It's a new format for the discussion segment of this month's Virtual Mastermind meeting. So instead of me yakking about some topic, we get to plumb the depths of our members' genius and experience. 👍
Here's how it works:
Each member gets 90 seconds to show, explain, introduce or share a tip or resource. This is more than simply mentioning a favorite tool, app or website. We expect a visual demonstration so you can actually show us what you're talking about. How cool is that? 😎
Couple of guidelines:
First, there must be a live demo or visual to go with the suggested resource. We'll use Zoom's screenshare for this. Second, be sure to post the link to the resource in the chat in the Zoom meeting so we all get it.
How it looks:
Just like our round-robin style of suggestions and laser coaching, each person gets a turn. The turns last 90 seconds, which is plenty of time to share, but not so long that prep becomes a chore. 😓
Let's say you want to share the Advanced Marketing Institute's headline analyzer. When it's your turn, you post the link in the chat (https://www.aminstitute.com/). Then share your screen to the open window in your browser and demo the tool for the group.
Instead of mentioning the tool, you show us a headline with the rating. Then, show us what happens when you change a word. Does the rating increase? As you see in the images above, I tried the "Each One Teach One" headline first. The 50% rating is very good, but I wondered if I could improve it, so I added the word "Introducing" to boost the rating to 60%. Boom! So when you share, show us how it works.
Maybe you want to share the tool that makes your Canva images into animated gifs. To prepare, make sure you have your finished image ready to download first. Then, show us the different gif options we could download.
Now, if you're a regular Canva user, you already know the reason for this advance preparation. Not all Canva images can be animated, so you'll want to make sure your image can be before you begin your demo. Otherwise we won't get to see the cool thing, and you'll have a little egg on your face. (Don't worry, I've had whole quiches on my face before!) 🤦
Doesn't this sound fun and interesting?!? This next Virtual Mastermind should be super valuable! I am looking forward to seeing what our Premium members bring to share.
Remember, registration is optional. The access link is on the Mastermind Meetings page. If you like and/or want an email reminder, go ahead and save your place below.
Not a Premium member but want to attend this meeting? You can upgrade to Premium at any time. Let me know if you have questions. 🤔
To your prosperity & profitability,
Ronnie Noize Your Virtual Marketing Coach
Here's the deal: My husband and I decided to shake things up by moving to a new town. We've sold our house and are packing our bags. The DIY Vancouver office closes at the end of this week. And we hit the road at the end of March.
Here's how this move affects YOU:
The good news is that you won't notice much of a change. Since January, the DIY has been 100% virtual, which has been going great. So no changes there.
The phone number (360-882-1298) will be the same.
The only real change is my mailing address. I will let you know as soon as I can. Until the first week in March, the Vancouver PO Box is my default mailing address.
To recap: I'm moving. The DIY stays pretty much the same except for a new mailing address.
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"I just finished my marketing plan. I can't believe how easy it was after your class...I can't believe I actually have a marketing plan put together. Good gracious, I'd read quite a few marketing books and took notes, but then all I had was a computer file with a lot of notes. Now, after your one-hour class--and the Friday deadline--I actually wrote it down and even went through some of those notes while I did it. Wow. I can't believe I did it! Thanks so much, Ronnie. You're terrific!" ~Julie McDonald Zander, Chapters of Life Memory Books, www.chaptersoflife.com
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Marketing: The art and science of attracting, acquiring, and retaining clients profitably.
The purpose of marketing is revenue.
The process of marketing is relationships.
The practice of marketing focuses on market, message, and media.
The path of marketing is know, like, trust, try, buy, refer.
SoHo Business: A small office or home office-based business.
Micro Business:Usually a sole proprietor, freelancer, consultant or independent professional. Can be full- or part-time, working from home office, outside office, creative, loft, mobile, retail or manufacturing space.
Small Business:Less that 100 employees and/or $2 million in revenue per year.
Medium Business:More employees, and more revenue.
Big Business:I think we all know the answer to this one.
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