Today on my show I had the pleasure of a speaking with Dotty Scott, Web Designer, Social Media Expert Speaker, Trainer and owner of Premium Websites LLC, who shared her best strategies for how women can become locally famous even if their business is primarily online.

Dotty runs an online business, but has found tremendous value in building her presence within her local market, and we get to benefit from what she has learned. In this interview I ask Dotty -

What does it mean to become “locally famous” and how is that powerful in business?
Is being locally famous the same thing as branding?
If a woman’s business has a strong online presence, how does building a local presence add value?
And, what are your top strategies that women can use to become locally famous in their businesses?

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