That’s it. It’s over. The guest posts went live, emails sent out, Subscribers gained, subscribers lost. Lessons learned. We didn’t crowdfund the full $100,000 we were looking for, but I believe what we gained is more valuable.
“Throw it at the wall and see what sticks.” …Not how you develop a strategy. Yet, the number of businesses and individuals employing this technique is heartbreaking. On any given day, businesses haphazardly post articles, respond to comments on Twitter, and “curate” content to their Facebook Page.
I want to start this post by saying that this past week has been the most incredible week for my business ever. Much of the success can be attributed to what I’m about to share with you, and I want to publicly say THANK YOU to my fiancee Megan for creating this outline of my […]
Is it really a matter of Knowing, Trusting, and Liking? Or is it a matter of want, need, desire or convenience? Realistically the principal of Know, Trust, and Like applies to a relatively small amount of industries. Surely it applies to those of us who are in information brokering. But what about other products? Do […]
So what are marketing strategy basics? After writing the article on Monday about getting back to basics, it made me wonder how other people within the online marketing community defined “basics” As I expected, when I posed this question to multiple communities, I got a wide array of how other marketers defined “the basics”