With Grace and Gold: The Podcast

With Grace and Gold: The Podcast

By With Grace and Gold
Since 2014, With Grace and Gold has served more than 400 creative business owners through award-winning, professional brand and web design. Grow your creative business with purpose and strategy with Kelly and Andra of With Grace and Gold.
@withgraceandgold
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007: How to Write Your Service Descriptions

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014: When and How to Raise Your Prices
The way you price your products and services matters. There are so many details to consider like — your overhead, the cost to produce your products and services, the value of your time, and how you hope to position your business. The decision to raise your prices often stems from an idea like this: In order to work fewer hours - or, let’s be honest, in order to work reasonable business hours - and serve fewer people through a more personal experience, the prices of your products and services should or need to be raised. So, should you raise your prices?  It’s a question that seems to lead to even more questions: What will happen if I raise my prices? What if prospective clients say my prices are too high? In today’s episode, we’re going to share when — and how — to raise your prices. www.withgraceandgold.com @withgraceandgold
09:23
April 9, 2020
013: You Should Hire a Web Designer If...
Someone once told us, “Every successful business owner knows when to outsource.” If we think about the businesses and business owners we look up to, we see how knowing when to outsource can make all the difference. Outsourcing for your brand design, web design, photography, videography, or social media management can truly uplift your business. As business owners, we are stronger together — so when we outsource, we can experience a type of success we simply couldn’t have experienced alone. Today, we’re going to explore when it’s time for you to hire a web designer for your business. www.withgraceandgold.com @withgraceandgold
08:16
April 3, 2020
012: 3 Business Lessons Learned from Target
If you’ve followed along with With Grace and Gold for awhile, you know our favorite place in the entire world is… Target. We refer to Target as the mothership, because it’s basically our happy place — a place we always want to visit. But, why do we — and so many of us — love Target so much? Like, how has Target become more of a lifestyle than a store? In our opinion, from a business perspective, Target does so much well. Today, we’re sharing 3 business lessons we’ve learned from Target — and because With Grace and Gold clearly has a completely different business model than Target does, these lessons might surprise you and serve your business, too! www.withgraceandgold.com @withgraceandgold
07:06
March 27, 2020
011: Your Passive Income Action Plan
Just as in life, small businesses have seasons — busy seasons, quiet seasons — and even seasons of working on our businesses, and in them. These seasons can create hills and valleys — schedule-wise, revenue-wise, and peace-of-mind-wise. These hills and valleys aren’t always easy to journey through. As business owners, we create our own schedules and our own structure — in seasons like the one we’re in now, not knowing what to do next can feel overwhelming. You might have questions like: How can I create consistency in my business all year long, and therefore, experience more peace of mind in my business? Today, we’re exploring a passive income action plan. Based upon our experiences at With Grace and Gold, we’re sharing how we recommend approaching passive income and diversification within your business. www.withgraceandgold.com @withgraceandgold
13:19
March 19, 2020
010: Listen to This Before Rebranding
Having a professional brand is something we believe every small business owner should experience — because having an intentional brand creates peace of mind. You can rest assured knowing your brand and website are working for you and moving your business forward — even when you’re not working. Today, I’m excited to share about rebranding and when it’s best to pursue a new brand for your business. www.withgraceandgold.com @withgraceandgold
07:14
March 11, 2020
009: 5 Tips for Better Client Communication
These days, having an online business can mean you’re not only serving clients within your community — but you could also be serving clients from all over the world. For many of us, communication is at the heart of our businesses. So, how can we ensure we are communicating as professionally, and as effectively as possible — creating a personal client experience and running our businesses smoothly? Today, we're exploring 5 tips for better client communication! www.withgraceandgold.com @withgraceandgold
06:07
March 6, 2020
008: Are you offering too many services?
For the past 6 years, we’ve offered just three packages. We have 3 clearly-defined processes for each package, and as a result, With Grace and Gold runs really smoothly. We’re able to clearly communicate who we are and what we do, we’re able to connect with Ideal Clients who are looking for what we have to offer, and we’re able to experience clarity and purpose when we open our computers every day and get to work. Today, I’m going to share the problem with offering too many services — and how you can strategically decide which services are right for your business. www.withgraceandgold.com @withgraceandgold
09:57
February 29, 2020
007: How to Write Your Service Descriptions
For service-based businesses, the way we present our services matters. As small business owners, we are so familiar with our own businesses — which means we may accidentally overlook the details of our businesses and our services that our prospective clients will connect with most. Today, we’re excited to share how to write your service descriptions so you can connect with your audience and more effectively sell your services. www.withgraceandgold.com @withgraceandgold
07:26
February 18, 2020
006: Five Ways to Debut Your New Brand
Having a new brand can be a blend of both exciting and overwhelming. Once you’ve got a new brand for your business — a new logo design, new patterns, new font styles, a new color palette — what do you do? Where do you even begin? Having a new brand means beginning an entirely new season in your business. Whether you worked with a professional designer over the course of several weeks, or you worked tirelessly at perfecting your own brand, it’s likely you feel pressured to get the debut of your new brand right.  In today's episode, we’re sharing 5 ways to debut your new brand. www.withgraceandgold.com @withgraceandgold
06:28
February 13, 2020
005: 10 Things to Do When Business is Slow
At With Grace and Gold, we believe the most important thing to do in your small business is to be proactive all year long so that you can create as much consistency in your small business as possible — to build systems into your business so you’re continuously uplifting key areas of your business. That way, whether you’re in a busy season or a slow season you can rely on a foundation to earn more consistent revenue all year long. @withgraceandgold www.withgraceandgold.com
08:52
February 7, 2020
004: What Your Brand Designer Wants You to Know
At With Grace and Gold, we feel so honored to serve creative women in business through brand design. While brand design is part of our everyday work, we understand how new and unfamiliar brand design is for our prospective clients and current clients. Today, we wanted to share three things your brand designer wants you to know about your business, your brand, and the process of creating a brand for you. While we can’t speak for every brand designer, we can speak from our years of brand design experience. Here are three things we want you to know! @withgraceandgold www.withgraceandgold.com
07:54
January 31, 2020
003: Why Your Blog is More Important Than You Think
At the start of our small business journey in 2014, we aimed to write 3-5 blog posts per week. Nowadays, we approach blogging in a much more relaxed way. Still, we can’t say enough about how big a role blogging played — and continues to play — in our business. Today, we’re excited to share why your blog is more important than you think — along with a few ways to create blog content whether you’re not feeling very creative, or you’re just feeling a little nervous to click publish. @withgraceandgold www.withgraceandgold.com
09:05
January 24, 2020
002: Why the Best Kind of Marketing is Free
Investing in the right kind of marketing for your business is important. In fact, investing in the right kind of anything for your business is important. But, for many small business owners, investing in products or services to enhance their business isn’t always possible. That’s why we believe in the power of marketing your business for free. In today’s episode, we're sharing why we believe the best kind of marketing can be done for free. @withgraceandgold www.withgraceandgold.com
09:42
January 17, 2020
001: Why Your Story Matters + How to Share It
Every small business has a story — a story of why it began, or in our case, where it began. Your story not only allows you to feel "at home" in your business, but it can also help you to build a meaningful connection with your audience, and therefore, grow your business. In today's episode, we're sharing the story of how With Grace and Gold came to be, along with 3 tips for understanding and using your story in your small business. @withgraceandgold www.withgraceandgold.com
08:34
January 16, 2020
With Grace and Gold: The Podcast (Trailer)
Since 2014, With Grace and Gold has served more than 400 creative business owners through award-winning, professional brand and web design. Grow your creative business with purpose and strategy with Kelly and Andra of With Grace and Gold.
00:59
January 15, 2020