For this edition of the PetSittingOlogy Digital Series, Josh Cary interviews writer and entrepreneur John David Mann as they discuss the newest edition to his Go-Giver series, The Go-Giver Influencer, co authored with Bob Burg. The Go-Giver Influencer shares valuable conflict resolution tools that depend on seeing the world from another person’s point of view and can help any entrepreneur in the world of business.
Mike Grenier is the co-founder of the popular pet sitting software, Time to Pet. That role allows him to speak with thousands of pet professionals who inevitably ask the question “How can I possibly compete with Rover, Wag, and the other “Uber of Dog Walking” companies that keep showing up here?”
Join Josh Cary as he speaks with Mike about how local pet professionals can compete by coming up with real solutions to stand out from the crowd.
In this session, Josh and Dr. Becker go through the benefits and opportunities offered through Dr. Becker’s Fear Free program and how it can pet sitters in their business as well as pet welfare in general.
Whether you are looking to take your professional pet business to the next level… Or you desperately want to stop competing on price… This episode will hand you specific ways you can begin to differentiate yourself TODAY from all others so you can find yourself in more demand.
Grab a notebook and prepare to take notes. The ideas flow quickly!
PetSittingology’s own, Josh Cary, is proud to host author, entrepreneur and positive thinker, Mike Michalowicz to the show. You’ll quickly see why Mike is always quick to champion entrepreneurs.
Focusing on life lessons that make the power of positive thinking in entrepreneurship so important for any successful business, Mike discusses the lessons in his best selling book; Profit First.
SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is about all the ways you can improve your website to increase the chances you will rank high in Google when an idea potential client is searching for the services you offer.
There are many moving parts when it comes to Google rankings and there are many different things you can do. Unfortunately, there is never just one or two things to do on your website and your work is done.
SEO is an ongoing strategy that takes small consistent effort. But once you get the hang of it, you will start to see more and more results!
Here is one simply thing you can do today to begin adding to your SEO efforts. Begin linking your blog post articles together.
You’ve spent a lot of time creating, writing, formatting and publishing your latest blog article. And you certainly want as many fans and potential clients to read it.
So how do you get the most traffic to read your article once you share it on social media?
As a digital company that provides the professional pet care industry with SEO-focused websites that are designed to get found first in Google, you hear us often talk about the big need to offer your ideal client value through informative content.
This content is best suited as blog post articles on your pet business website. So how do you actually create, format, and publish these blog articles?
In this video, Josh Cary shows you step-by-step exactly how he publishes each and every blog post on the PetSittingOlogy website.
I’d like to introduce you to Amy Sallie (video replay below). Amy is a self-described coffee obsessed wife and mom who helps small business owners improve their Google rankings, website conversions (turning visitors into clients) and SEO needs.
The minute I was introduced to Amy and had my first conversation with her, it sounded like I was literally listening to the female version of myself!
With all things SEO, Amy has an identical knowledge, insight, and game plan to help you succeed.
Amy is now officially working directly alongside me to offer you a specific SEO game plan that will suit your needs and goals.
We currently have a few ways we can work with you including a one-on-one guided program and an 8-week group program.
Ugh, who else is struggling with their Facebook business page or social media stuff!?
I hear that question all the time and am thrilled to help put that to an end in the form of 57-minutes of goodness!
Each and every Tuesday, I come to you live for a new training session on a valuable topic. These sessions, called Tuesdays with Cary, are typically reserved for members of the PSOproud.com Movement.
Side Note: Wondering what #PSOproud is all about? It’s the professional pet care industry’s movement with one singular goal in mind: To improve the reputation of our beloved industry. Discover more on PSOproud.com
I have personally followed our guest today for the better part of a year and credit all my own learnings about social media to her.
Meet Kaylyn Parker. Social media strategist and manager. And one heck of a knowledgeable individual!
Sarah Burns opens up and shares one powerful story about how it’s an absolute blessing to be a professional pet sitter today. You’ll never look at your relationships with the pets in your care the same way.
Here is the story in Sarah’s words:
Anyone who knows me well knows that there is a large part of my heart dedicated to my Chocolate Lab, Casey. While we all bond with the dogs we share our lives with, sometimes we get the great honor to experience a relationship with an animal that goes much deeper.
I truly believe, and always will believe, that Casey was my guardian angel. For 15 years she was my faithful companion. Always only having loyalty to me.
She would swim out to me if I was in the lake and circle me until I grabbed her collar so she could pull me back to safety. She never allowed anyone to give me a hug and would try and get in between us. She would sit with me as I cried in some of the darkest days of my life and she always seemed to understand things more than the average dog.
She passed away in February of 2016 and I don’t know that my heart will every completely heal from such a loss.