Today more than ever it is important for YOU to own your own piece of Online Real Estate. As Bill Gates said, “If you don’t have a presence on the internet you don’t have a business.”
Creating a blog can be a simple way to do exactly that.
This Monday, October 11th at 9pm EST, we’ll be walking through the first steps of creating a blog to help to understand why this is so important and the necessary components you need to set up your own blog and claim your piece of Online Real Estate. And if you already have a blog, you’ll benefit too, by gaining insights and tips to help make your blog more effective.
If you missed any of our prior webinars such as: Creating & Marketing EProducts, Recruit Season, Autoresponders, Utilizing SendOutCards & the new PicturePlus 2.0 for your Business, Internet Real Estate, Utilizing the WorksTeam for your Business, Coaching: Getting It & Doing It, you can listen to the recordings of the ones you missed in the WorksTeam Library. Don’t miss other upcoming WorksTeam webinars:
- Using Video Correctly
- Team Building
- Creating your Facebook Page – part 1 & 2
- Beyond the Keywords: More Writing Tips for Creative Content
See the Webinar schedule, recent recordings and register for these upcoming free webinar trainings on the Works Team Webinars Page
(you need to log in, or if you aren’t already a WorksTeam member, you need to join as a free limited access or regular WorksTeam member to access this page)
You are welcome to join this Works Team webinar , and other Monday night webinars at no cost. We record the webinars each week, but to access to the WorksTeam site, you need to become a member of the WorksTeam. Read about your WorksTeam membership options.
Also, WorksTeam members have access to the Mentorship Community. Our small group coaching session is at 7:30pm EST every Monday, prior to our regular WorksTeam training webinar, every Thursday at 8pm EST, every Wed. at 10:30am EST, 12 noon EST, 3pm EST and Sat. at 9:30am! – . WorksTeam members have the opportunity to ask questions and get advice from our own Curt Johnson, founder of the WorksTeam and the mastermind group Renegade Ann Sieg came out of, as well as founding members Wendy Mills and Steven Webber, and other WorksTeam leaders Marsha Godwin, Daviette Tettey, Carol Meade, Samantha Gardner, Migdalia Johnson, Jan Probst, and Dee Briggs.
This is a great opportunity to apply what you are learning and develop your communication and leadership skills, so get on the Mentorship Community webinar and volunteer to role play with our WorksTeam leaders!
To register for the WorksTeam Mentorship Community coaching session, login to the WorksTeam site and go to the Mentorship Community page from the Members Home page or drop down menu