Don't count yourself out in business, leadership, or God's plan for your life. Be inspired when you hear the story of Nicole Crank. From her story, women and men learn how to break barriers, be disciplined in what you do, and trust God in all things.
What are biblical, spiritual and natural principles of finance? Hear author David Crank discusses his book 'Solving Your Money Problems.' You will hear what you are spending money on may only be for instant gratification. Listen to grow in the knowledge of money.
Hear how Chuck and Helen Todd, founders fo World Missions Alliances, work to get God's printed word in the hands of people around the world. Learn there is still power in the Gospel tract. Chuck and Helen want to help people utilize their gifts for the kingdom, provide a covering for missions, and create a revival in the church.
Focus on your message. Define it with these tools. Listen to how a message is something you can do everyday.
Think of a website as in building a retail store. How will you conect with your narrow target market? Hear stratey tatics for your website content. Find out what topics you should cover.
Eyeflow is important to your website's design. Listen to these marketing tips on what is cricital to the eyesite on a landing page and website. What are your viewer's seeing when they scroll?
Have you asked yourself if there is more to life? What is limiting you to receive all God has for you? Listen as Brian Houston, international bestselling author and the Global Senior Pastor of Hillsong Church, says that when the world says you can't, God says you can. Hear about his book, There Is More.
When you go to an organization's website page, is the donate or buy here button prominent? This correlates with someone asking you before they know you, "Give me money." Listen to this marketing insiders tip on price point. Learn to lead with the felt need.
When people sign on to your website, is there a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page? Listen to this marketing insight on how to build content for FAQs. Think about the questions your viewers are asking. Hear what you can do to build trust with your followers and customers on an FAQ page.
God has brought opportunities to Erin Weidemann throughout her life. Listen as Erin shares her story of being an overcomer and how looking for a present for her niece led to the writing the Bible Belles series. This series teaches character through stories of Deborah, Hannah, Ester, Abigail, and Ruth. Partnering with World Vision, Erin is working to equip the next generation of girls with boldness and tells how you can help. When you hear this interview you will be encouraged to follow God's call on your life.
Short copy is for shoppers, long copy is for buyers. If you intend to sell anything you will need to include more copy. Listen to these writing tips on conversion copy to help your customers convert to buy on a landing page, product page, and more. Utilize these writing tips for your organization or ministry.
What content do you put on a landing page? You have about 10 seconds to catch a person's attention. Listen to what people should view and read on your page. Learn to use reason why copy by solving a problem or giving the viewer a reason to stay. Speak in benefits through your copy today.
Where do people find content about your product? A landing page. Listen how a landing page is key to link your niche target market to your specific product.
Internet presence is more than content. Listen to how to develop effective content sites. In the end, you will build trust and help win the buy. Deliver answers today on your website.
Write a message to differenciate yourself from the noise. Listen how to make this distinct difference. Use your copy to teach potiential customers what you will do to meet their need. Talk in copy.
What is your spiritual knowledge of financial planning? Bob Barber, the founder of CIS Wealth Management Group, helps Christians to view finances and investments from a biblical perspective. Listen to find out your responsibilities and to start investing in companies with biblical principles.
Help others seek pain relief with your marketing.It's best to relieve a felt pain than mee a felt need. Listen to this marketing tip on finding out if your product or service resolves a pain.
Press deeper in understanding what the felt need is of your audience when you listen to part 2 of this series. Hear how it affects your business more than you realize and its message.
Challenge yourself to find out if your content is meeting the felt need of your audience. Hear how to first call out your target market in the copy. Then learn to practice writing felt need by sending a Tweet a day.
How many people are going to buy your product? What is it going to take to cover your cost? Listen to this business lesson to determine the demand for your product. Learn it takes a lot of frequency to build your products awareness.
When you market to all people you are marketing to no one. In this marketing lesson, hear how to be exclusive in who you target. When you tighten who the audience is you will receive a stronger response.
Why would people need to connect with you? You have provided a solution meeting their felt need. Hear how you determine what the felt need is of your audience and the essence of understanding marketing.
Who will engage with your content? Listen to find out how you can use descriptors of your audience as predictors of who they are and what they want. It brings you to a target audience who will engage with your product or organization instead of a broad mass audience.
What segment of people demands your product? Before you begin selling a product or service you have to know the demand. Learn the benefits of demand through target marketing. Listen to part one of this series to start with the audience who is following you and define the benefit segmentation.
Catch the leading and lagging indicators of your team. Hear what you need to pay attention to, the qualitative workflow, what is being said verbally and non-verbally, number of projects assigned, and how to measure it.