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How To Follow Up with Contacts After a Networking Event

  • January 25, 2019

If you’re like me, you network with other professionals, in the hopes of finding new clients. But what are you supposed to do after you meet people at networking events and exchange cards?

It’s important to get organized after the networking event. I know, I know, I’ve had business cards scattered all over my desk and not done anything with them for a week after an event. But it’ll help you in the long run.


If You Don’t Know What You Want for Your Business, How Can You Get It?

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The other day, I was chatting with someone I hadn’t seen in a while. She asked how my business was doing.

“Business? Er, it’s fine.”

My reply shocked me, because normally I grin and say, “Really well, thanks!” But lately I’ve been feeling a little adrift in terms of what I want for my business, and therefore business hasn’t been booming like normal. I realize it’s my own damn fault.

I’m a big believer in setting intentions and making what you want a reality. I do it in my personal life, so why wasn’t I doing it for my business? Can you relate?

New Year Business Resolutions for Egg Marketing 2019

Forgive me for being one of those die-hard resolution makers. I made my first New Year resolutions on this blog 10 years ago, and it’s a practice I plan to keep up. Taking time to slow down and think about what I want for my business in the coming year is an excellent exercise (okay, okay, it’s eggcellent. I’ll let you slide with one egg joke this year), and keeps me focused.

Rod Austin Interview

Marketing Eggspert Interview: Rod Austin of Pagely

Welcome to our interview series, where we introduce you to marketers around the globe. Every few weeks, we’ll dive into best practices and tips from people who live and breathe marketing. To be considered for an upcoming interview, please contact

Tell us who you are and what you do (include job title).

Rod Austin, Director of Marketing at Pagely.


5 Things We Micropreneurs Really Want for Christmas

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As I’m making my holiday wish list on Amazon and sending it to my mother (Don’t judge! Don’t you wish your mom still sent you fuzzy socks for Christmas?), I’m thinking about those less tangible things I’d love someone to give me that are perfect for a micropreneur like myself (someone who operates a business on a very small scale).

If Santa is reading this, here are the things this micropreneur hopes to find in her stocking on Christmas morning:

On Losing a Great Employee

One of the biggest headaches for any business owner — but particularly a micropreneur, who does the bulk of the work but may have a freelancer or two — is finding and keeping good talent. I’ve worked with a dozen freelance writers over the past 13 years with Egg, and I know how hard it is to find not only talented writers but also people who are reliable and willing to work with me for years.

How to Be a Kick-Ass #GirlBoss (or #BoyBoss)

I’m not sure why so many businesses — large and small — fall into the same patterns and processes…and then wonder why they don’t work. Meetings. Customer service scripts. Invoicing processes. All of these things can be dull as lead…but they don’t have to be.

Today I want to inspire you to think outside of the corporate box about how your business should be run. Remember: you’re the #GirlBoss or #BoyBoss. You aren’t beholden to how other companies do things. Make it your own! Set your own rules.

Gift Of Time

Happy Birthday to Me. On Giving Yourself the Gift of Time

Hi there folks. Rather than talking about content marketing this month, I wanted to veer off subject slightly and take more of an entrepreneurial and work/life balance slant this post. I want to talk about the importance of giving yourself the gift of time.

My birthday is in two days. I’ll be 41 (shout out to my editor, Sian, who also celebrated a birthday this month! We’re a bunch of Libras!). I won’t be working on my birthday because: BIRTHDAY! And the best gift I’m giving myself is that gift of time.

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