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Post by TheGildedCat on Wed May 29, 2013 3:07 pm

Hola awesome peoples!

I have a quick couple of questions for you if you've got the time.
1.) How often do you listen to podcasts?
2.) Do you listen to podcasts on the go (in your car while stuck in traffic) or at home?
3.) Would you listen to a podcast with tips and trick about how to make your face painting business better?
4.) If the podcast contained occaisional interviews, what kind of content would you want to hear about?
5.) What's your biggest business obstacle? So, not problems like linework and blending but maybe writing contracts, or getting a phone shopper to book you?

Just curious!
Cheers,
Julie
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Re: Podcasts: Improving your face painting business

Post by Winger1200 on Wed May 29, 2013 6:54 pm

Julie, I listen to tapes all the time in the car and would love the chance to hear tips & interviews about face painting and
How to land that phone shopper only interested in cheapest prices Razz
How to get more restaurant gigs
How to deal with moms of REALLY spoiled bratty kids
How to deal with beyond belief rude demanding moms
Special thanks in advance.
Susan
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Post by silversky on Wed May 29, 2013 9:31 pm

I love podcasts!!! I live a 20 minute drive from everywhere and always have one playing...
-All of the above that winger mentioned
-Tips on organisation- ie what you should be doing daily, weekly to keep business going
-I/v's from other face painters on how they first started in the biz, I love a backstory, and maybe funny things that happen on the job
Thanks
Louise
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Re: Podcasts: Improving your face painting business

Post by Guest on Wed May 29, 2013 9:49 pm

1.) How often do you listen to podcasts?

What's a podcast?

2.) Do you listen to podcasts on the go (in your car while stuck in traffic) or at home?

See above.

3.) Would you listen to a podcast with tips and trick about how to make your face painting business better?

Probably not.

4.) If the podcast contained occaisional interviews, what kind of content would you want to hear about?

See above.

5.) What's your biggest business obstacle? So, not problems like linework and blending but maybe writing contracts, or getting a phone shopper to book you?

Getting a sitter for mom, and increasing number of competitors charging HALF of what I charge.

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Re: Podcasts: Improving your face painting business

Post by JJJJJ on Wed May 29, 2013 9:55 pm

To me, "podcast" is maybe a form of spring planting??? cyclops

Nah, I think I know what they are, but my answers are Shannon's, above. 1 - 4. And biggest business obstacle is probably similar, too.

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