Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Persistence.


Day 36


Doing well with blogging is not about writing one key post, it is about performing day after day and helping a few people at a time.”
~ Aaron Wall

Persistence. It seems like there are several things we touch on over and over again. Networking and Persistence are two of the top ones. Blogging brings those two things together. You have to be persistent to get the most value at it, and it helps you to network with other people.  Blogging is something that you do day after day, year after year – and your following grows over time. It’s a great way to network with both readers and other authors through guest posts and comments. But it can’t be accomplished in a day. You have to keep at it, keep creating, and keep coming back.

Marketing prompt:


If you don’t have a blog, think about starting one. If you do have a blog, make sure that you are updating it regularly. It’s a good idea to have some pre-written posts that you can post during busy seasons, or at least a list of topic ideas that you could write about in a pinch. Spend today making sure your blog is updated and that you have back up material.

Days to go: 329

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