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So far Mallory Schlabach has created 58 blog entries.

#057: How to Inspire Wanderlust with Wendy Livingston Guth

By | 2019-07-18T12:54:14+00:00 July 18th, 2019|Clarity, Female Entrepreneurs|

Wanderlust. Perhaps it’s not a word you would use to describe yourself. At least not until you meet Wendy. Today on the podcast, I am joined by Wendy Livingston Guth, the founder of Rebel on the Go Travel. Wendy is a travel advisor that helps people plan family trips, weekend getaways, work retreats and more. Running a business that so many people put into their bucket list, it’s crucial that Wendy nail who her ideal client is to keep her travel company sailing. On this episode, we break down exactly what Wendy does, who she does

#056: [On-Air Strategy] How do I use my unique story in marketing?

By | 2019-07-10T10:37:04+00:00 July 11th, 2019|How To..., On-Air Marketing Strategy, Social Media Marketing|

Want to know the secret to attract clients to your business? Storytelling. Without it, your dream clients won’t know what you do or how you can serve them. Whether it's through copy or when you are speaking with a potential client, you should be leading them to your direction through the words you are using.  On today’s on-air strategy session, I am talking to Melody Morris, of Total Energy Healing USA. I chat with her about the importance of setting up a story for clients before you even meet them and figuring out which online platforms

#055: 13 Ways to Attract New Clients

By | 2019-07-05T02:46:06+00:00 July 5th, 2019|Getting More Clients, How To...|

How do you attract and find MORE clients? This most certainly is one of my most-asked questions of all times. How in the world DO you attract new clients, whether you're an online business or a local business, whether you have a hybrid business or both? We're going to talk about all those things as well as the four things you need to have before you start attracting clients. The first thing you need to do no matter how far along you are in business is: You have to first have a platform. This can be

#054: [On-Air Strategy] How do I show up on social media as an introvert?

By | 2019-06-27T14:24:20+00:00 June 27th, 2019|How To..., On-Air Marketing Strategy, Social Media Marketing|

Does the thought of social media and building community online completely terrify you? What if it’s the main way you promote your business? As a business owner, it’s almost crazy to not use social media as an asset to your business and as a visibility tool. But if you’re someone who enjoys privacy, avoid the spotlight and feels uncomfortable with small talk, social platforms can give you the hives -- just thinking about putting yourself out in the open over and over.  On today’s on-air strategy session I am chatting with Emma Lee Bates, a sales

#053: How to Curb Loneliness as an Entrepreneur with Kelley Sanabria

By | 2019-06-19T03:47:06+00:00 June 20th, 2019|Female Entrepreneurs, Success Mindset|

Loneliness and entrepreneurship go hand in hand. The good news is, you don’t have to face the journey of running your own business alone. On today’s episode, I am joined by Kelley Sanabria of Femworking, an online community of masterminds specifically for female entrepreneurs. We chat about the importance of having people in your corner that you can tap into and the mindset shifts that can occur from having outside opinions from other people. You will find out what surprised Kelley the most about being an entrepreneur and how she came up with the idea for

#052: 10 Things I Wish I Knew When I Started My Business

By | 2019-06-13T16:03:04+00:00 June 13th, 2019|How To..., Scaling a Business|

This weekend marks a double anniversary for my business. Two years of Marketing Magic and one year of hosting this podcast! What a wild ride it's been -- and I'm sure, if you had to start over again there'd be some things you'd do different or wish you knew. That's exactly what this episode is about. It's 10 lessons I've learned in since starting Marketing Magic -- both business, personal and podcasting. Lesson #1 - Trust your gut! Whether you're just starting out, thinking about launching a business, been in business a while or been around

#051: My market is saturated! How do I make myself stand out with Tressa Krenzer

By | 2019-06-12T12:17:18+00:00 June 6th, 2019|Getting More Clients, Local Marketing, On-Air Marketing Strategy|

Many entrepreneurs stop themselves in their tracks by putting limits on what they can accomplish with sayings such as “I can’t do it, the market is already too saturated.” That is exactly what we are going to be talking about today. On today’s on-air strategy session I am joined by Tressa Krenzer, a Reiki Master practitioner and yoga instructor. We discuss the myth of a saturated market and how Tressa’s business stands out from other yoga studios. She shares what her current marketing message is and how she is using referral partners within her community and

#050: How do I market my summer camps to a completely different audience?

By | 2019-05-30T01:30:37+00:00 May 30th, 2019|How To..., Local Marketing, On-Air Marketing Strategy|

One of the biggest setbacks that brick and mortar business owners face is getting people in the door. Add the fact that a lot of local businesses cater to niche markets AND can be seasonal -- and it makes for a challenging time growing a business. On today’s on-air marketing strategy session, we will be chatting with Rosie Samad, a franchise owner of Wine and Design, a paint and sip studio in Winston-Salem, NC. We dive into how Rosie can fill her brand new kids summer camps and figure out exactly how she should be marketing

#049: How to be a Serial Entrepreneur Without Burning Out with Hayley Luckadoo

By | 2019-05-16T02:28:40+00:00 May 23rd, 2019|Female Entrepreneurs, Scaling a Business, Success Mindset|

While we grow as entrepreneurs, our businesses grow and evolve too. Today on the podcast, I am joined by Hayley Luckadoo, a serial entrepreneur that continues to transform her business. She shares how she originally started as a wedding planner and how she ended up becoming a virtual assistant, motivational speaker, and coach. We discuss her podcast, Females on Fire and why she started it as an outlet for women. We also chat about the importance of connecting with others as an entrepreneur, avoiding burnout, and taking time out for ourselves. If you are feeling overwhelmed

#048: How do I Market A Brand New Product to a New Audience? with Joanna Sapir

By | 2019-05-16T02:03:16+00:00 May 16th, 2019|Clarity, On-Air Marketing Strategy|

Launching a brand new product or service can be scary. How do you price it? How do you package it up and tie it with a pretty marketing bow? Will the market pay as much as you want to charge because you know how valuable it is-- and they may not yet? This and so much more was on the agenda for today’s guest: Joanna Sapir, a business coach, and consultant who helps entrepreneurs create a more profitable and sustainable business through automation and sales processes. On today’s on-air strategy session, I chat with Joanna, a