New York, NY (PRWEB) July 21, 2008
As small business owners, coaches and consultants often have to rely on themselves to craft their own marketing material, including the web copy for their web pages. Now Stacey Mathis Copywriting provides a central location to obtain free copywriting tips and secrets, as well as marketing and small business advice written with coach and consultant practices in mind. Writing primarily for these two industries, the proprietor has her finger on the pulse of what appeals to their target audiences.
Complacency is an issue that consultants and coaches cannot afford in light of their images as people who are expected to take their own advice, hold it together and stay on top of their game. Complacency is a hidden trap that can affect your efficiency, your ability to remain sharp in these fiercely competitive industries, and later your attitude about what you do.
When you become complacent, you forgo basics and responsibilities you'd rather not deal with because of lack of interest and, perhaps, skill. Often, for coaches and consultants, their marketing is what suffers, and copywriting in particular. Also, there are those who do not deal with their marketing copy simply because they'd just rather not.
The Coach and Consultant Blog aims to help in that respect by providing do's and don'ts and other information vital to attracting clients or not repelling the clients they have, an area of business that coaches and consultants must to stay on top of to stay in business.
The blog is a place to check in every once in a while (or every day, if they want) to make sure, for example, that they're on track, at least, with the marketing writing aspect of their practices. It aims to keep them on their marketing toes -- one less thing for them to worry about. The Coach and Consultant Blog is the coach and consultant industries' newest copywriting blog. The blog is updated frequently, with new information, so check back often.
For additional information on the Coach and Consultant Blog, contact Stacey Mathis, or visit "coachandconsultantblog.com."
Stacey Mathis Copywriting helps coaches and consultants make money by attracting clients via the crafting of marketing material after comprehensively researching their target markets and their stiffest competition.
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