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”
While I planned on starting a marketing company that focused heavily on writing services, I didn’t foresee the interest in businesses outsourcing their social media management. Today, social media management and content creation is a significant part of my business. In turn, they’ve led to additional writing opportunities. Offering an array of services as a marketing company allows me to present a full-service front to my audience.
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November is National Gratitude Month, which is fitting for the month that hosts Thanksgiving. It’s the perfect time to continue our annual tradition, 50 Things I’m Grateful For. It’s refreshing to jot down a happy moment in the rush of day-to-day life. Enjoy browsing my list, and join the conversation below. What are you gratefulContinue reading “50 Things I’m Grateful For, Thanksgiving 2019 Edition”
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.
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”