I’m planning a wedding within the same year I am building a business. I’ve been struggling to find a lot of content that can relate to that. Or more specifically, I am having a hard time finding content on the internet that relates to women who don’t drop their whole lives to plan their wedding.
I decided to start this company not because I think I’m the best, or the smartest, or most popular, but because I’d rather bet on myself every day than anyone else. The only reason that I got to this point in my life is because I accepted who I am and I started to believe that if you’re willing to put in the hard work and trust yourself, you truly can make anything happen. I use digital marketing to tell my client’s stories, so they can live the lives they have always dreamt of, and now I’m going to use this article to tell you mine.
Welcome to The First Time’s Awkward for Everyone, a blog series where we’ll go through things like how to name your business and the steps we’ve taken to build our very first business and the awkward conversations we’ve had to help get us here. This week, we’re going over how we named Dive In Digital.
Welcome to Social Media Tip Tuesday, today we’re discussing: Why social media audience size doesn’t matter. Every Tuesday Shelby and Rachel will share a nugget of wisdom behind a common topic or strategy in digital marketing. Our intention with this series is to empower you to feel more confident when making marketing decisions and give you the tools to impact your business. For each tip, we’ll outline the general situation, fear, or misconception that’s probably bringing up this topic for you, then we’ll reveal the greater context of this topic, and finally, touch on the biggest opportunity you have here to take action and improve your business!