Paper Cuts: The 4 Most Helpful Paper Cut Topics from Sincerely, Jackie
I thought I would change things up this week and share some of the posts that have been most helpful for all of you, just in case you've missed one! I get a lot of feedback about these topics, as well as suggestions for future topics, and I noticed that some suggestions started coming in for topics that I've already covered. So let's take a little walk down memory lane, shall we?
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1. My post on What Not to Ask on Social Media covers some sensitive, but REALLY IMPORTANT information. It's a must-read for everybody, and got the biggest reaction from readers.
2. I shared my own struggles and triumphs with the various advertising opportunities that exist for all of us. I was brutally honest in sharing which avenues worked for me, and which were flat out disasters. After hitting "post" on the advertising topic, I heard loud and clear from many of who you had similar experiences, or who were appreciative of the feedback.
3. As a product-based business, finding the right vendor is one of the most important aspects of your growth and success. There are a lot of preconceived notions about what businesses think they "should" be doing, but at the end of the day it's most important to find the right vendor, whatever that means for you and your business. I shared my own struggle with finding local vendors, and the BIG lessons I learned along the way.
4. Just last week I opened up very candidly about the costs associated with having a business. It's a wakeup call, but something I suggest you ALL read. If you have a business, you need to be honest about the money you're making (or not making) to ensure that you truly have a business, and not just a very expensive hobby.
So there you have it, the top 4 most helpful posts so far!
Wednesdays here on the blog are all about sharing Paper Cuts, which is a behind-the-scenes, down to Earth business advice series. I hope you've enjoyed today's Paper Cuts topic, and look forward to having you back next time! To read past Paper Cut posts, click here.