announce and promote their latest creation. It happens frequently on Facebook and other social media platforms as well. It also happens in ezines, blogs, videos, website copy, sales pages, and during speaking engagements. Basically, it can […]

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Delight Your Clients and Be Memorable With One Change

November 7, 2014

    What if you went to a beautiful place to have a drink and you never had to bother trying to catch the waiter’s eye to flag him down so you can order something or to request the bill. Wouldn’t that be convenient and enjoyable? It happened to me recently in Spain. I had […]

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