Join Me For a Six-Week Marketing Blitz

Marketing makes the difference between little money and big dollars in the freelance business. The ultimate prize of marketing is success—building a bigger and better business. Katie Navarra wants to help inspire you to kick off a marketing blitz with a six-week challenge.

“I’m looking forward to having a group get together to encourage, motivate and inspire one another to elevate our businesses,” Navarra said. “I’ve participated in marketing challenges and have found them a great way to get over the procrastination hump. I’ve seen immediate and long-term increases to my bottom line out of the efforts.”

Whether you’re just starting a gig of your own or looking to take it to the next level, this highly-focused marketing blitz can help you get started on your goals. The challenge will kick off on Monday, July 13, 2020 and run through Friday, August 21, 2020.

“It’s a fun way to encourage you to market yourself heavily for six weeks and hear ideas others share strategies that are working,” she said.

Each week you’ll receive tips on leveling up your business and ideas to drive growth. The tips often include mini-challenges. For example, “Think about a story source, find out where they attended college and pitch an article featuring that individual to the individual’s alumni publication,” Navarra explained.

Every marketing activity counts for “points.” Activities can range from promotion to pitching and sending out letters of introductions to potential new clients. The individual with the highest score at the end of the week will receive a small gift. Prizes range from gift cards to eBooks and other resources to help you grow your business. The fee to participate is $25 per person.

Sign-up today by emailing me at katienavarra@yahoo.com.

Katie Navarra
katienavarra@yahoo.com
(518) 312-7032

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