Get Clear

Get Clear Intro

This is a quick, seven-ish minute intro into my Get Clear process, including how you can use it to troubleshoot problems in your marketing and branding strategies, particularly, where blocks might be stopping you, or where you might be in danger of taking actions that don’t align with you.  

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If My Brand Were A …

  Ever do a Mood Board for your brand? This is fun, easy way to get some clarity on your brand identity, i.e. what you’re taking a stand for in the world. Check out this quick example I did for my biz coaching brand for my 6 month program.  

Features and Benefits

Features v. Benefits

The distinction between Features and Benefits gives you the key to converting more sales. Features describe what your service or product actually is.   They describe the buttons, widgets, locations and other details that give people an idea of what to expect from working with you or buying your product. Benefits, on the other hand, tell people why they should care. …

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What Sets You Apart is Your Genius

What is your Unique Selling Proposition?  What are your Gifts? USP stands for Unique Selling Proposition, and it’s basically defined as whatever you do that is different—and probably better—than what everyone else in your field is doing. These are things you do easily and with delight.  They’re also things that you’re very good at.  They are your gifts.  And the …

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Design – The Most Important 2 Seconds of Your Brand

Why Design Matters Most visitors don’t look at ads or images on your website or business cards, but design matters because it sends an immediate message of what you’re all about.  Visitors will still notice how your design makes them feel. 2 Seconds You have two seconds to capture someone’s attention online.  If your site looks unattractive, amateurish, or is …

Social Media Permission Slip

Here’s the deal: social media isn’t a magic pill any more than anything else is.  In fact, I’ve found that it’s one of the biggest way that people practice avoidance. And it’s not entirely their fault.  Social media is sold to us as The Next Big Thing. Scare tactics Social media marketing has more fear-based marketing around it than SEO …