Sooooo very happy to find these in Stamford today. I’ve been hunting high and low for fuchsia pink baubles but it’s been hard to find good quality ones that aren’t made of plastic. @bigdudeyoga and I are consciously cutting down on the plastics we buy in a bid to help Mother Earth. Curious to know what anyone else does to help cut down their use of plastic. I found these beauties in one of the independent shops in Stamford so that’s made my day! Are you feeling festive yet?
Happy December y’all! I’m enjoying a slower month with just one client so I can be more available for class parties & all 3 babies home for Christmas break!!! Looking forward to opening up spots for additional clients and work starting in January!!! 🎄🎄🎄🎁🎁🎁
Social Media Marketing has become one of the most powerful tools used by businesses lately. However, social media marketing is a blessing as well as a curse sometimes. These two mistakes must be avoided, in order to achieve the full needed results from a Social Media Marketing Campaign.
1. Not listening to your target audience: Most often, businesses ignore certain comments from their target audience. However, these comments are directions at to what that particular prospective customer or already existing customer wants from your business. For all you know, there might be about 20 other prospects who would want that too, but they won't comment under your posts. Therefore, pay attention to every single comment that your customers and prospects write, and use it to shape your products and services to suit their needs. This will help in your conservation rate and boast your sales online.
2. Not responding to negative comments and bad ratings : Another mistake most businesses do is that they leave negative comments unanswered. Some businesses just delete these negative comments, forgetting that someone's might have seen it already. These negative comments and ratings are a very big opportunity for businesses to explain their products and services properly, and add their amazing offers and benefits to it. If it was a service or product that went wrong, there should be a service recovery strategy in place. This service recovery strategy should be a source of "hard come back", whereby all the negativity is resolved, and even with an added on value to blow the minds of the customer in question. That's the wow factor. In the end, this same negative comment will be the turning point for a breakthrough and some great conversations, since about 2/3 of your real target audience can be found online. .
If this quote speaks to you, just hold on to your proverbial hat!
Season 2 of the Award-winning 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel'
@maiseltv is out on Amazon Prime. The show follows Mrs. Maisel who is left by her husband with 2 small children and goes on to become a brilliant comic. You'll fall in love with her and her unrelenting enthusiasm. She's full of gold like the quote above and has a wardrobe to die for.
If you need some inspiration to take on the world tomorrow, this is the show for it. 📸 - @vdelladonna
The tree went up this weekend. The bloody thing takes up a lot of storage space in our small flat the rest of the year. So to justify that, I decided it should at least be up for one entire month.
Kacey and Luna decorated, there's one patch that is very heavily laden with ornaments whilst the rest of the branches remain bare. I put this down to an artistic decision and perhaps their lack of height.
I wanted to get a photo of them in front of it but Kacey had other ideas... "I want to be a present UNDER the tree!" Luna soon followed suit and here we are.
I DIDN'T LIKE WHAT SHE DID SO I AM GOING TO BITCH ON SOCIAL MEDIA!
No girl, no. NEVER. Geez...I have seen far too many people do this. I get that sometimes people make you mad. I get that people have personal agreements. But that is the issue - it is PERSONAL. It should be dealt with via a phone call or private emails. So, why do I see people putting this shit on social media?
Personal attacks of other women in business via social media is, in my eyes, a form of bullying. It is malicious. It is mean. It is unnecessary. It is like a giant grown up temper tantrum.
If you have an issue with a company, you contact them and resolve it between you, right? You don't try and DESTROY another woman's business by going out there and giving a one sided view of events on social media. I don't wanna see it. No one else wants to see that kind of personal shit.
And you know...the woman who does that - do you wanna work with her? Hell no, if she does it to another business, she may do it to you one day. So, actually it harms the bully as much as the bullied.
This is how I see it. If someone has a disagreement with a business, they should remember that sometimes a business may get it wrong. Maybe they totally screwed something up. Maybe the person running it got their shit totally wrong. So talk to them.Try and resolve a personal issue personally. Reach a conclusion - that may take time but it is the only way. Be the decent human being and TALK! Don't hide behind social media. You can actually help them so they don't make the same mistake again.
What if we all just decided NOT to respond to someone who is trolling someone else. The lady who pops up on fb, insta or wherever to bitch about another business to try and damage a business because of a personal argument. What if we said no. I don’t wanna hear it. I am not going to comment. It is YOUR battle with HER. It is nothing - NOTHING do to with the rest of us. We don't have an opinion as we don't know what the story is between you two. And we don't really wanna know because it is PERSONAL to you.
What do you say? Other people’s personal business disagreements - for social media y/n?
Well it’s December 1 - the start of summer! The start of the Christmas 🎄 rush!
Have you just realised how much you still have to do? 🤦♀️ Are you struggling with all the stuff? 🤷♀️ Maybe it’s time to reach out and just get those jobs done! Boom💥. Give us a call if you need something done.
But you had better hurry. I am filling up fast! 📆