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Website Shenanigans: How to Plan for Drama-Free Web Design

So you want a website, but you don’t know HTML, you barely get what a URL is and you’re wondering what in the world SEO is. This isn’t a reason for my Black female entrepreneurs to give up and start posting on facebook instead. Having a website is critical. It’s your online headquarters. Everything you do with social media, email, webinars, podcasts, video should drive people to an online home base where customers can learn...

Grow or Lose: 6 Keys to Becoming a Stronger Entrepreneur

When we Black female entrepreneurs set goals for our business, how often do we link them to goals for our own professional development? Have you taken time to select key entrepreneurial skills that you need to build in order to increase your profits and build your dream business? If not, check out my  Entrepreneurial Skills List. Have you created a plan with budgeted time and funds for your own development? If not, it’s time, Sis. Here are some key steps to...

#GirlGoGoogle Black Female Entrepreneurs Challenge

   The saying, “time is money” is real talk. As a Black female entrepreneur, it's critical to remember that your use of time has a very real impact on your coin -- but doing something about it is even more important. So Sistahpreneurs is launching our#GirlGoGoogle Challenge to help you use your time in service of your journey to profitability. The #GirlGoGoogle challenge is a FREE challenge by Sistahpreneurs that will help you streamline, save and organize your time...

Here’s the Tea on Making Money Online

I recently moved back into the world of small business full-time. Years ago, when I’d run my own day spa, Facebook was new to the scene and I loved it, but digital and social media marketing weren’t the beasts that they are today yet. I had constant contact and enjoyed sending email newsletters but I’d never heard of a drip campaign and certainly didn’t have the fancy sales tools for linking my email campaign to...

Goal Trolls: The Beasts that Block Your Business Growth

When coaching, I've found that goal-setting isn't a foreign practice for Black woman entrepreneurs. It's commonly accepted that setting goals is a key tool for business growth. However, that doesn’t mean we all set goals effectively, or that we reach them. In the Sistahpreneurs Goal Digger Program, a training program to help business owners set powerful goals that help grow their businesses, I talk about avoiding common barriers to reaching goals. I call these barriers “goal trolls”...

Black Female Entrepreneurs, Team Up for Rapid Business Growth

I know, I know - You got this! You're one of those savvy, go-getter-type Black female entrepreneurs on a mission. You have a vision for your dream business, and you know that your smarts, your passion, and your experience will get you there. So you’re charging full speed ahead on your solo journey to make that dream happen. That’s what I’m talking about! But like Beyonce said: hold up, Sis. Consider the many ways that...

Startup Diary of a Black Woman Entrepreneur

The sweet aromas of a great, chilled wine and a home-cooked meal are usually connected to leisure, but for my girlfriend and I, they also mean business. Glass in hand at her kitchen island, it was a cool summer evening, and I was doing less cooking and more venting. See, we were at her place in sweats and high bun ponytails for a girls’ weekend because we were both in the midst of leaving our...

The 14-Day Google Challenge

Girl, get focused. Get organized. Get it done. Get sanity. Get your time back, honey.   How? Get Google.   I was conducting my normal end of year strategic planning process. As part of the process, I typically look at what I can reorganize in my life for higher levels of efficiency in the new year. I took a look at my inefficiencies in scheduling, filing and note-taking. Girl, I have two words for it....
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