In this episode, we welcome Jennifer Sargeant, a business digital marketing expert and the creator of Freelance & Financial Freedom Blueprint to discuss how businesses of all sizes can scale their marketing through low-cost and simple online marketing techniques.
KEY TAKEAWAYS FROM THIS EPISODE:
- The three-step process to get more clients
- Once you get into a routine and you get into the rhythm, and you’re able to like outsource that opportunity for somebody else, then that’s when you start to see things connecting and moving in the right direction for you.
- Appropriate engagement strategy for your business
- To work smarter, not harder, and identify what is working for your business and double down on that.
THIS WEEK’S GUEST
Jennifer Sargeant, the creator of Digital Sargeant, is a local business digital marketing expert and the creator of Freelance & Financial Freedom Blueprint. She started her digital marketing freelance business in the beginning of the pandemic with the sole mission to replace missing income, which she did and then a little bit more. Aside from spearheading campaigns for music festivals, managing $1 million in ad spend on FB / IG and launching a website in a totally different language, she starting her digital marketing business in the middle of a pandemic when people said it was impossible, and grew it to six figures within two months. Now, she manages her digital marketing agency and guides other freelancers through the trenches of freelancing sharing her strategies and systems that created her 6-figure business in such a short amount of time.
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Simon Lader is the host of The Conference Room, Co-Founder of global executive search firm Salisi Human Capital, and online coaching firm Salisi Academy. Since 1997, Simon has helped Senior Executives achieve Life Transformation through finding their ideal job and consulted with leading enterprise software and cybersecurity vendors to build highly effective teams.
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