Setting Up Your YouTube Channel

Setting Up Your YouTube Channel

Social media plays a pretty big role in business. If you don’t believe me, just google social media for business. Trust me, you’ll be overwhelmed by the number of articles, videos, and podcasts wanting to give you information on how to use social media the “right” way. While YouTube doesn’t fall into the big 4 categories of social media, it is still a very useful platform, especially since videos have such a huge impact on one’s business.

While YouTube may not be a place to increase your network, it can be a platform to increase your authority and help you gain more clients. If you’ve been interested in setting up a YouTube channel, then follow these steps. Even if you aren’t interested in setting up a channel to create videos, I would set one up anyways. There is a ton of information available on YouTube, plus if you ever get interested in doing so later, you already have a platform set up for you.

Setting Up Your Pinterest Strategy

Setting Up Your Pinterest Strategy

Oh social media. The bane of a vast majority of creative entrepreneur’s existence. It truly is a horrible addition to the ever growing task list in a business owner’s life. However, we can’t ignore how important it is, which means we need to take an active role in learning and using them. Today, I want to help you with Pinterest. I’m sure you’ve heard many entrepreneurs swear by Pinterest. It’s evolved into quite the social media platform.

If you have no idea how to use Pinterest or if you’re of the mind that it’s only for older women who have all the time in the world to DIY a ton of projects, you seriously need to click this link. It’s a link over to Melyssa Griffin’s website and her course Pinfinite Growth. You need it. You’re welcome.

Crafting Social Media Bios

Crafting Social Media Bios

In most cases, your social media profiles are the first pieces of content your audience sees from you. It’s where they go to find out more information on who you are, what you do, and if they’re interested in you. If you’ve read or watched anything from Melyssa Griffin or literally any other Instagram influencer, then you know the last six photos you’ve posted are what represents your brand, but there’s something else I want to call your attention to. If you didn’t notice, your profile is also a big deal when it comes to your audience finding you.

Your audience reads your biography, they look at your profile picture, they check out your name, and then they decide whether or not they want to click that link in your profile. If you have been living under a rock, you may not know this, but social media is incredibly important when it comes to building a business and trying to market your product or service. You need your social media profiles to be as complete and seamless as possible across all platforms. Check out my post a couple weeks ago about your social media profiles.

Your Social Media Profiles

Your Social Media Profiles

Everyone knows how important social media is. It’s all anyone can talk about these days. It seems like there are more articles, guides, and videos about how to do social media properly then there are to do just about anything else in the business. Social media has become a real buzzword these days and is a very hot topic.


With how important social media is these days, don’t you think you should actually pay attention to it? Have you taken the time to make sure your profiles are properly optimized? When’s the last time you’ve take a fine-tooth comb and really made sure your profiles were helping your brand and business and not hurting it?

My Overwhelm Kit

My Overwhelm Kit

Being overwhelmed is not something any one person is susceptible to. It’s something that happens to everyone. It’s a fact of life. We all get overwhelmed. The best way to deal with these feelings is to have a plan on how to beat it. If you haven’t noticed, I love plans. They help me keep an illusion of control and such. My overwhelm comes from all of the things I want to get done. Having a plan makes me comfortable with tackling all of it and dealing with everything I need to get done.

The Inbox Zero Challenge

The Inbox Zero Challenge

As entrepreneurs, we are usually the main and most times, only, means of contact. That means we get a lot of email. While most of the email may come from newsletters you’ve subscribed too, it still ends with a ton of emails sitting in our inbox. Clearing out these emails will help make sure there is no client messages or opportunities slipping through the cracks. This isn’t a hard concept to grasp, but it’s hard to put it into practice.