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Do you know what I hate hearing? And I mean really hate hearing.

 

Entrepreneurs who say that they hate selling.

 

What do you mean you hate selling! Selling is what fuels your business. Selling is what puts food on your table.

 

Saying something so stupid as an entrepreneur is irritating.

 

You are probably thinking that I have a background as a professional salesman. Why else would I be so passionate about selling?

 

No, I am not a professional salesman. Although I am a sales affiliate for Dream Big Youth Travel, which is another source of my income.

 

I am just a strong advocate for entrepreneurs knowing how to sell. And not just knowing how to sell, but knowing how to effectively sell. Read More How to Become Effective at Selling!

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When I first began blogging, I did it in order to get my experiences, thoughts and opinions of entrepreneurship out of my head and into the world. I wanted people to read about my views on entrepreneurship and small business, with the intention to create engaging conversation around what I had written. What I didn’t understand when I started blogging was the concept of content, and how businesses would truly need content in order to prosper in the changing world of business/ consumer interaction.

Nowadays, a business with no content is a business that will find it very hard to gain attention in today’s competitive  marketplace. The marketplace is constantly moving, which means a producer must be able to stay ahead of the demands of the consumer. Therefore, engaging content plays a vital role in keeping a business present in the mind of the consumer. But does just any piece of information qualify as valuable content?

No it does not!

Knowing how to create great content that produces value for your business, is a huge advantage when it comes to marketing your business. What you must know though, is that more goes into the process of content creation, than just the action of  putting words together.

Content is not powerful if it does not reach its intended audience and create a feeling of inclusion and familiarity. These feelings being produced means that a connection between the reader and your content has been established.

But there is nothing worse than thinking that you have put together  great content that only gets looked over. It can be deflating, making you question if producing content is actually worth the time and effort. Read More How to Use Content to Grow Your Business!

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