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How to love it, plan it and do it so you can quietly (and successfully) promote your business in a noisy world.
Does your business success hinge on your ability to market yourself?
Want to promote and connect with your ideal clients in a way that feels authentic and comfortable?
Marketing as an introvert can feel overwhelming.
You’re not alone. Did you know over 40% of the population are introverts?
With a deep understanding of introversion and over 25 years’ experience in marketing, consultant and podcaster Jenny Procter shows you that being an introvert isn’t a barrier to success.
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Turn your quiet strengths into a compelling marketing strategy.
This proven 5 step marketing framework for introverted business owners will help you find your voice AND get heard.
There are successful introverted entrepreneurs who market their businesses with confidence. What do these entrepreneurs know that you don’t?
Does your business's success hinge on your ability to market yourself?
Jenny shares her proven 5 step system that utilises the strengths of introverts to build a compelling marketing strategy. It’s an intuitive and straightforward approach with actionable strategies for introverted business owners to thrive in marketing.
Learn how to:
It’s ok to feel anxious. But you do need to step outside your comfort zone because confidence only comes from practice.
Are you ready to create a marketing strategy that authentically represents who you are and what you offer?
Jenny Procter is an experienced marketing consultant and host of the successful Marketing for Introverts podcast. She discovered she was an introvert while in a room of extroverts in 2010, and it was truly a lightbulb moment.
As an introvert and small business owner Jenny believes that everyone can find a way to market their business and get more visible in a way that suits them. Her approach is supportive and endlessly practical. She works with service businesses to define their audience, get clarity about their offer and define their niche, before consistently delivering the marketing tactics that work, while resisting the latest shiny marketing tools. She has been described as a safe pair of hands and the person who brings calm and clarity to any marketing challenge.
Working with hundreds of small business in her consultancy, Jenny’s early career was spent in corporate communications roles, organizing government conferences, defending late trains on live radio and advising NHS and local government leaders.
Jenny lives in a Staffordshire village with her two children (one introvert and one extrovert) and works happily and peacefully in her home office.