Sometimes I’d like to wipe my first three years of working online completely from my memory bank.
At best, those years were stressful and frustrating.
If I had a nickel for every time I wanted to call it quits, I could be driving a Porsche by now!
I’m sure you’ll agree when you start a small business on the internet, there’s not a doggone “instruction manual” anyone hands you that lists all the essential tools you’re going to need.
No — that would be too easy, wouldn’t it?
Instead, it’s all about wading through mounds and mountains of information and enduring that ever lovin’ “trial and error” period (a.k.a. learning curve).
The problem with trial and error (in math class, we used to call it “guess and check”) is that it can be very costly and a big waste of your precious business-building time.
Traci Hayner Vanover of Propa.branda (I love her blog!) is tired of seeing entrepreneurs fumble with their start-ups online through wasting time searching for the resources they need.
With over 20 years of marketing experience and over a dozen years of running her own consulting practice, Traci has written a brand new guide jam-packed with 158 links to resources designed to save you time and money, boost your business, and eliminate the frustration factor!
No lie, no lip service, and no exaggeration …
I only wish I could have had this mega-rolodex in my hands when I first started out. I’m certain I would be looking back on those years with fond memories — instead of wanting to wipe them from my memory bank.