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I can’t tell a lie – I love my coffee. From a fancy double-shot java brewed with love to a soy latte whipped up by a slick city barista, I love it all! I’ve gotten into the habit recently of experimenting with new types of coffee and I have to admit its been a delicious adventure!
There’s nothing like a great cup of coffee, which is why I’ve gone into research mode to find MY ideal cup of coffee. I’ve learnt a lot about coffee beans and production – it’s been very interesting. Anyways I found these on Pinterest and thought I should share them with you all!
- Coffee pods with its rich taste that would make anybody go gaga over it
- Single Origin Coffee-Get Top Quality Packs at an Affordable Price
- How Shade Grown Organic Coffee is made
- Coffee is perhaps the most popular beverage in the world today. For millions of people around the world, the day does not start until they take one sip from their favourite cuppa.
- PURE AND ORGANIC COFFEE FOR MANY HEALTH BENEFITS
- Speciality Coffee – Find Top Quality Brands Online At Affordable Pricest
- The store sells products made in a particular location, and every pack contains best quality coffee.
The post “7 Coffee Articles You Must Read! ☕ Mmmmm… COFFEE!!! ” was originally posted on http://www.corelmag.com/2017/10/7-coffee-articles-you-must-read-mmmmm.html
I just received the best advice for developing a digital marketing strategy that I had to hop on my blog and rave about these guys:
The post “I just received fantastic advice!” was originally posted on http://www.corelmag.com/2017/09/best-advice.html
I’m helping a friend with a new project that requires marketing to Gen Z. For those of you that don’t know, Gen Z is:
Generation Z is the demographic cohort after the Millennials. There are no precise dates for when Generation Z starts or ends; demographers and researchers typically use mid-1990s to the mid-2000s – Wikipedia
I came across this tweet online, which helped me out a little.
5 costly mistakes to avoid when #marketing to Gen Z https://t.co/US4FOdzU4T 🌐 #GenZ #SEO #Advertising pic.twitter.com/TPxw8bDRZ9
— E-Web Marketing (@ewebers) September 10, 2017
My previous role had me running all different kinds of marketing campaigns, but I feel my skills are a little out of date. Gen Z are on platforms like Snapchat, and I have absolutely no idea how it works! I downloaded the app to my phone and literally couldn’t figure out how to even share an image.
Maybe its time for me to upgrade my skills, eh?
The post “The Marketing Mystery that is Gen Z” was originally posted on http://www.corelmag.com/2017/09/the-marketing-mystery-that-is-gen-z.html
The post “#BusinessInspo – Walking in the shoes of your customers by Nigel T Packer” was originally posted on http://www.corelmag.com/2017/08/businessinspo-walking-in-shoes-of-your.html
If anyone warned me what a headache building my own business would be, I probably never would have taken the leap.
In many ways I feel as though I’m falling without a parachute (the closest experience I can relate this to is that weird jumpy sensation you get in the pit of your stomach when you’re on a roller coaster).
But honestly, I’m relieved that nobody scared me away from embarking on this adventure. As daunting as it is, I’m actually enjoying being thrown out of my comfort zone.
I never thought I’d be someone who says that (oh how the times have changed from those days when watching Dirty Dancing in my trackies was as exciting as life got).
I embrace this evolution, even though I’m stumbling along the way…and it seems I’m not the only one.
Did you know that roughly 8 out of 10 entrepreneurs fail when opening their online business? via simonstapleton.com
Believe it or not, I’m comforted by this fact!
Not only does it lift some of the pressure to hit the perfect note the first time, but I’m reminded of the importance of doing my research before launching my website and promoting it through social media.
Wrapping my head around how the internet works from a business perspective is no easy task, but I’ve been doing a lot of reading and I’m keen to work with an SEO services company to develop a powerful marketing strategy (but first, I want to create an amazing website).
I’m currently in the very early stages of conducting market research to find out who would be most interested in my business. I’ve learnt there’s no point in trying to appeal to everyone. In fact, this can be detrimental to your brand. Once I figure out my target demographic, I’ll be able to tailor my marketing campaign to appeal to that group specifically, which will make it more powerful (I hope!).
More food for thought – what’s my unique selling point that will set me apart from the fierce competition? (in some ways, narrowing this down depends on who my target audience is….which I’m yet to figure out).
I’ll admit, it isn’t easy juggling my full time job and “mum duties” with starting this business, but I’m excited to see how it develops. Watch this space to find out more about my project (which I won’t jinx by giving too much away during the pre-conception days).
The post “Taking the leap – starting my online business” was originally posted on http://www.corelmag.com/2017/08/taking-leap-starting-my-online-business.html
|(not me…but this is how I now feel)|
“Dental implant” sounds like a daunting procedure to me – which is why I delayed getting one for so long. Dr Graham put me at ease straight away. He explained everything and patiently answered my long list of questions (I like to be prepared). Dr Graham held my hand (figuratively speaking) through every step of the process – from the consultation, x-rays and scans to the actual procedure and recovery.