What's your 'blog title'...?
No, I don't want to get all weird on it. BUT I do find that in our industry, blogs are used just to shove product release PR rubbish and prove to not be helpful. Hence why I wanted to steer away from the word 'blog' and highlight the fact that our content is practical/valuable in not only making purchasing decisions but in actually using the products.
I know these are two separate things and provide different information. While I understand the big picture of data I've never gotten in the weeds of analytics. Is it better to start with Hubspot data since I understand it's simpler than GA or should I suck it up and get going with GA?I want to track very basic stats to get started and I'm not sure where to start.(No I haven't taken any specific course here on the platform so feel free to point me towards what you think would be a starting point).Thanks.
For solo coaches that see the potential of this coaching model as an opportunity to scale past solopreneur, who should you consider hiring first? And why? Any thoughts Cristal Drummond Chris Marr Mark Reynolds
My first choice is Roles, then Other (areas of Interest? For example, one of my passions is recruiting/staffing and I'm interested in figuring out how to spread the TAYA/digital marketing message to HR), then Regions.
Kumar Singh sorry but I don't see a connection between what you're saying and what I shared.
That's interesting about the interpretation of titling. If you follow best practices/style guides they direct you to capitalize most words in titles. This means the first word, then any nouns, proper nouns, Adjectives, Adverbs, and Verbs. But by "style guides" I guess I'm referring to guides that tell you what to do according to American English and American publishing. I buy an updated style guide every couple of years and have at least two different types. You raise an interesting point though because someone from another culture may read your blog and judge you as "wrong" when it's a style you consciously choose.
I feel this one! I have a rule that I always remove something from the service if I am discounting.I don't know if that is possible for you but maybe that is something to work on in terms of the offer?People get that they are paying less and getting less even if I know that their ultimate service will be comparable to those on full price.
Here are a few different titles I've seen/used before (in relative priority order):
- Learning Center
- Resource Center
- Learning Hub
- Customer Resources
- Learning Materials
Brian Casey Mary Brown Joe Bachir Chris Marr any other recommendations you'd make or that you've seen?