The G Word — Marketing

Email marketing, do I need it?

Email marketing, do I need it?
Ever wanted to email market for your teacher seller business? Then you need to get started!

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What can I talk about on social media?

What can I talk about on social media?

A great question today: Hi Charlee, I want to follow your advice to put myself out there and post on social media a lot, particularly stories. The problem I have is I don't know what to say. If I just talk about my products I feel like I'm just saying my description again. What should I talk about? Thanks I think this is a problem we all struggle with, you don't want to be too pushy and just sound like a sales person but you need to talk about your products. Here are my tips: 1 - Your products rock!...

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You don't know what you don't know!

You don't know what you don't know!

I am very good at self motivated learning. If I want to know how to do something in my business, I get on YouTube, I listen to podcasts and I read the blog posts.  There is so much information available you can find the answers to nearly any question you have. Which leads to the problem. What are the questions?  We don't know what we don't know! Recently I started down a new avenue of learning and it made me think 'why haven't I learnt about this before?' the answer is because I didn't know, that I didn't know about...

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I don't know what to write on my blog!

I don't know what to write on my blog!

  Writing a blog for your teaching resources store can be very helpful. It will drive traffic, build your audience and boost your search engine ranking. All this is great, except if you do not know what to write about. I have discussed blogging before on this blog and I tell people to write about their products. That sounds great but not that easy, how can I write about my products with out being a sales pitch? Well the answer is that you give away your secrets! You need to tell people how to make your products, go into detail about how...

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Tips Round Up #1 - Top 20 Teacher/Author Tips

Tips Round Up #1 - Top 20 Teacher/Author Tips

  I recently attended a teacher/ author workshop. During this workshop there was a portion of the day which was called author speed dating, where people had 5 minutes with each other to share their ideas and tips on being a teacher author. It was a fun event and I found that 5 minutes went so quickly. By the end of the session I had gotten pretty good at boiling my best tips down to 5 minutes. This blog post is a bit random, but I think sometimes I overlook the things which I just assume other teacher/ authors already...

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