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Episode 66: Showcasing Your Creative Business and Pitching to Brands and Clients with Leslie Albertson from Mixbook

Sharing is caring! emailFacebookLinkedinPinterestTwitter Listen to the episode in the player, download the episode here, or subscribe on Google Play Music, iTunes, Stitcher, or TuneIn.  Leslie Albertson is the director of marketing at Mixbook. I had the chance to get to know Mixbook in person at the 2016 Snap! conference and was later introduced to Leslie. We scheduled a Skype …

Episode 51: Should I Be Using LinkedIn for My Yarn-Related Business?

Sharing is caring! emailFacebookLinkedinPinterestTwitter In this episode, I answer a listener question from Caroline Ruzicka from Cherie in Wonderland about using LinkedIn for a yarn-related business. Listen to the episode in the player, download the episode here, or subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, or TuneIn. Caroline asks, What about LinkedIn? I didn’t see anything on your …

Episode 43: 10 Tips for Attending (and Getting the Most Out of) Your First Blogging or Social Media Conference

Sharing is caring! emailFacebookLinkedinPinterestTwitter This Week’s Episode I’m sharing 10 tips (plus a few bonus ones, too!) for attending and getting the most out of your first blogging or social media conference. As regular listeners know, this year I spoke at the #WeAllGrow Summit by Latina Bloggers Connect and #BlogHer15: Experts Among Us. These were …

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Episode 11: Thank You Card Challenge

In this episode I announce a challenge, and invite you to join me!
This challenge is all about gratitude and reflection. Many yarn industry indies are solopreneurs. Running a small business by yourself can be an isolating experience, and oftentimes, you can feel like you are doing it alone. Creating a list of at least 20 people (or companies) to thank for supporting your business allows you to express gratitude while also developing ties with your network and reminding you of the resources you have available.
I want to acknowledge at least 20 individuals or businesses who have supported my business in 2014 by the end of the year. Will you join me?
The Thank You Card Challenge
1) Choose 20 individuals or companies to thank
2) Collect (snail) mailing addresses
3) Find/create cards
4) Write personalized notes
5) Mail the cards
I also added a bonus step: Consider including a freebie! You can find the complete episode shownotes with more details at http://creativeyarnentrepreneur.com/11.
Will you be joining in on the thank you card challenge? What other ways do you share your gratitude with those who support your business? Leave a comment at http://creativeyarnentrepreneur.com/11, Tweet me at @cyeshow, or leave a message at 646-713-8973.
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