Thursday, November 12, 2015

187: Website Design, Small Business Marketing Lessons from The Whole Bowl Portland with Tali Ovadia





Show Notes for “Help My Business!” Episode #187 (Scroll down for Comments)

Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

TrySumoMe (must-have free plugin that works on any website)

Easy Mailing System (Print mailing labels at home in the U.S.)

Membership Profits Live (3 Day Membership Site Training)

The Whole Bowl (Tali Ovadia’s food truck business in Portland)

NiftyClicks (Discover the best online tools and resources)

Submit Your Website For Review (on the Internet Intervention Segment)

Big Lessons Book (Andrew’s NEW book for small business marketing strategies)

Instagram Get Stimulating Quotations & Inspiration from Me On Instagram

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First, I share a horrifying website design from… a graphic and website design company!  Your website represents the first impression of your business.  Is your website up to date?  People do tend to judge a business by it’s website.

Tali Ovadia from The Whole Bowl in Portland has created an incredible food cart business in that city.  In this episode I interview her, and we discuss how she came up with the idea, challenges she’s faced along the entrepreneurial journey, pricing strategies, menu creation, and other small business marketing lessons.

As usual, please let me know your thoughts about the episode – leave your comment below, it’s really easy to do, and I’d LOVE to hear whatever is on your mind!

Enjoy the show!


P.S. Have you watched the last episode #186 yet?


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