When you first launched your website, there was probably no question that it met the needs of your business. However over time, you may very well be discovering that it does not seem to be working as effectively and is now hindering your marketing objectives.
Last Thursday, I was given the opportunity to speak about my journey with Marketing Makeovers at the Prince’s Trust and Young Directors event at Yamazaki Mazak. The event provided the opportunity for entrepreneurs and well-respected Directors of local businesses to come together for networking and canapes, a tour of Mazak’s Worcester complex; followed by an informative presentation and discussion about the work the Prince’s Trust are doing to support young people within the local community.
I’ll be the first to admit, that my first couple of experiences with public speaking were undoubtedly petrifying. When you are someone who has previously lacked in confidence and usually finds it difficult to speak to more than a couple of people at any given time, having to stand at the front of a room full of people and share your story with others is nerve-wracking.
It’s official! The Easter holidays are now over… The kids are back at school and I have spent my first child-free day in over a fortnight, not only attending a training course but also playing catch-up and making my way through a mountain of emails.
I am incredibly proud of my Unique Selling Point (USP) and am always more than happy to talk with friends, clients and other business owners about how my USP has been the foundation to the success of my business. When I launched in
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