Month: July 2017

Should I Market My Ministry?

Is It Okay to Market a Ministry? Okay, we get it. We do Web Presence, SEO, and Video Production for Small Businesses and Ministries. Our opinion on this topic may seem a little biased. But here at FeedbackWrench, we’re committed Christians first, and we really do want what’s best for your ministry. We would never endorse an idea for a ministry that we found to be morally wrong or even financially inappropriate. In our minds, it is far from wrong to market your ministry or church. However, there are a couple of understandably common concerns ministry and church leaders...

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How to Never Get Leads on Social Media

Never Get a Single Lead On Social Media It might sound like clickbait, but it’s not. There’s one surefire way to ensure that you never get a single lead via social media. This method is tried and true, and activated by millions of business on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and beyond. There are a few keys ways to activate this strategy, but really, if you utilize even one, you’ll be well on your way to never getting a lead on social media. Sell, Sell, Sell One of the first jobs I ever worked was for a retailer with this philosophy....

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How to Get Inspiration for Your Next Blog Post

Getting Inspired to Write Your Next Blog Post Blogging is easy, but blogging consistently is incredibly difficult. It’s not easy to find inspiration every day, three times a week, or even once a week. It’s not easy to set aside time every day to write. It’s definitely not easy to find new topics that are interesting enough to write about. However, most bloggers understand that their work is definitely worth the effort, and they also realize that keeping up with a consistent posting schedule is the foundation of success for any blog. But that doesn’t change this simple fact...

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The Ultimate Guide to Selling on Etsy

Selling on Etsy Doesn’t Have to be Hard When you’re in the process of setting up your business on Etsy, it seems like it should be easy to sell lots of product. However, as days one, two, and three go by without any sales, it starts to feel like no one wants your product. A couple of years ago, I worked with my wife to set up an Etsy business, and we had to wait over a month for our first sale. This sale came long after we’d received countless item and shop favorites. One item was even selected...

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Entrepreneurs Wear Too Many Hats

Entrepreneurs Wear Too Many Hats As an entrepreneur, we’re willing to bet that you’ve used the phrase “I wear a lot of hats.” If you haven’t used the phrase, you’ve certainly heard it. We understand small businesses, and we love this mentality that entrepreneurs take on. We love their ability to solve problems and tackle obstacles instead of yielding to them. In a small business or as a solo entrepreneur, it’s just a fact that you’ll have to take on many roles. However, if you cling to each and every hat that you wear as your business grows, you...

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