First, I want to invite you to a LIVE class I’m teaching online about creating a content calendar for your business that actually leads people to a purchase.
There’s such POWER in knowing you have a plan for your content. It reduces stress and overwhelm and you get to control of how much you sell and when. And your calendar doesn’t have to be complicated or hard to execute, trust me! If it’s not simple, you probably won’t use it. I know I won’t.
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Back to today’s podcast…
I recently received this question from one of our members:
“Jane, we do pretty well with sales when we launch a new product for about 2 weeks or so and then things die off. I feel like my team and I are always hustling to release NEW NEW New!! It’s exhausting and I feel like a hamster on a wheel?”
Launching new products all the time is so exhausting for product-based entrepreneurs. I’d actually call it bone crushing. And product launch after product launch will burn out your audience as well.
So how do you get sales BETWEEN new product launches? What do you do to drive traffic and sales when you don’t have anything new to promote?”
Today’s episode lays it out for you. Have a listen…
You can also listen on iTunes and Stitcher Radio
Mentioned in this episode:
- Free Class: How to Create Content Calendar that Leads to Actual Sales
- Monthly business coaching with Jane, Imperfect Action
- Podcast episode with Adeline Olmer from French Secrets
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Episode was great — good examples!
Question: Can I host my blog on my Shopify site or should it be separate to make it work for me the best?
This is a good question and my answer has changed in the past two years. You definitely use the blog that’s part of your Shopify store.
I hope that helps.
This was a helpful perspective. I find i’m not that creative in finding ways to reuse old blog post in email newsletters. I’d be interested in knowing how to better systematize that approach. Perhaps that will be covered in the ‘Content Calander’ class you are doing?