Wow, 10 years. This month my business, Clearly Conveyed Communications, turned 10 years old and it blows my mind. I never saw this coming in a million years, 10 years ago when I started out.
Nine years. It’s hard to believe that Clearly Conveyed Communications has been giving brands and businesses a voice for nine years. When I started this journey, I never dreamed of nine years down the road. I was trying so hard to get through each day (and still am, in some ways) that looking this farContinue reading “(Video) Clearly Conveyed Communications Turns 9: Still Giving You A Voice”
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This week, Clearly Conveyed Communications turns seven! It’s hard to believe my little venture is hitting the 7-year milestone on May 15th, but I’m so grateful to so many people who I’ve met and worked with along the way. As we celebrate our seventh anniversary, I want to share seven tips I’ve learnedContinue reading “A Business Anniversary to Remember: CCC Turns 7”
Don’t let a tight budget keep you from marketing your business and showing your tremendous products or services to potential new customers. These three tips will help you market your business in a big way without blowing the budget.
Editor’s Note: Thank you to Vizaca, an online magazine for global entrepreneurs and small business owners, for interviewing me about my small business journey. It was a pleasure to discover this resource and share my experience with others. Tell us about yourself? I’m Jaime Shine, founder of Clearly Conveyed Communications. I’m a writer, marketing professionalContinue reading “Interview: What I’ve Learned on the Small Business Journey”
CCC turned 6 years old this week! Thank you to everyone who has supported us along the way.
Running translates well to running a business on several fronts. Runners can draw inspiration and insight from their hobby while they tackle the tough task of running a business.
A year ago today, I took a deep breath and jumped off a cliff. Figuratively speaking, anyway. I left my job in corporate America to start my own business. I was terrified and excited, overwhelmed yet satisfied with my decision, completely burnt out but eagerly looking toward my future. In some ways, it’s been better thanContinue reading “Jumping Off A Cliff: My 1st Year As An Entrepreneur”