In this episode of the Success Funnel podcast, we're looking at how to build a modern, professional, business website when you don't have a lot of money or know how to write code. Websites are something almost every business needs, and many business owners struggle with. Do you hire someone? Do you try a DIY? Once you add in the cost for design, hosting, and maintenance, a website can feel like a major investment, but it doesn’t have to be.
Step away from your elevator pitch and leave your business card at home. Most people think the value of networking is getting in front of a group and giving an elevator pitch, but they're wrong. The real value of networking is developing strong relationships that lead to sharing ideas, collaboration, and introductions. In this episode of the Success Funnel podcast, Lisa and Pat discuss the value of networking with The Business Guild's bi-monthly PowerUp Relationship Building events.
Is it just us, or is anyone else shocked that this is the last week of July? As we get closer to another Flackery deadline, we thought it would be a great time to talk about the magazine and why it's such an incredible member benefit. In this episode of the Success Funnel Podcast, we're taking a look at the many features and benefits of The Business Guild's flagship product, Flackery magazine.
In the last episode, we took a tour of the guild’s new website, this week I'm going to take a closer look at some the business planning tools on our business strategy and planning page. I'm going to warn you up front. I'm a planner geek and I’m a big fan of Alex Osterwalder’s business model canvas concept. If you’re not familiar with Alex Osterwalder, he’s a business analyst who developed a business planner that provides a 1-page snapshot of all the things you need to rapidly review and analyze a business idea.
Okay, we admit it. Our old website was a beast. As much as people loved the resources, information overload made finding all that fantastic content a challenge. Now that the rebrand is in full swing we thought it would be a great time to take a tour of the new website. We still have all those great tools and resources, but we've filed them in a way that makes everything easy to find.
Do you suffer from content overwhelm? We get it. Planning website and social media content always sounds easy, until it's time to do it. What should you write about? What type of content? How often should you post?