Get started. Take that step. Pave your way towards success.
Find someone who likes what you’re doing. They’ll support you.
BOLD WORDS. WHAT DO THEY MEAN?
They mean leaving our “comfort zone”. The safety of zones can be dangerous to our personal progress, individual success, and fulfillment of potential. We have to be willing to encounter the unknown.
When we become willing to take on the unknown, we’ll find our conviction about why this task is important to us. Sometimes we may have to fight through the fear to take the leap from our comfort zone.
We have the power to personalize our behavior outside our comfort zone. This personalization makes any surrounding more comfortable. We’ll connect with authenticity. To reach this goal, we’ll need to customize our approach to each appropriate situation.
This lifts the weight of fear from our beings. We no longer need be afraid of what could go wrong to focus on what we’ll do right.
Fueling leads from your social media marketing comes from an engaged audience.
Creativity keeps followers responding to your content. The goal is to build a loyal community for your brand. Two vital goals for your social media marketing are:
- Social shares
Plan them in advance to boost engagement.
Introducing 5 ways to boost your social presence:
- Videos and Live – Streaming
Videos are a good way to attract and keep attention. People are most likely to buy after watching a video.
- Tag influencers, guest bloggers, and loyal followers
People enjoy recognition. This recognizes your brand as a leader.
- Find optimal times to post
Engagement levels can be gauged by analytical tools.
- Curate content to position your brand as a resource
This fills the gaps in your content strategy.
- Visuals boost engagement
This gets followers to click on your content. Relevant images receive 94% more views than content without.
- Have a good understanding of your audience.
Ensure what your audience likes by paying attention to your analytics. Learn what type of posts get the most attention so you know what to focus on. This makes your social engagement more effectual.
Source: forbes.com (December 2016) Proven Strategies To Boost Social Media Shares And Conversions
Be easy with yourself, and find discipline from an approach where you’re your own friend.
Within ourselves, we have the ability to be our own boss. Self-doubt can get in the way of connecting with others.
To get better with ourselves, we need to decide on one improvement that will make us better as a leader than yesterday. Do it. Do it to rid ourselves of the doubt.
Do you serve a specific target audience? Is there unique data that you’re privy to?
Consider capitalizing on unique data that you or your business is able to capture. Maybe this is user data within your industry. Maybe it’s demographics for a specific product. Being the first to present unique data puts your content ahead of the race.
Good blog posts don’t happen without growing pains. Get into the step-by-step routine.
Good writing resonates with both the reader and the writer. Touch them both.
How to do this? Follow your normal style. Find your writing style first. Then find the readers whom it resonates with.
- THINK in bullet points
- WRITE in bullet points
This is the first step in the “write” direction.
Develop a plan for your blog.
Put yourself ahead of the curve by preparing a marketing plan for your blog. This harnesses your inspiration. This gives your blog value.
Understand your audience.
Create content that engages and talks to your audience. Speak to your audience to create interest and impact.
Focus your blog and produce meaningful content. Blog with purpose and strive to make a difference.
Make a plan for your job.
Continue to publish content to see the benefits of increased traffic.
It’s not what you say, it’s how you say it.
Body language habits are hard to break because we hardly ever notice them.
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“It’s true that there are only two primary emotions, love and fear. But it’s more accurate to say that there is only love or fear, for we cannot feel these two emotions together, at exactly the same time.” – Elisabeth Kubler Ros
If you are starting a business, keep these two items in mind:
- Start by solving your own problems.
- Listen to your customers.
These will help develop a business persona for you to build on