Email course are an ideal way to encourage people to subscribe to you and receive something of real value. Simply set up a series of emails covering a particular topic within your area of expertise. Easy. Cheap. Effective.
Backlinks. Inbound links. Broken links. Indexed links. SEO thrives or dies on links.
I’ve been across all of those lately, spending an inordinate amount of time to discover what would have taken a WebMaster a fraction of the time to achieve.
So, Ive been knee-deep in prepping to migrate and upgrade an old site. As always happens when you start one thing in tech-land, a bunch of other item popped up demanding attention.
A 404 page exists to acknowledge an error. It usually occurs when a link is wrongly-typed, a post has been moved, or a page or post was deleted. Consequently, the server can’t find the page or post and so serves up the “page not found”.
Time management is a pain. I can go through periods of demonic production and at other times I can be like the laziest beach bum around. If I could just harness those extremes together and be more consistent I know I can get more done.
Branding is about how people remember you. It’s how you stand out amongst all the white noise spilling over people’s days.
A metaphor always helps to bring clarity to any writing so let’s go with this one.
As an internet marketer it is soooo easy to get distracted.
- Bright shiny objects – things that grab your attention and before yo know you’ve lost an hour clicking link after link.
- The web itself – you end up following so many rabbit holes that your entire day can disappear before your eyes.
- Ideas – everyone often has lots of ideas and we get so excited we chase them down before assessing if they are relevant or viable.
- Include your favourite time waster here.
Here’s the thing. There are only three outcomes you need to focus on during your working days. (If you’re not working you’re planning, right?) Once you finish concentrating on those three things you can surf or social media to your hearts content. What are the three things. LOT.
I have been mind mapping since Tony Buzan promulgated the concept – it was a huge bonus to my corporate work and enabled me to take rapid notes in meetings, sketch out projects, outline courses and capture daily to-to’s.