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July 13 2010 Personal Chef Newsletter

Hey Chefs & Food Enthusiasts!

Marketing can be a challenge, especially when you're focused on running your business. Sometimes it comes off as an 'either/or' as opposed to an 'along with' issue. The fact of the matter is we all have to market, if growing our businesses is our objective.

Marketing takes on so many forms and can be done in so many different ways. Read these two articles and grab some ideas from them. They'll only boost your personal chef business, and in the right direction.

Keep your comments coming. It helps me to know what you want to read about.


Quick Tip:

-Always opt for the healthiest, most flavorful ingredients when possible. It'll keep your clients happy, healthy and coming back for more time and again, not to mention giving you great referral business. Try adding coconut oil to your cooking and building the health benefits of your dishes in this simple way. Check out my review here:

A's - 4 - Q's [ Answers - 4 - Questions ]
Questions about purchasing the right knives?

When purchasing knives you should be looking for the ones that suit your particular needs. Are you a casual cook or a chef with high demands to turn out food all day every day? Depending on your answer you'll want to look at two key elements: Function and Cost
More about this in the next newsletter.


- Produce a demonstration Internet video highlighting your dishes and presentation and add a link to your video on your business cards, flyers, website, blog, etc. Why limit yourself to individual demonstrations with limited space when you can have your whole target market watch your demo at their convenience. Makes more sense and will help pre-qualify your clients before theyy contact you.



Here's the latest article from the Personal Chef site at

Marketing Your Personal Chef Business w/ Content
by Jason Hodge - Personal Chef & Vegetarian Sites Editor
Every business owner at some point in time has to develop their marketing approaches. When you're marketing your personal chef business on and offline content creation plays a crucial role in your process. Understanding what defines content can pose a challenge. Here's the quick answer.


Marketing Your Personal Chef Business - Networking
by Jason Hodge - Personal Chef & Vegetarian Sites Editor
When you're marketing your personal chef business NETWORKING plays a crucial role in it; but understanding what true networking is can mean pleasure or pain in your business building practices. Here's a quick list of what it is and 3 questions you need to ask yourself before your prospecting.





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You know, I really enjoy writing for you. If you tell me the areas you're most interested in I'll do my best to address them. Let me know what's on your mind and let's have a lot of fun together as we explore the world of food and the folks who love it. Pass this newsletter along and let's do breakfast, lunch and dinner together.

Join me next time when I put out more foodie stuff!!!

As always... it's been a pleasure sharing with you. Until next time...

Jason Hodge
Personal Chef & Vegetarian Editor - join my friends on the "Any & Everything Food" Facebook group and let's talk food. - for more recipes and discussions on health and well being check out "Perspectives On Healthy Living".

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