[154] How to Build a Social Media Business by Being the Go-To Girl with Natalie Cutler-Welsh

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154 QuotesNot only does Natalie Cutler-Welsh have a great first name…she’s also in love with social media as much as I am, and has built her entire business around it.

In fact she’s an excellent example of someone who’s found their sweetspot and maximized it.

Natalie is a great networker and loves to connect people and help shine the light on their businesses, she enjoys the the medium of podcasting, blogging and networking on social media (and offline), has learned a lot about it and applied it to herself so that she can educate other entrepreneurs to succeed in using it too.

And these days she’s ramped up her business revenue from finding the right cross section of offerings both online and offline to build a healthy sales funnel of new traffic, leads and happy customers – from large in person networking events, to digital programs to mastermind groups.

As a mother-of-three she also openly shares how she mostly manages to juggle her family life and business and her experience as co-hosting the parenting blog, podcast and published book ‘If Only They’d Told Me’, before moving on to fully embracing her role as New Zealand’s Go To Girl of Social Media and Marketing.

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What you’ll learn in this podcast:

  • Building a business on social media one step at a time and becoming the go-to person
  • Natalie’s go-to social media sites she loves and uses to attract her ideal customers on
  • How Natalie has consistently reinvented her business offerings and raised her prices
  • The ups and downs of juggling an online business, podcast, family and love of social media
  • The go-to sources to look to for inspiration and the latest news to share via social media
  • Natalie’s prediction for the one key social media trend that you’ll want to focus on for the future

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  • I am listening this podcast for the 5th time and it is so enlightening. I love the fact that Natalie is so transparent and her vision is so vivid. Love it!

    • 5 times already – man that’s commitment and glad you’re learning so much.

      • There’s so much clarity in this podcast that I feel I want to listen again and again. It’s like following where she’s come from to where she is now and of course you’re our guru. If I get a chance to get to New Zealand I must meet her.

    • Yep I’m a bit of an open book lol!

  • I am listening this podcast for the 5th time and it is so enlightening. I love the fact that Natalie is so transparent and her vision is so vivid. Love it!

    • 5 times already – man that’s commitment and glad you’re learning so much.

      • There’s so much clarity in this podcast that I feel I want to listen again and again. It’s like following where she’s come from to where she is now and of course you’re our guru. If I get a chance to get to New Zealand I must meet her.

    • Yep I’m a bit of an open book lol!

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