How To Tell If You Are Sabotaging Your Own Online Marketing
To market your businesses online you have to fight hard to grab and keep attention.
Your audience is distracted.
You have to battle even harder to beat your own distractions
Trying to do more is the easiest way to sabotage your own online marketing success.
- For example, do you do this too?
- Check out Twitter while writing a blog post.
- Answer emails while writing a blog post.
- Trying to learn how to use Google+ and LinkedIn and Pinterest, BEFORE you have mastered your own core marketing activities.
Do you know exactly what to do to grow your own business further?
How do you keep sane when there are way too many opportunities that exist to market yourself online.
Here are 5 common beliefs by my friend, Henneke, that might be sabotaging your success……avoiding them will help you stay on track,and avoid dead end roads….
1. You need to be popular
- Testosterone is available in abundance online.
- “I have a bigger list than you.”
- “I hit the 10k web visitors last month.”
- To make a living online you don’t need 10 thousand subscribers.
- You don’t need 10 thousand Twitter followers.
- You certainly don’t need 10 thousand likes.
- Focus on your business needs.
- Resist the temptation to join the competition for bigger and better numbers.
2. You need a unique blog topic
- You don’t need a unique topic……All you need to stand out is your unique voice.
- You can safely assume that each topic is already discussed on several blogs.
- You can safely assume that everything has been said already.
- But it has not been heard yet in your words, in your voice, from you.
- Choose one of the most popular blog topics, because you can be sure there’s an audience waiting for you.
3. Other bloggers are your competitors
- Marketers analyze the competition; and then they look for a way to beat competitors with more features, higher specifications, a more entertaining story, or a lower price.
- The blogging world doesn’t work like this.
- Bloggers have no competition.
- Just be you.
4. You need to be an expert, ninja, or guru
- You don’t need to be an expert to start a blog.
- You need a passion for your topic; an eagerness to dig deeper to learn more and more; and a willingness to generously share your knowledge.
- You build your authority by consistently turning up and sharing valuable advice.
- Not by claiming to be an expert.
5. You need to be a talented writer
- By learning how to apply writing techniques everyone can become a better writer.
- You might not become the next Haruki Murakami, but you can certainly learn how to write enchanting blog posts and win more clients with your blog.
- Study writing techniques, analyze popular blogs, and practice your writing.
Start taking control of your online marketing business today and start seeing the true potential of your business.
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