WHO IS MONICA BADIU?
Woman of 100 ideas per second 😀 I help small business & entrepreneurs learn and implement marketing strategies for their blogs & Pinterest 😍
Thanks for reading this.
I am a passionate marketing professional, experienced in brand development, content creation and social media.
Since 2011, I've been helping clients from all over the world and all kinds of industries, understand and achieve their so very different objectives. From event promotion to web design and B2B campaigns, fashion tradeshows and e-commerce stores, to music bands promotion and wedding photography branding, I've done them all and I loved every moment of it.
I have made the switch from overall management of a brand's marketing and strategy to what I love most: content strategy, Pinterest optimization and sharing the knowledge.
I am a content strategist, Pinterest manager and marketing coach.
I know how hard it is to start a new business, to build the courage to work on your dream and grow it to success. I've been there several times, both as a small business owner myself and as a marketing consultant hired by others to help them get started.
This is why I decided to share all my true-and-tried tips and strategies with all of you who don't know where to start, what you're doing wrong or where to improve.
Marketing a workshop or your yoga business doesn’t have to be super pushy, long and boring. It can be an expression of happiness, a driver of motivation and even a positive intent sent out into the universe. Ask to receive what you need. Here are 27 marketing action steps to help you promote your yoga workshops using your website, social media, email and traditional media.
If you teach yoga and you’re looking for ways to inspire others, share that love on Pinterest. 63% of millennial pinners use Pinterest to discover new brands and products to buy. Share your favorite poses, your morning routines, your go-to stretches, your favorite books on yoga or your next meditation retreat. Your audience is on Pinterest and it is waiting for your content
While I found it easy to understand the role SEO plays in content marketing, most of my clients and fellow digital entrepreneurs have a hard time navigating the many terms and areas of optimization entailed in this strategy. So I jumped at the opportunity when the guys at Qreuz invited me to talk about my SEO experience
I’ve been stuck brainstorming new blog ideas several times. And every single time, there was a mix of tools and data that helped me move forward and discover some great new content ideas that people were actually interested in learning more.
Shit happens when we least expect it. That's just how life is. It takes you by surprise and the only way to overcome it is to find a way to deal with it. And try to stay positive when everything around you seems to be going down in flames.
One of the ways I came up with boosting my energy at the end of a full month is to go through everything I've been up to. The idea is to summarize the highlights of the month in an attempt to keep track of my progress and to prove to myself that despite my exhaustion I have created something. It's an exercise, I dare to say, you should try it yourself.
Today in One Day a Week Is all it Takes: How to learn anything (podcast episode with Noah Kagan, the Chief Sumo at Sumo.com) and Facebook's Explore Feed feature.
Today in One Day a Week Is all it Takes: How to craft viral content and how to build your virtual team and personal brand.
I saved a lot of resources from last year's KDP book launch campaign and updated that list with a bunch of new tips that helped me craft an awesome description for this upcoming launch.
Today in One Day a Week Is all it Takes: How to grow an email list using social media, PR and offline events, and how to identify, define and re-engage inactive email subscribers.