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The Power of Content Engagement
In this episode Beck Power and I discuss the importance of content engagement.
By listening to this episode you will learn how to effective engage with the audience on your content.
Alright, I’m here today with Beck power. And she is a two time
podcast guest, which is very exciting. And we are talking about content today. Because back first of all, I am hooked on your posts, you always have a sense of humor, and you’re very consistent. And I also noticed that you have a very cool tool for online professionals who want to be consistent with their content, which I think is one of the biggest struggles and problems I see with my clients is they’ll say, things like, Oh, my gosh, I don’t know what to post today, I don’t have any ideas, or I just got kind of off track and lost momentum.
How to Make Content that is Engaging
And so what we’re going to be talking about today is number one, how do you make content that’s engaging and gets people interested, but number two, at the end of the day, you have to just start and be consistent with it. So how do you get the ideas and do that first, and then optimize it and make it amazing.
So I’m Welcome to the show. It’s so great to be here. Thank you for having me, Hey, everybody, this is gonna be really fun, probably a bit fast paced, because I’m going to show you I’m actually going to show you the tool that I created that Hayley was just talking about. And hopefully we don’t spend too long on that you can take 10 or 15 minutes to get 2000 content ideas, which is pretty awesome. But we’re not going to do that all on the call right now, mainly because this is partially an audio show. So there’ll be really boring, but I will explain how it works. And I’ll show it briefly. And then yeah, just really always happy to talk about content creation, because that’s what I love.
Yeah. Cool. Sounds good. So, um, go ahead, I know, let you show the tool first. And I’m going to put in the comments here in the Oops, that’s not the right link, I’m gonna put a link to the tool, as well. And it will be in the show notes as well at haileyrowe.com/beckpower.
But let me when the show actually comes out.
Being Consistent with Fresh Content
let you share your screen. There we go. Okay, so
let’s see, I’m gonna run over it real quick. It will take me about five minutes. And feel free to jump in Hailey if you’ve got questions or thoughts. Um, so essentially, this is a tool that I made called the content download. This is an example, a real estate example that I did when you read create 100 content ideas in 10 minutes.
And I think a lot of the problem that we have nowadays is we just think we can we keep saying the same thing over and over again. And we’re not we don’t, we’re not good at saying it in different ways, or breaking it down for people to understand different things.
There’s so many pieces of content that you could create in your business that, but you keep on saying the same four things over and over again, and people are like, right, so this tool was was made so that we all we can just stop the awkwardness and create actual content that people want to hear about. And so I’m going to go to the blank one here. And I’ll just show you how it works really quick.
So in part one, we’ve got the content, download your product name, or business name, or it might be a service name or anything, just the main thing that we’re brainstorming here, because that’s all there is this is just a brainstorm.
From Topics to Subtopics
There’s no wrong answers or anything like that, what we’re going to do is come up with 100 ideas in 10 minutes, or it takes about 10 minutes. Usually, I come in just under the buzzer. And then here you can see there’s two sides of the, if you’re listening to this just it’s just basically some columns. So we’ve got two main topics. And then underneath each main topic are five subtopics. So super straightforward. And then underneath all the sub topics is just going to be 10 ideas. Now, let’s just do actually, Hailey if you cannot do with me, that’d be super cool. So let’s, let’s think about um, let’s actually just do a my sub topic. So let’s say the health coaches, what is the what’s a topic that’s like fairly common to talk about
getting clear on your niche?
How to do organic marketing, do you need like something super specific?
Organic Marketing Outreach
Well, let’s go let’s go. Organic marketing here. And this isn’t one one of the main topics now you could do this exercise 100 times and you’d get different stuff. So it’s, you know, what, right now we’re going to use organic I just pulled up next. That’s what I meant. Um, and now as a sub topic of organic marketing, let’s come up with five of them actually. So organic marketing, let’s go with Facebook Lives. Let’s go with would you say finding a niche so messaging.
content Creation. Perfect. Now Now I’m having fun too. This is great.
And let’s go with two more What else you got
about Instagram? Instagram in general.
And LinkedIn. Perfect.
Oops, I keep spelling things wrong. Okay. So we’re not going to go and do all 50 of these right now. But let’s do one. Okay, so we can you can just see how it works. We’ve got Facebook Lives. Let’s go. What are we? What’s the rent the random stuff that you associate with doing Facebook Lives like, length? Or length? Facebook Lives. What else we got? lighting? lighting? Yeah.
The copy or the Booker? You know, call to action.
Call to Action. A hook is really good.
Let’s say usually you’ve got a minute to do each of these. These columns. So let’s get going though. Because we’ve got to do
What do you mean? Like at times you or
Oh, well, I I timed myself and my groups. I timed myself because the whole thing was like, you know, the content download is 100 ideas in 10 minutes. Yeah, like, so that’s why I’m kind of limited right
now. Like, come on. Okay, sorry. I’ll speed up. Speed up over here.
You’re fine, you’re fine. We’re just thinking about things that you associate with Facebook Lives in general. So it might be page versus group versus profile?
video confidence, nice.
And let’s do 34567. Let’s do three more. Facebook challenge.
Okay, cool. Love it.
promoting it. Yeah.
Promoting the live, that’s a good one. Um,
time of day,
Well, I was really useful for you as well. So that’s 10 of these things. Now, you would do the same thing across all these columns, right. And then you would have 100 different content ideas, which in itself is pretty fantastic. But what I’ve done is create and this isn’t going to show up quite as well on here. Maybe I’ll show on the real estate one. When we’ve got all these full, or mostly full, and it’s fine if you don’t fill them up completely. But here, if we click over to part two, what it’s done is populate each of those cells to move over to this.
And if you’re listening to this, I’ve got all these different columns with different content frameworks, for example, three lessons learned from topic, why how I use topic in my business, what people do wrong when it comes to topic. There’s 20 of these along the along the top, and then down the columns is all of the stuff that we’ve just typed. Now it’s what it’s done is is exploded into 2000 content ideas, and ideally in something like 10 minutes. So
cool, right? Very cool. I love it. Yeah. So it really gets you thinking in a structured way. And then number two is you can take the spin on what you’re going to add to the actual piece meat of the content. So the mistakes of that or, or learned about blank or what people do wrong when
sweet. Okay, it’s actually comes out to five and a half years of content if you were going to me out daily. But yeah, it’s it’s such a good tool to just get the ideas flowing so that you never feel worried. And what I do is jump in every month and just, you know, pick 30 or there’s usually a ton of other content. But if I’m looking for things, I can go Okay, any 10 ideas for little social posts, boom, I find them really quickly and it’s done. It’s just a great exercise to get out of the funk, of not being able to think of new ideas,
for sure. And I think one thing that’s really important for anybody listening before you go into this exercise, ask yourself, what are the pillars of my brand or what I teach me? If you can go into each pillar you could pick and come up with tons of ideas about each and then you have this really nice balanced content strategy rather than if you go into the exercise without knowing Okay, I post either about nutrition, sleep and exercise Anything outside of that probably isn’t gonna make a ton of sense for me to be posting about it.
So if you go in with that, and then you could get more specific with each of those pillars, this is such a great thing to finally be somebody who online is kind of clear and what you actually stand for and, and has a solid content. Back what would you say some of the things when it comes to getting engagement are working right now when it comes to social media content?
Yeah, great question. So you mentioned earlier that you’ve been seeing some of my content, a lot of it has become humorous industry humor is definitely gets me the most responses doesn’t get me the most sales. No, but I’ll tell you why. Because I think a lot of times we do in social media, what we do with email marketing, which is like forget that you do it, you’re doing anything.
And then we have something to sell, you send out like a promo, or you do a post. So people get tired of hearing the same stuff over and over again, they’re only going to open your emails, if they want to buy something because they know you’re always only offering sales stuff in emails, they’re only going to click on your content or engage with it if you know, like, they just expect that from your content.
And so if you’re constantly nurturing your audience with things like industry, humor, means or gifts or stories. Stories are really good, both in email and on social like storytelling, like, yeah, so there’s a few frameworks that I use, and I have them in my Academy that basically where you start out with a story, and then you kind of do like a moral of the story that would apply to the client and their problem, then give them the option to buy something at the end, or Hey, you know, here’s how you work with us kind of like a soft call to action.
Those type of ones work really, really well for me. Yeah, there’s a, there’s a lot of different frameworks that I have that are specifically built to get engagement. And there’s other ones that aren’t. Sometimes the story is just a story. And people will go, they might post Oh, that’s really nice story. But it doesn’t feel like it’s super businessy. But it builds trust and authority anyway.
Totally. Yeah. And I think one of the things that you just said that’s important to highlight is you’re doing these nurturing posts, not with the intent of selling every single post. But the truth is, and I think if you a lot of times coaches be like, Oh, that’s such a waste, because I’m just not selling anything. I’m not I’m building up this engagement, but it’s not really taking off yet. And why even bother? Because I’m putting out this stuff. And I’m telling my story, and I’m selling my soul, but nobody cares. And the truth is, you are planting seeds, whether you realize it or not like so even though I see Beck’s posts sometimes, and sometimes I don’t.
But but I see them and every single time I’m not like oh my god, I got a call back and go by the program. But when back and I connect up for a podcast interview or something like that, I’m like, Oh, hell yeah, like I love back, right? It is indirectly something that’s like a planting seeds, nurturing, keeping, keeping people engaged and knowing about you and relevance. So now when I think of, oh, somebody needs help with XYZ, that back does. Oh, yeah. Go talk to back, right.
Yeah, I get a lot of my business from, like, people tagging me in posts, from when you know, someone’s looking for content repurposing, or something like that social media creation, content creation, people will tag me and then I, you know, it’s it’s a referral, and it’s like a referral, but it came from social media, because those people have seen my content over and over and over again. Yeah, people will only think of you if you’re in their head, and you stay in their head by being relevant and consistent with your content.
Yeah, and one of the things I learned or have heard recently is that you want your content to be picking off or picking up where somebody your ideal clients conversation is leaving off in their head. What are they saying right now to themselves in their head? Consider what they are trying to process? What are they struggling with?
Consider Who Your Topic is Speaking To
You want your copy, not to speak to everybody, but to pick up right where that conversation is. And one of the things that I want to ask you, as well as when you say nurturing content, so things like memes or stories, which can have small call to actions still, right? It doesn’t have to be a go by my product, but it could be Hey, book a call or something soft? What’s the balance between posts like that and an actual promo post or what’s what is like a launch plan, I guess, with content look like for you?
Yeah. It’s interesting. I talk to people, a lot of people about this question, you know, people in different industries and whatnot of how they use their content in that way, because it doesn’t always have to be one. The other and I know that there’s times when you have a promotion, you’re really trying to push it and you’re putting stuff out all the time and that you’re being more aggressive. And that’s totally fine. But I think,
and I would say probably like,
at those times, something like one in three or one in four posts of that type. But generally speaking, your daily content can have those less aggressive calls to action and, and emails as well. It’s like, social media. And I think email is kind of a social media, right? Like we all we all we look at it is different, but it’s not really. I think that you can have those types of soft call to actions in every piece of content, because you’re delivering value, What you don’t want is someone or your clients to just think and identify you as the person who gives out free stuff all the time, right? Because then that’s just as horrifying when you go to sell something.
The Importance of Your Offerings
And they like what, and you’ve been engaging them for months, and it’s still they’re still going to be shocked when you offer them something. I think it’s really important to continuously offer things to your to your people. So they don’t just think of you as someone who’s offering free stuff all the time.
Yeah, so one of the purpose, there’s a couple different purposes to your content. One is establishing your authority or your expertise. So that’s where you’re going to be saying things like client wins, or, hey, I was interviewed on this, you know, big property, I got this big opportunity things that show look like I am creating results and, and I have something of value to offer. The other thing is the nurturing, like Beck said, So building relationships through your content. And what about would you add anything to that? As far as what are some of the purposes like what should we be keeping in mind when we’re posting?
The Levels and Layers
Yeah, definitely. Look, there’s there’s a lot of
kind of layers to this. And it can be easy to get overwhelmed with all of them. Right? The at the end of the day, the best thing to do is just make sure that you’re posting something valuable daily and giving people a chance to work with you. I mean, that’s the most basic thing that you could do. But like you said, there are different. There are different levels. And so and so authority, I would say is, is it depends on how you structure both already is one of them. And I use authority by repurposing my podcast interviews where I’ve been featured by repurposing client testimonials.
I mean, when was the last time that someone anyone listening to this posted a client testimonial on social media? Right? That’s Guess what? Like, that’s the type of stuff that gets people working with you actually, I call that bridging content, things like testimonials, case studies, media features, and that type of stuff that show it takes people I call it bridging because it like creates a bridge. Right? Yeah. Well, from people going, Oh, wow. That’s really great. You’re a health coach. Mm hmm. Cool. You know what I mean, it takes them out that to going,
Oh, this actually applies to me, like this person has this ailment, and now they don’t. So Holy crap, this is that’s, I need to talk to this person. And creating bridging content like that is, I think, super, super valuable.
And then another type. That I mean, I’ve heard it called leadership content, is the type of content where you’re setting yourself apart as a leader in your industry, by making a statement by creating resources by offering What do you call it, like coining phrases, right? Like I just said about bridging content? That’s mine. I made that whole term, right? Creating those types of posts, where it’s like, Hey, listen, I’ve made this new term. It’s called bridging content. Here’s what it means it gets your client over the bridge of thinking, Okay, great to Holy crap, I need this. And that’s a that’s a post that is super valuable. And it’s a type of It’s a type of content that I always talk about.
What Does Your Content Stand For?
Oh, totally. Yeah, I want my example of my leadership content, or whatever is my framework. So I say grow your business the fast way. And it stands for followers, action, sales, time and transformation. And I’m going to talk about how that applies to your online business and what what you should do to start in each of those areas. That’s kind of what my Zero to Hero coach program is all about taking people through that framework. So I think you gave too good and value posts. So giving tips and giving things away sometimes is cool, but obviously not all the time. You can’t just be inspirational, you also have to be showing that you’re transformational.
Right so the other thing I want to ask you about because I see so many and I I can see why people get overwhelmed with content planning and creation. I see so many coaches and I too have a content roadmap for my clients and it’s the different types of posts and how many times a week and whatnot. But at the end of the day, I agree with you that every business can be if you get yourself into a tizzy about that stuff, you need to just scale it back and
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All right, I think I lost. We still live. Um, I’m gonna hang out here for a little bit and see if Hailey is gonna come back in.
Otherwise I will.
Alright, I’m out.
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internet is being a little funky.
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by the gas.
we got back, we’re going to add her. And I believe we’re back. We did
that. That was weird.
The Importance of Time and Planning
Sorry about that. I know what’s going on. Um, so what I where I was going with what I was saying earlier, is I see all these business coaches saying, okay, you have to do it this way, where you have a three week, hype up period, and then you go into the pre launch early bird and then you go into, you know, fear of missing out and everybody’s gonna miss their spot and it’s called And then you go into close, and then you don’t launch again for another period of time.
And so the way I look at that, that that like gives me anxiety, like, that just stresses me out. I’m like, I’m, I’m open. I mean, like, I want to be open when I feel like being open, I don’t, I want to choose who I get to work with. I don’t want to have like open doors and unlike, make everybody freak out. So I do understand urgency. And I do use urgency in marketing, because it’s important. But I also think, at the same time planning a launch and then completely closing my doors for an entire quarter or half a year, or whatever. Like, it just, it just makes it complicated. It stresses me out. What are your thoughts on like, you have to do launching like that with your content.
And yeah, I, I never do stuff like that anymore. I’ve tried it in the past, but I felt inauthentic to me to just be like, desperation launching all the time. I think it’s so much better. And it’s better for everybody. I don’t want my clients to be like, Oh, God, I’ve got to get it. Like I don’t really want them to be doing that either. I think the people who I mean, it’s a bit worried, but the people who want to who end up working with me are the right people to work with me. And I would rather create really valuable content so that people could see at all times how valuable it is. And if they want to work with me that that my resources are always available.
Like sometimes I will do like I’m going to do a Black Friday sale, you know what I mean? But, but I don’t just want to be launching all the time, because that’s the only way I’m, that’s the only time I know people who launch twice a year, and they make like 50 grand each time. And then that’s it, like and I’m like, well, you’re still creating content, you’re still doing stuff the rest of the year, you’re preparing for those two big launches. I mean, I feel like I’d rather make 10 grand a month.
Beck Power Discusses Considering Your Purpose with the Pieces
And just like, you know, or, I mean, obviously we’re all growing our businesses, but like I would rather if in terms of those numbers, I would rather just make the 10 grand a month and enjoy my life. Yeah, so So I would say to create really valuable pieces of content with like a call to action of a crazy launches all the time.
And that’s the I know that those things work for the people who teach them. But they’re not for everybody. And I feel like a lot of times in online business, we are just out there looking for the right solution. And the one thing I know I spent about eight years looking for the one thing, I grew up religious, I just thought there was like a thing that I was looking for that was supposed to be the thing, a way to make a way to do business a way to have relationships one way to whatever.
So I was reading all these books trying to like, oh, but everyone’s saying different stuff. And it can be really overwhelming. Yeah. But I think with online business, and probably everything else, there are multiple ways to succeed. And so one person’s blueprint isn’t going to work for everybody.
What is Your Personality Type?
Yes, amen. I completely agree with that. And I think you have to take into account when it comes to your business and everything you do in your business, your personality type and how you work best and your strengths. For me working under pressure. No, I don’t like that. I don’t do well with that. I crumble under pressure. In addition, I like consistency. I like breaking things down. I like always being consistent like I don’t I so that’s why in my personality and my content and online, you don’t see me doing Oh, like it’s close forever and in the big things.
So I think we do need to take that into account and also the one magic bullet, the fact that you are looking for that in your business and in your life and you spent years trying to find it and then realize there is not one thing and it’s more about how are you going to respond to what’s happening around you and what you’re learning and find what works for you and optimize your strengths. I completely agree with that. So when it comes to that sales types of like sales types of posts, do you have a framework or structure or suggestions around? How does somebody just do a post like that?
Yes, great. So
a really interesting thing I think that’s interesting is, I don’t think that we should be trying to sell so much from social media, we should be doing the soft closes that actually I was listening to some stats from a business that I follow. And they had like, done a big launch whatever million dollars. And they they said that most like 90, at least 90% of the sales came from email and not from social. So I think that we should be using social to point everybody in a direction. Not to not like putting sales links in our social media because people very rarely are like clicking from the social media and making purchases.
Is There a Call to Action?
Either they’re clicking to book a call with us so that then they can can be nurtured to make a purchase or clicking join an email list. And then they can, or they’re joining the maybe if they’re inside a Facebook group or something where they’re seeing your content a lot. But I feel like the posts for me that do really well that I get business from are like two step posts, which is when you’ve created a resource, or you’ve got something and then you say, like, here’s a resource who wants it? And then people like, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes. And then you send them all the resource, and inside of that resource is an opportunity to work with you, you know what I mean?
Like, it’s, here’s the value. And by the way, if you want more of this, here’s an opportunity to work with me. It’s not just sending people straight there, people need a couple of steps, like everyone needs a couple of steps, you rarely just unless you’re looking for things, specifically, you walk into a shop, you buy the thing you leave, like, I think you need to kind of be romanced a little bit. Yeah.
Your Target Audience
And so people, even if they’ve been on your list for a while, actually, obviously, if they’ve been on your list or following you for a long time, they’re more likely to buy, but just anyone on social media, I feel like they need to be romanced a little bit more before you sell them something.
And that might be via email, it might be via like a to set post where you’ve got a resource that you send them, it might be at being part of an academy, or having more having more of an interaction than just clicking from Facebook, because they weren’t there on Facebook to buy something from you. That’s why they’re on Facebook, they’re there to look at pictures of cats or whatever.
You’re You’re very easily distracted on social media, I agree. The people on your email list are going to be much more loyal and focused on what what you’re trying to say. And I like the way you see social media as a precursor or a pre step before the sales process and take them to whatever the sales process is in a different way, whether it’s your email list or call or whatever. So anything else before we hop off today, I want to actually one thing I do want to ask you, in general, is you’ve been an entrepreneur for a long time. And I think that a lot of people get discouraged when there’s ups and downs in business.
Be Realistic with Expectations
I know your business, had to make some tweaks or pivots during COVID times and things like that. And so I just want to ask you, what would you say to somebody who gets discouraged or unmotivated? Or feels like I’m doing all these things, but it’s not yet taking off? Because I think one of the biggest reasons why people give up is they can’t delay gratification, or they don’t see the immediate results of the fruit of the they don’t see the immediate fruits of their labor. So what would you say to somebody struggling with that?
Yeah, definitely. Listen, I it’s funny, I have those times, we all have them. And I think when we when we let them get us down, it’s because we think that we’re the only ones or we’re comparing ourselves with somebody else. And I know it’s try and I’ve listened to a ton of podcasts and books and things where it’s like, oh, you know, you don’t compare yourself with other people.
Be Comfortable Even When Circumstances Aren’t
But it’s just so important to remember the path that you’re on. And I mean, I have these times all the time. The problem is, we think that there’s going to be some time in the future where those don’t exist. And then that’s just not true. People with millions and billions of dollars still have, like days that they hate and crap goes wrong. It doesn’t seem like they’re getting what they want, and whatever the thing is of that moment.
And I think we have to be comfortable in the discomfort of knowing, like not knowing if this is gonna work, work, right. Like, of course, it’s gonna work. Like I’ve been doing this for eight years. And I started out with 42 cents in my bank account. And I’m not saying that I’m a multi millionaire now. Of course, I wish I was. But these things just they come in like, it’s kind of like waves and if you have to change something, that’s part of the journey to get you to where you need to be.
And I, I know, like, I’ve changed my business so many times, mainly because I was looking for that right thing. It’s only when I started doing content creation and maybe a bit of when I was doing helping people get speaking gigs last year, and I’ve tried tons of different things. And I finally realized that there’s no magic thing. It’s only me and the effort that I choose to put in and
Keep Your Word
God they happen like I’m having a time this week. That would be inauthentic for me to not admit that I’m having a time like that this week where it’s like, oh my god, why? Why did things feel so crap? Well, you know, if you go to the gym, you work out you don’t start crying immediately because you don’t have ABS yet. You know what I mean? You have to, you have to give it time and be consistent and if I’m honest, the time When I’m the most frustrated, are the times when I’ve been inconsistent about something. And I’m actually just internalizing, like some shame or some guilt or something like that. And once I’m back on track with
keeping my word on whatever it is that I wasn’t keeping, it might be consistency. Or it might be a morning routine, or it might be they, you know, there’s always something that we’re secretly just ashamed about. And I think that’s the thing, and maybe I’m wrong. But for me, I think that’s part of a big part of what causes those. Those times, because I looked at it this morning, it was like, I haven’t been consistent with you know, I’ve been trying to go to bed early. I haven’t, I keep going to bed at 130. It’s like, what, and I wake up, and I feel guilty about it.
And, and then I go to work, and I’m like, why I’m so tired. I don’t want to deal with this stuff. And then I just feel worse and worse. And it’s, I’m not saying that that’s the case for everybody. But I do think that if you look deeply under what’s the discount fit for you, it’s because of a lack of keeping your word about something.
Yes. And I think it’s also seeking a feeling you’re seeking security or you’re seeking to structure it or like a badass or you’re seeking to feel like you’re worthy or, or good enough where people are setting there’s there’s an underlying feeling you’re seeking. When your actions aren’t aligned with that you just feel crappy. And so when a lot of people think of the the actions or results that have to happen for them to feel a certain way, they’re going to of course, be bummed and feel inadequate when they don’t have those results.
Reasons for Mistakes
But I think the key is to understand that even the mistakes, the knows the bad times, they have to happen to get you closer to the things you want. And they always do things. And everything if you if you let go if you if the journey itself, and how you show up. Because you can choose how you want to show up and the characteristics you want to have and who you want to the value you want to bring. Those are always in your control. And if you can focus on those things, usually the results take care of themselves.
Also, if you believe in like manifesting and all that kind of stuff, you have to do that. And you want to get yourself to how can I enjoy the journey? How can I feel the way I want to feel now, even though I have the results I want to have? And that seems to help, at least from what I understand.
But I agree. Anyways, so I’m back. Thank you so much for coming on today. Before we hop off today, I just want to let listeners know that there is one more scholarship spot for this year to hear coach program. I’m doing this little fun, funky Thanksgiving time I decided on the spirit in the spur of the moment because I’m not like the people who plan their lunches.
But we have two people already in the scholarship for this year to hear a coach program which is teaching you how to book clients online consistently how to market yourself how to rock your sales. And if you want to apply for the last spot in the scholarship, it’s not free. I’m warning you. But it is a scholarship which is really fun. So I’m choosing a couple people. And if you go to haileyrowe.com/strategy-call, you can apply. And thank you so much back for coming.
So it was a pleasure, Hailey. Thank you. All right. Bye bye.
About Beck Power
Beck has over eight years experience in the online and marketing spaces. Furthermore, she has frameworks and content about several types of things. However, Beck is most excited about helping entrepreneurs and coaches. Likewise, she enjoys helping authors in addition to speakers with getting more of their content out in front of people to help the growth of their audience.
Beck is originally from New Zealand and recently set up a home base in Toronto Canada.
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