There’s nothing more frustrating than running a Facebook group where no-one engages. You’ve spent time creating a safe space for members. Poured your heart and soul into creating amazing content. Then barely a single like or comment for your efforts.
It’s tough when you’re not getting the clients you need. When the income dries up, the panic and overwhelm quickly sets in. You can spend your time flitting from one tactic to the next, hoping something works. But what if
Facebook groups can be a great way to build relationships with more pet parents. And in fact, some groups have thousands of members that could be prefect customers for your business. But before I dive in, this is not about
If you haven’t caught on to the awesome power of Pinterest for your pet business yet, you could be missing a trick. Because users on Pinterest are far more likely to buy than on any other social platform. (Although, Pinterest
We all know we need to be active on social media. Sharing posts builds confidence with your audience and generates leads and sales. But when there are so many other tasks battling for your time, it’s tough. Serving clients (no