The last in the series guiding you through the daily, weekly and monthly life of a blogger. There is more to it but these three guides should give you a good start and serve to steer you in the right direction. Whether you blog as part of a Content Marketing plan, part of an affiliate program, to earn extra income or just because you like it, make sure you have some fun while you plug away at that keyboard.
Keeping your blogging consistent helps build readership. If you are dedicated to keeping up your blog you need to make sure these tasks are completed on a weekly basis. Some of them might not be relevant to you yet but it’s good to review them and keep them in mind.
The key to any Content Marketing effort is your blog. Some people haven’t even started one so this week we will get them going and hopefully give some great tips for the rest of you. Welcome to blogging week.
The Direct Sales landscape can be tricky to navigate for new and old reps alike. I have put together a list of things to do and not to do as you run your DS business. Theses are proven strategies I have seen work with multiple companies and reps.
My Business Adviser is tooting its own horn a bit this week and talking about how I can help you. I personally have never run across a business that didn’t need some level of business coaching….maybe not me, but they needed help from someone. We all try to do everything ourselves with mixed results. We can’t be experts at everything which is why we bring in other people to help out. Myself, I have to have a brilliant accountant because that is my weak point. I know the basics but my accountant fills in the knowledge gaps for me. Here is a quick infographic talking about Business Coaches in general. I will share stories this week as well and feel free to send me any questions you might have.
It’s been a rough week with the flu dropping me and everyone else at the office like flies. It’s a good thing I can coach virtually so I don’t have sick clients as well. Today I am posting two infographics about small businesses to make up for my week of rest. The first one is about the 5 Social Media tools you should be using and the second id a Small Business Start-up Checklist for those of you who are just beginning this journey. Something for everyone! As always drop me a line on Facebook if you have any questions or think you may want a coach to help your business take things up a notch. First consult is free and you will walk away with actionable info, not just a sales pitch.