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Congrats, friend – by completing this quiz, you've shown your commitment to creating a new revenue stream 💲 According to your responses, your best bet is a freelance writing, designing, or graphic designing business!Your imagination + critical thinking skills = magic. And rest assured that there are hundreds of people willing to pay for your services – you just have to get serious about putting yourself out there...As a freelancer, you'll be able to set your own hours and pursue your passion, but that doesn't mean it's always a walk in the park. Owning a business comes with a lot of responsibility, but I'm willing to bet you've got what it takes!"If you can dream it, you can do it." – Walt DisneyHow to Kick-Start Your Online Business in Three Simple Steps1. Narrow Down Your NicheNo matter what sort of online business you're starting, it's necessary to niche way the heck down. If you're new to entrepreneurship, niching down means deciding on your ideal customer or client and aligning your marketing with their interests and needs – the more specific you can be, the better!Say you want to sell to new mothers, instead of leaving it at that, dig a little deeper – maybe your ideal customer or client is actually a health-conscious mom trying to stay in shape while caring for her baby. Instead of leaning on generalities, niching down will allow you to speak directly to her and make her feel seen.2. Establish an Online Presence Once you've niched down your target demographic, it's time to establish your online presence. I ALWAYS recommend starting with a website, so you have somewhere to direct your social media traffic. WordPress, Squarespace, and Wix make building a site easy, but if tech isn't your thing, consider hiring a website designer.Next, pick a couple of social media platforms to focus in on. While it can be tempting to create content across all platforms – especially for a new business – keeping up with that many demands can be overwhelming and might leave you feeling drained. If you're uncertain, stick with Facebook and Instagram.3. Get the Word OutSo you're all set up online... now what? Start creating content and connecting with potential customers and clients! A steady stream of content is useful because it can help establish you as an expert in your field and get your name out there. On top of that, use your new social media accounts to reach out to your ideal customers and clients. Don't be shy, friend, it's time to make yourself known."Who's the Marketing Maven Behind All These Tips?" I'm Glad You Asked... Hey, hi, hello – I'm Nathalie Allison 👋 I'm a certified entrepreneurship coach specializing in social media. My passion? Developing content plans perfectly tailored to your target demographic. On top of that, I'll give you whatever guidance you may need to launch your online business. From an online shop to a blog, I've got your back 🙌Want to Start Your Online Business Off Right? Check Out These Bonus Resources1. Read this post on my blog! I fill you in on what you need to ask yourself before starting your online business. There's no way I'm letting you come to this party unprepared 🥳2. Check out my podcast The Marketing Maven. I interview female entrepreneurs to find out their secrets for money-making success!3. Book a coaching session with me! Let's get your business started – on our first call, we'll figure out your unique blueprint and set some serious social media goals.P.S. Expect to See Me in Your Inbox with Online Business Tips Galore!