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Why Your Social Media is Being Ignored

Why Your Social Media Is Being Ignored

In order to keep your social media from being ignored, you must understand how to make the algorithm work for you, using the Content Recipe to build relationships, your role as a Style Educator, and the Content Sanity Method.

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5 Reasons You Should Use The Tailwind App

5 Reasons You Should Use The Tailwind App

There has never been a better time to use Pinterest for Business. Pro-bloggers, influencers, and brands have used the Tailwind App for years to their advantage, so why shouldn’t you? Here we are breaking down the 5 reasons you should be using it too!

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Boutique Business Tips | The Boutique Hub

Twitter for Boutiques: 101

You’re Facebook savvy, but is Twitter intimidating? Let’s fix that! Here are some basic Twitter tips in Facebook language to get you started tweeting your way to new sales! 1.  Know the lingo TWEET – a 140 character “status update” shared in real time RT or RETWEET –  “sharing” someone else’s tweet on your own “page” or visa-versa FAVORITE – “liking” someone’s tweet (it’s a little star) #HASHTAG – used to

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Why Your Social Media is Being Ignored

Why Your Social Media Is Being Ignored

In order to keep your social media from being ignored, you must understand how to make the algorithm work for you, using the Content Recipe to build relationships, your role as a Style Educator, and the Content Sanity Method.

Read More »
5 Reasons You Should Use The Tailwind App

5 Reasons You Should Use The Tailwind App

There has never been a better time to use Pinterest for Business. Pro-bloggers, influencers, and brands have used the Tailwind App for years to their advantage, so why shouldn’t you? Here we are breaking down the 5 reasons you should be using it too!

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Boutique Business Tips | The Boutique Hub

Twitter for Boutiques: 101

You’re Facebook savvy, but is Twitter intimidating? Let’s fix that! Here are some basic Twitter tips in Facebook language to get you started tweeting your way to new sales! 1.  Know the lingo TWEET – a 140 character “status update” shared in real time RT or RETWEET –  “sharing” someone else’s tweet on your own “page” or visa-versa FAVORITE – “liking” someone’s tweet (it’s a little star) #HASHTAG – used to

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To Be Interesting, You Have To Be Interested

Welcome to another edition of Five Minute Friday! Today, I want to explore a quote that sparked thought for me. The quote goes: “To be interesting, you have to be interesting. To be loved, you have to love. To be friends, you have to be friendly. And to be interesting, you’ve got to be interested.”

This simple yet profound statement holds valuable insights, especially for those of us navigating the realms of business and personal growth. Let’s unpack what it means and how it can transform our interactions and relationships.

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Small Town Dreams to Big Time Success: Building a Business with Heart

Welcome back to the Boutique Chat podcast! Today’s conversation promises to be an enlightening one as we delve into the journey of Kari Patfield, a successful boutique owner hailing from small-town America. Join us as we uncover the insights and strategies that have fueled Kari business growth and positioned her as a standout entrepreneur in her community.

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Effective Merchandising Tools to Display Your Summer Inventory! 

JR Visual has compiled a list of effective merchandising tools that can be used to showcase your summer merchandise in the best possible way. It can be challenging to display summer items in a way that is both visually appealing and easy for shoppers to browse through. Therefore, here are some practical tools that you can use in your store, along with multiple ways to use them this season!

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The Bus Rule

Welcome to another edition of Five Minute Friday! Today, I want to explore a rather unusual, albeit important, scenario — what if you suddenly couldn’t manage your business? It’s a scenario we seldom like to consider, dubbed the “Bus Rule,” but preparing for it is crucial for any entrepreneur aiming for long-term success and resilience.

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