Today’s post on the six figure challenge is an update from the only couple in the group David and Sondra. They have really brought a lot of energy and skills to the group, in a group filled with geeks David has definitely showed his general technology skills.
What I have really enjoyed watching is how they have integrated their work into their daily routine and busy social calendar including some pretty interesting locations for the meeting…
Today they share how they have been able to balance their demanding jobs, social life and the six figure challenge.Continue reading
Content Marketing is a type of marketing that involves the creation of and the sharing of online material that is used to stimulate interest in a brand and its products and services. Often, you will find the content being delivered in various forms including videos, blog posts, and social media posts.
The content you are distributing to people should be relevant and valuable to a clearly defined audience. The primary goal of creating high-quality content is to drive profitable consumer action. (You want to make a profit and generate more leads!)
Content marketing is simply storytelling, and it is this long-term strategy that allows us to build relationships with our target audience. Content marketing is not about shoving products and services into the faces of people. Rather, it is about showing them the value that can be found and then let them make their own decision.
However, coming up with relevant and attractive, high-quality content for readers is always one of the biggest challenges any content marketer or content creator will face. How do we come up with all these topic ideas and how do we rise above what the competition is doing?
Blog posts, user-generated content, evergreen content, and social media content are all ideas you can branch out on when coming up with topics and great content ideas to use to drive awareness and gain followers. The stories we tell and the type of content we provide are two of the biggest determinants when engaging with our target audience.
With over 1,000 sites I am happy to be able to share what I have seen over the last week and what changes I will be making to my processes.
This post will be broken down into 4 parts…
Something I have been thinking about lately is how to find the right balance between optimizing or growing my business.
For example when I was first starting out I had a website with no traffic but read that green buttons would increase conversion rates so I spent an entire weekend changing all the buttons…stupid waste of time!
March was another very busy month with the launch of a new business and the growth of my team. With the month being all about expansion the numbers took a little dip (hopefully temporary). Record numbers are great except when they are expenses.
One thing you may notice that is a little different is that I don’t track top line revenue on my income reports…why?
Top Line Revenue is a Vanity MetricContinue reading