Tag Archive: Jennifer Fong

The Principle of Convenience and Why it Matters for Your Business

I’ve recently started using an online grocery service. It provides an app that lets me add to my list all week as we run out of things, choose from previously purchased items, place my order and have groceries delivered on my doorstep, even when I’m asleep. The produce is fresh, I can get bakery and […]

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Announcing Jen Fong Media, LLC

I am absolutely thrilled to announce that I am rebranding and relaunching my digital marketing agency, Jen Fong Media, LLC. We will continue to provide social media and digital marketing services to direct sellers, while also expanding our services as a full-service social media and digital marketing agency for churches and nonprofits, businesses and service […]

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What Corporate Can Do to Improve Direct Sales Virtual Parties

Direct sales companies have an opportunity to create virtual parties that are more consistent and profitable than what is being offered now. Here are some things that direct selling companies can do to improve the virtual party experience, and make it more duplicatable.

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8 Ways Direct Sellers Can Use Instagram More Successfully

8 ways that direct sellers and direct sales companies can use Instagram more successfully from Jennifer Fong, direct sales and social media expert.

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How Will You Grow Into the New Year?

I posted this today on my Facebook Page: Your business will reflect your focus. To build an expansive business, avoid a focus on limitations and instead embrace all that the universe wants to offer to you. Be grateful for every opportunity and put yourself out there. A focus on abundance and gratitude will make 2014 […]

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Hear Me Live! The Courage to Receive Author Interviews Coming Up

It’s been quite a whirlwind this past month! I published my new book, The Courage to Receive, and have been lining up speaking engagements. I’m quite excited about this talk…it’s a message of hope and overcoming both personal and professional setbacks. It’s about reaching out for more in your own life, and staying open to […]

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