Ep #26: Small business marketing strategies with Dee Blick

In episode 26 of Micro Entrepreneur: the magic of starting small, I had a great time continuing my conversation with Dee Blick, best-selling author, speaker and small business marketing guru. Dee is a Chartered Marketer, CIM Fellow, blogger, columnist and writes for many magazines. She has 31 years experience in marketing, copywriting and public speaking.

This is the 2nd part of Dee’s interview and today we’re talking about the great small business marketing strategies Dee has implemented for herself, and for other business owners. If you missed last week’s podcast you can catch it here, where we talked about her fantastic new book ‘The Ultimate Guide to Writing and Marketing a Bestselling Book on a Shoestring Budget’.

This week’s guest

Dee is the author of  The 15 Essential Marketing Masterclasses For Your Small Business, endorsed by The Chartered Institute of Marketing. The book has masses of new material on subjects essential to small businesses. Published by Wiley. 90 Five star reviews on Amazon with rave reviews in The Sun, Elite Business Magazine and winner of The BookBag nonfiction award and Talk Business Magazine ‘Best Business Book 2013’.Dee’s 4th book was released to a fab review in ‘The Sun’, and it won the revered, independent book review site, the ‘BookBag’s’ top 10 non-fiction books of 2014.

You may already know Dee as the author of The Ultimate Small Business Marketing Book. The Number 1 best-selling small business marketing book on Amazon. 156 five-star reviews. 87,000 words of practical marketing wisdom and tips that work. Now published by CITIC Publishing in China.

What we covered in the show:

  • Some of the case studies I’ve prepared for the book I’m writing – I can’t wait to share them with you next year – so stay tuned!
  • This is the last podcast for 2014, so we’d like to wish you all a very Merry Xmas and remind everyone to really take some time out and enjoy the holidays with your loved ones.

And then on to Dee with:

  • Where to start – Dee’s 15 Masterclasses – Chapter 1 the marketing plan ‘template’ which has generated millions of pounds of business for others
  • The Expert Masterclass – bring out your expertise and become the ‘go-to’ person
  • Review what a ‘marketing plan’ really means to you
  • Write out who your target market is – who do you want to reach and why, can you offer them something valuable, will they be prepared to pay for it, and where do you find them?
  • It may mean buying an information list (make sure it’s from a member of the Direct Marketing Association)
  • Know what the relevant, compelling benefits of your offer are
  • What are the barriers – what will put your target client off?
  • Benefits and barriers are the key to understanding great communications
  • Identify complementary partners and introducers for cross referrals
  • Write out your ‘positioning’ statement
  • Have campaigns – drip feed a series of communications – to move the client through the funnel
  • Focus on those clients with the strongest need
  • Warm potential clients up before you contact them
  • Marketing agencies can work for you as long as you brief them properly
  • The fear of marketing – change your mindset – it’s the channel that releases you into the marketplace – and it gets easier!
  • You have to get out of your comfort zone and take risks
  • Be your own best salesperson and brand ambassador
  • If you are a new business you should be marketing non-stop, if you are established slot in strategic time
  • What to avoid – systems that promise an instant business, don’t put all your eggs in one basket
  • What to embrace – networking, be able to articulate your business over the phone, explore social media, send ‘charming’ emails and links – blend your tactics and join the marketing dots for your business

You can find out more about Dee here:

Twitter @deeblick (her favourite social platform)

LinkedIn

email dee@themarketinggym.org

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The Micro Entrepreneur Podcast is your place to come and hear me talk about all things business for the micro business owner.  I speak with experts, authors and other micro business owners and what they are doing to build and grow a successful micro business.

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Ep #25: Writing and marketing a best selling book with Dee Blick

In episode 25 of Micro Entrepreneur: the magic of starting small, I had a great time talking with Dee Blick, best-selling author, speaker and small business marketing guru. Dee is a Chartered Marketer, CIM Fellow, blogger, columnist and writes for many magazines. She has 31 years experience in marketing, copywriting and public speaking.

Dee’s interview spans 2 podcasts. This week we’re talking about her fantastic new book ‘The Ultimate Guide to Writing and Marketing a Bestselling Book on a Shoestring Budget’; and then next week we’ll be discussing the great marketing strategies Dee has implemented over the course of her career, so don’t forget to tune in then!

This week’s guest

Dee’s 4th book was released to a fab review in ‘The Sun’, and it won the revered, independent book review site, the ‘BookBag’s’ top 10 non-fiction books of 2014.

The Ultimate Guide to Writing and Marketing a Bestselling Book on a Shoestring Budget –  had 15 five-star reviews within 4 weeks of launch and a considered 3 star review from a fellow author. If you are considering writing a book or struggling with the one you’re writing, this will give you all the tips you need to pen an enduring bestseller…91,000 words, 24 chapters in bite sized nuggets of wisdom plus Dee’s famous templates that you can use!

You may already know Dee as the author of The Ultimate Small Business Marketing Book. The Number 1 best-selling small business marketing book on Amazon. 156 five-star reviews. 87,000 words of practical marketing wisdom and tips that work. Now published by CITIC Publishing in China.

And author of The 15 Essential Marketing Masterclasses For Your Small Business, endorsed by The Chartered Institute of Marketing. The book has masses of new material on subjects essential to small businesses. Published by Wiley. 90 Five star reviews on Amazon with rave reviews in The Sun, Elite Business Magazine and winner of The BookBag nonfiction award and Talk Business Magazine ‘Best Business Book 2013’.

What we covered in the show:

  • Why I’m now calling the podcast the magic of starting small
  • A reminder that I’m looking for some ‘male business owner’ case studies – please let me know at Julie@microentrepreneur.biz if you know someone who has created a successful business

And then on to Dee with:

  • How we see ourselves is not always how others see us
  • Start with sharing what you know and the money and visibility will follow (not the other way round)
  • Her journey from self-publishing to being sought after by Wiley
  • The things Dee learnt – including finding her ‘confident’ voice, the importance of cover design and format
  • Why it’s important to study the craft but it’s still okay to be “perfectly imperfect”
  • Know why you’re writing your book – what’s your big idea?
  • Why planning the book is so important – gather your material first – give it the head space it deserves
  • Be prepared wherever you are, to note down your inspiration
  • Why you need to call for help when you need it
  • Start sharing it early e.g. on twitter, social media
  • Let your work sit for a while to get a better perspective on what you’ve written
  • The various routes to publishing including on-line and in book stores
  • What you need to pay for and what you don’t
  • Using the pool of freelance experts that are available
  • Identify where your readers are and which platforms/places they hang out on
  • Find out who is influential in your tribe and make connections early
  • Get your book launch date locked in and get others to lock it in too
  • Get your professional reviewers lined up early

You can find out more about Dee here:

Twitter @deeblick (her favourite social platform)

LinkedIn

email dee@themarketinggym.org

About the Podcast

The Micro Entrepreneur Podcast is your place to come and hear me talk about all things business for the micro business owner.  I speak with experts, authors and other micro business owners and what they are doing to build and grow a successful micro business.

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Ep #24: How to lose the overwhelm and become a productivity ninja with Grace Marshall

In episode 24 of Micro Entrepreneur: the magic of thinking small, I had a great time talking with Grace Marshall about the strategies you can use as a micro-entrepreneur, to help you become more productive, more focussed and happier with your choices.

This week’s guest

Grace Marshall is head coach and chief encourager at Grace-Marshall.com and author of the Amazon bestselling 21 Ways to Manage the Stuff That Sucks Up Your Time. She is also a Productivity Ninja with Think Productive one of the UK’s leading productivity training companies. Grace admits she’s not a naturally organized person. Her passion for productivity began when she got fed up saying “I haven’t got enough time.” With two young children herself, Grace has a particular passion for helping busy time-jugglers find ways of getting things done with less stress, less overwhelm, more fun, enjoyment and fulfilment. You can get her free guide to overcoming overwhelm here.

What we covered in the show:

  • Intro with my top tips for productivity
    • time boxing and chunking
    • asking if the task is necessary to your business and ask who is it serving?
    • having a ‘no meetings policy’ unless it serves your agenda
    • using public announcement for accountability
    • setting boundaries

And then on to Grace with:

  • Aligning your focus, passion and energy, and managing your mindset
  • Getting started when you’re feeling overwhelmed
    • using brain dumps
    • deciding what needs your focus – what you can park – what do you need to let go of?
    • creating space and ‘choosing’ vs feeling ‘you have to’
    • understanding your own values
  • Some things you may think aren’t productive actually are!
    • regenerating, thinking time, re-strategizing
  • Recognizing the ‘guilt’ factor and how in large doses it disempowers and distracts you
    • time is your friend not your enemy
    • have a TaDa! list not a ToDo list
    • making magic doesn’t always take a lot of time
  • Reference to the apps todoist.com  pocket.com
  • Being mindful and having strategies to improve your ‘state’ and energy levels
  • Starting with the hardest tasks first and earmarking the most important task for the week
  • Having a weekly review, making proactive decisions, knowing what makes you ‘your best you’
  • Managing a ‘multiple-ideas’ personality
  • Motivating yourself with a ‘champagne moments’ folder
  • It’s up to you to ‘take your time’

You can find out more about Grace here:

Here are some links to Grace’s articles:

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Ep #23: What it takes to leave corporate life and create a successful business with Wendy Kerr

In episode 23 of Micro Entrepreneur: the magic of thinking small, I had a great time talking with Wendy Kerr – Business Coach, Mentor and a Corporate Crossover herself! Wendy is the author of two fantastic books: Corporate Crossovers & My New Business: A Busy Woman’s Guide to Start up Success. She is also the founder of Corporate Crossovers and the Accelerator Academy.

This week’s guest

Wendy is passionate about changing the way work works. She’s on a mission to fuel 10,000 women to create a business that allows them to live the life they love! With a 20-year career in multi-national blue chip organisations, she’s specialised in creating and launching new businesses around the world.

Wendy’s business experience includes:

  • Starting a digital content business in London, expanding it globally and acquiring 3 media companies
  • General Manager of FT.com personal finance, leading the business and team of 120 through the dot-com crash and restructuring it for profitability
  • Starting an online share trading site in Australia and listing it on the Australian stock exchange, raising $70 million at the start of the first dot-com boom in the ‘90s

A Corporate Crossover herself, Wendy left a corporate career to create a successful 6 figure coaching and consulting business, running it from London and Tokyo. She’s worked with leaders of high growth, global technology companies in challenging times of expansion and change, including Expedia, IBM, and Betfair.

Wendy has coached, mentored and fuelled over 1,500 women to create a business that allows them to live the life they love!

Her company, Corporate Crossovers, enables women wherever they are in their journey, to leave their job and start a business successfully, providing them with structure, tools, processes and one-on-one mentoring. She has a vibrant and dynamic community of Corporate Crossovers around the world who are focused on creating the life they want.

What we covered in the show:

  • A brief introductory comment about a great article on procrastination – by Tim Urban
  • What it takes to leave corporate life
  • What it takes to create a successful business
  • Why networking is so important to get clients in the early stages of setting up – think of it as a bit like ‘dating’
  • Following up on conversations with a ‘how can I help’ service mindset
  • Understanding the value of the service you are offering
  • Understanding your ‘internal operating system’ and how to shift your thinking
  • The challenges of moving from corporate life to your own enterprise
  • How your identify becomes reinvented
  • Why you need to update your ‘success criteria’
  • Planning your business with a sense of calm, control and simplicity
  • How your business will help you achieve your lifestyle goals
  • Reference to Michael Gerber’s E-Myth
  • The power of focus

You can find out more about Wendy here

www.corporatecrossovers.com

About the Podcast

The Micro Entrepreneur Podcast is your place to come and hear me talk about all things business for the micro business owner.  I speak with experts, authors and other micro business owners and what they are doing to build and grow a successful micro business.

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Ep #22: How to get more visible in your market with Carole Bozkurt

In episode 22 of Micro Entrepreneur: the magic of thinking small, I had a great time talking with Carole Bozkurt – Founder of The Blueprint Practice. Carole is a visibility strategist, who along with her team, brings a breadth of knowledge and experience of global marketing to small business owners. They offer marketing, training, mentoring and practical strategies to ensure your business is visible in your market place and attracts all the clients you could ever want.

I believe every female business owner has the right to be fulfilled and financially rewarded by her business – and Blueprint Practice makes that happen.

Carole and I talked about how to get clear on what you need to do to attract your ideal client and how to create a roadmap to get more visible in your market.

This week’s guest

Carole Bozkurt is the founder and inspiration behind The Blueprint Practice. Carole has over 20 years of blue-chip marketing expertise including nine years spent at GHN (part of Penna Plc), the company that pioneered executive coaching in the UK. She headed up the marketing team at GHN and helped its coaches unlock their full potential in order to generate strong revenue streams, business growth and brand recognition. Prior to launching The Blueprint Practice, Carole led the European marketing arm of Towers Watson’s financial management division. She has worked with clients on global and niche projects sharing a common desire for marketing discipline, innovation and an in-depth understanding of how to plan and implement a marketing strategy that delivers business growth. – See more at on their website here.

What we covered in the show:

  • What a roadmap looks like for small business owners and micro-entrepreneurs
  • How to make sure your strategy works for your business and your life
  • The difference between spending too much or too little time in your business and how to be the most productive
  • Making yourself a priority – looking after your health and well-being for better results

Techniques you can use to build your visibility including the 4 pillars of:

  • Mindset & State
  • Strategy & Planning (including your lifestyle and business objectives)
  • Messaging – different messages for different situations and client stages, Brand values and aligning your tactics
  • Your Toolbox – choosing the tools that work best for your business

What to do if you are just starting out – how the desire to succeed trumps all!

You can find out more about Carole here

The Blueprint Practice

About the Podcast

The Micro Entrepreneur Podcast is your place to come and hear me talk about all things business for the micro business owner.  I speak with experts, authors and other micro business owners and what they are doing to build and grow a successful micro business.

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Ep #21: Supercharge your business with brand partnerships with Susie Burdekin

In episode 21 of Micro Entrepreneur: the magic of thinking small, I had a great time talking with Susie Burdekin from The Drill Company.  Drill is a fantastic business which works with both individuals and companies, and provides a combination of consulting and business coaching for the various stages of running a business; from foundations for start-ups to building teams, planning change and developing growth strategies and plans.

Susie and I talked about how using brand partnerships as a creative marketing device, can help small businesses and micro-entrepreneurs leverage and grow their business.

This week’s guest

Over the past 14 years Susie has worked within marketing and digital agencies helping global and niche brands such as Audi, BBC, Canon, Visa and Royal Albert Hall develop and implement ideas and strategies. Most recently she has been the joint Director of brand partnership agency, Cherry London, and helped take the business from start-up to a 30 strong, profitable, award-winning agency in under 4 years. Cherry is the fastest growing partnership marketing agency in the UK and currently Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) ‘Agency of the Year’.

She is also the Co-Founder for Commercial Break; a charity set up to help under-privileged young people get into the creative and communications industry. Also  a business mentor for the Prince’s Trust and Institute of Enterprise and Entrepreneurs IoEE.

As a qualified executive and business coach, she now specialises in helping people and small businesses get to the next level; whether that be to change direction, grow a team, increase profits and or work out where best to focus their time and energy to move the business forward. She also drinks a lot of tea and dreams of living by the sea.

What we covered in the show:

  • Why brand partnership still isn’t ‘well understood’
  • What it is and why you would enter into one (more bang for buck)
  • What it delivers and how two can achieve more than ‘one’
  • Examples of campaigns
  • How it works for small business
  • What happens when partners have different reach – what is the value exchange?
  • What ‘You give – we give’ means
  • The trust issue in brand partnerships
  • The spirit of partnership – can we work together?
  • Why it’s important to manage the expectations and rules of engagement – get agreement in a simple contract
  • What to look for in a partner?
  • What some of the biggest mistakes are that people make when entering into a brand partnership
  • How to track your results

You can find out more about Susie here

www.thedrillcompany.com

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10 Time Management Tips to Increase Productivity

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Kanya King’s top 5 tips for succeeding as a woman in business

Kanya King is one amazing lady. The founder and CEO of the MOBO Awards and is an amazing example of persistence over adversity.  She was one of our Extraordinary Entrepreneurs at an event we held back in 2009 and is such an inspirational female entrepreneur.

Her father died when she was 13 and his final words to her were “be the best you can be”. She certainly took those words to heart.

She is one of nine children and grew up in a household with very little money to spare. She went to Goldsmiths college but didn’t graduate and got pregnant at a very young age. All this did not stop her.

She started working in television and discovered a gap in the market for for soul and hip hop music which she did not feel were represented as well as they could be in the music awards market.  So, what did she do? She remortgaged her house.  She put her life on the line to create an incredible business about which she was incredibly passionate.

She was able to pull together a team of people who worked tirelessly to make the awards ceremony happen.  Her secret to success is passion, persistence and commitment.  Through her energy and drive she was able to persuade Tony & Cherie Blair to open her first event for her and presented Lionel Ritchie with a life-time achievement award.   The event was a huge success.

The MOBO Awards was the first televised event of it’s kind and is the largest urban music brand in Europe.  It is now an interactive business that champions new talent.

She believes that there has never been a better time to be a woman in business (WE AGREE!) but we need to be more forthcoming.  Women often have trouble borrowing money, embracing it and sometimes even talking about it.  I agree with this wholeheartedly.  By holding back, we are stopping ourselves from achieving what we are capable of and it is time to step up and be brave.

Kanya’s Top 5  Tips…

1. Be careful about letting anyone else sign the cheques in your business – keep a tight control of the finances

2. Work on the business as well as in the business

3. Your brand is very important – it needs to stand for your values and your business

4. Surround yourself with the right team

5. Believe in yourself – have passion, clear goals, and do whatever it takes, however long it takes to achieve your vision.

Here is a video of an interview with Kanya at the British Library a few years ago and you can hear her amazing story for yourself.

Ep #20: Small business SEO with Tom Jeffs

In episode 20 of Micro Entrepreneur: the magic of thinking small, I had a great time talking with Tom Jeffs from Lucidica, a fantastic small business IT support company based in London. Tom and I talked a lot about how to get higher up the Google rankings, the importance of content marketing and how to get started, simple tips and tricks to improve your SEO on your website.

This week’s guest

Tom Jeffs is a technologist and entrepreneur, is the CTO for a number of companies and is the founder of Lucidica – The IT Department for Small Business. Lucidica offer all kinds of IT support from social media, website design to setting up IT systems for small businesses.

What we covered in the show:

Tom has managed to get his business to the top of Google for his number one key word term IT Support London. This is worth over £600,000 to his business. In this episode of MicroEntrepreneur Tom shares with us some of his tips and strategies for getting to the top of Google

You can find out more about Tom and Lucidica here

http://www.lucidica.com

About the Podcast

The Micro Entrepreneur Podcast is your place to come and hear me talk about all things business for the micro business owner.  I speak with experts, authors and other micro business owners and what they are doing to build and grow a successful micro business.

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Ep #19: Getting your product ideas out into the market with Sam Fountain

In episode 19 of Micro Entrepreneur: the magic of thinking small, I always love talking with smart business women and Sam Fountain is one of those.  She is the inventor of the Shewee, an amazing product that was born out of frustration and spotting an opportunity in the market.

This week’s guest

Sam Fountain is an inventor, a mother and a very smart business woman.  Starting from nothing, she has managed to carve out a market and dominate a niche with a very unusual product.  If you’ve not hear of the Shewee before, it’s a small plastic device, like a funnel, which allows ladies to go for a very discreet wee, standing up or sitting down and without taking any of their clothes off. Effectively allowing us to wee standing up!  It’s great for women at festivals doing outdoorsy activities or even when you are stuck in a traffic jam… though according to Sam, it’s best not to use it pointing up hill (top tip there ladies!).

What we covered in the show:

Sam’s entrepreneurial journey including –

  • The importance of choosing  your mentors and advisors wisely
  • Don’t be afraid to give away equity if it is going to accelerate your business
  • What it was really like facing the Dragons in the Den
  • Why you shouldn’t be worried about big companies stealing your ideas
  • Why you need to get your your ego out of the way to be successful
  • The importance of staying on top of your numbers and creating a business plan
  • How to sell your product on Amazon

Great Quote

“You have got to look at your accounts at least once a month, even if someone else is doing it, because its stupid if you don’t.”

You can find out more about Sam and the Shewee here

http://www.shewee.com

About the Podcast

The Micro Entrepreneur Podcast is your place to come and hear me talk about all things business for the micro business owner.  I speak with experts, authors and other micro business owners and what they are doing to build and grow a successful micro business.

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