Let’s face it: we’re living in a virtual world.
For the last several years, online businesses have been coming in hot and with COVID-19 still hanging around like that unwanted party guest, more and more businesses are having to pivot with the times.
*Madonna should change her lyrics from “We are living in a material world” to “virtual world!”*
I don’t want to give too much away, but my friend Stacy Tuschl drops some truth bombs in this episode about how to grow or add to your business online. She’s an expert on growing small businesses, which she literally began doing at the age of 18 in her parents' backyard.
If you’re a brick and mortar business and have been affected by the shelter in place order or you're a service based business who’s thinking about expanding your services to be offered virtually, there is something in this interview for you.
In this episode Stacy gives her insights on:
- First steps to taking your business online
- Four phases of sending traffic to your site
- Building a marketing funnel
- Getting creative during a crisis
Trying something new can be scary but it doesn’t have to be out of alignment with what you already know and are good at. You don’t have to learn an entirely new game…. It’s about learning how to play the SAME game differently.
>>Don’t let yourself be trapped by who you are and what you do. Now is the time to think outside of the box.<<
2020 has shown us that we’re a little bit more fragile than we realized. But the reality is we are always going to have to try new things and put it out there so we might as well start getting good at that now. Stacy and I are excited to come alongside you as you do!
Click >>HERE<< to start making the most of this quarantine season and learn how to take your business online.
Stacy Tuschl is an expert on growing small businesses, which she literally began doing at age 18-in her parents' backyard! She has created multiple 7 figure businesses, hosts a top-rated podcast, and is releasing her second book. But more importantly, she is passionate about helping other entrepreneurs scale their own business. Stacy is unique in that as a coach, she doesn't just analyze business-she IS business. She owns and operates both brick and mortar and online companies. Stacy is a guru and beyond innovative when it comes to creation, implementation, and strategy.