The Marketing Mindset podcast is for entrepreneurs, business owners, and those dreaming of starting their own company.
We believe that in order to grow a successful business you need two things: the right marketing strategies and the right growth mindset.
This podcast delivers actionable strategies and advice from creating a success mindset to creating a marketing plan for your business using social media, email campaigns, blogging, SEO, and more.
You are able to walk away from each episode motivated to grow your business and actually have actionable steps that you can utilize right away.
159. How Often Do You Need To Update Your Website?
We were shocked from our poll results on Instagram at how many people answered that they have not updated their websites in over 5 years!
Here are the benefits of updating your website every couple of years:
1. It's a chance to update your stats, testimonials, and language to better speak to your ideal clients.
2. As we grow in business, our product and services may evolve with us. Make sure that the information and pricing on your website is up to date!
3. As your business evolves, most likely your branding will too. Make sure that your website matches all of your current marketing materials so that you don't confuse your customers!
158. How to Come Back From Challenges in Your Business
Every so often, we will experience growth and challenges in our life and business. It is inevitable.
When you are going through growth and challenges n your business…don’t focus on all of the negatives. Focus on the positives, and the opportunities that could come from certain situations. Change your mind, and then you can change your life.
In this episode, I want to inspire you to take messy action when things seems to be going wrong. I share a story when my husband and I both lost our jobs at the same time…but it ended up being a blessing in disguise because it was the catalyst that truly helped me grow my business.
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157. Should You List Your Prices On Your Website?
I was recently doing a training for a coaching group for entrepreneurs when someone asked me..."Should we list our prices on our websites?" I have a strong opinion on this one. Take a listen and find out how to make sure every single sales call that you have is a QUALIFIED one.
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156. Fighting Through Growing Pains & Not Quitting On Your Business
Have you ever felt like you just wanted to give up on your business? That no amount of money is worth the stress that you are going though? That you don't want to be the person responsible for fixing all of the problems?
You might be going through some growing pains in business. As hard as it may seem...to get to the next level, you will have to fight through these issues. But when tough situations come out of the blue...a huge blessing is right around the corner.
155. Every Action in Your Business is an Investment Into the Future
Some of the actions that people have toward their businesses are like they are playing the lottery. They try different things to see what will stick, without putting in true effort. But if you don't put in the work...nothing will stick!
Every small action into your business is like a deposit into an investment account. And overtime, it will accumulate compound interest. If you keep depositing meaningful actions into your business everyday...it could pay dividends beyond your wildest imagination!
154. Sowing Seeds Into Your Business
When people first get into entrepreneurship, they have these big goals and dreams. While it is so important to have something to strive for...often times people start focusing too much on the OUTCOME that could potentially happen, that they don't pay attention to the INPUT they need to focus on to reach their goals or dreams.
In today's episode, Mariya Bentz chats about how we need to plant and water certain seeds in the beginning of our business. Seeds are the actions that you take. In many of the examples, these small actions don't require much effort. But they will go a long way. You reap what you sow.