Updated: Jul 16
As a small business owner it is always great when you get a chance to guest post for someone else. One of the main jobs for marketing a small business is finding new people who might be interested in what you have to offer. Guest posting is one way I'd recommend finding people who may want to learn more about you.
Why not ask around and see who might feature you? Just check that you have a similar audience and off you go.
My Guest Post for Jennifer Cooper Time Saver
I was delighted to feature on the Jennifer Cooper Time Saver blog last week with my thoughts on how I save time, what I'm reading to improve my business skills, and a couple of marketing suggestions, and of course a shout out for my new book 100 Marketing Tips for Small Business Owners (thanks Jenny!)
I have followed Jenny owner of Jennifer Cooper Time Saver for quite a while on Instagram, she and I often chat about whatever business books we are reading at the time.
I also love her approach to business and great productivity content. She always shares great content on how to save time in your day as a small business owner.
If you like all that kind of good stuff too, then why not give her a follow.
If you would like to catch up with the book I have been recommending the most recently, and read the marketing tip that is actually number one in my new book, then head over now to Jennifer Cooper Time Saver
Thanks for reading
Looking for marketing help? My new book is out now
If you would like a book of 100 Marketing Tips written just for small business owners then do have a look here. I wrote this book to be easy to read cover to cover or to be kept as a reference to dip in and out of!
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Shona Chambers Marketing is a Marketing Agency based in SE London. Specialising in helping Small Business Owners and Freelancers with their Marketing.