From the monthly archives:

March 2010

TVPG Radio Show: The Success of a Landscape Artist

March 25, 2010

On Wednesday, March 24, the TVPG, Get More Business, Radio Show had a guest on the show.  Adam Horning was our guest and shared with us some of his techniques for taking a very small start up business in 2005, in a very crowded field, to company that made just shy of a million dollars last […]

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TVPG Radio Show: St. Patrick’s Day Networking

March 22, 2010

This week on the TVPG, Get More Business, Radio Show, we celebrated St. Patrick’s Day.  We tied most of the topics from the show to our theme of St. Patty’s Day and I was on location at my local Networking for Women in the Heartland Luncheon at the Schmidt Coca-Cola Museum in Elizabethtown, KY. As […]

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TVPG Radio Show: Want to grow your business – Volunteer!

March 11, 2010

You are struggling with capital for advertising and need to get your message out.  You use all of the social media tools you can think of, but can’t seem to grab a hold of local consumers. Sound familiar?   It is a common problem for many small business owners and there are a few ways to pick up […]

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Publicity for Free – is it possible?

March 6, 2010

This week’s TVPG, Get More Business, Radio Show revolved around two topics that are near and dear to my heart – volunteerism and Free Publicity.  Is it possible for the two to intertwine? You bet!  As a matter of fact, I have built the majority of my business on the basic “how to get free […]

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Rebuilding the Brand as a Radio Co- host

March 3, 2010

Last Wednesday was my first broadcast as a co host of TVPG Radio Show, Get More Business. I am co-hosting with Jason Sanders , Rich Bradley and Josh Chandler. We had a great time and I have enjoyed getting to know the guys prior to today. I think the format will work well for this particular platform and I am looking forward to the shows to come. This week coming up is going to be fabulous

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