Sunday, August 24, 2008

Getting Into A Routine To Get Googled



Getting into a routine after you have started marketing your personal business can be as easy as doing it all right from the beginning. Sometimes we get lost or sidetracked and can't decide where to begin once we get back to it. If you get off track for a while, then no worries getting right back into it all.

Taking a survey of what you already have going, separated into Social Networks, Blogs, Free Advertising Sites, Capture Pages, Autoresponders, SoloAd Sites, Manual Traffic Sites, and then whatever else you have. Categorize it all into what is first costing you money each month, then the free things you like to do and are showing results, then, lump the other stuff over to side at first (you can sort through this all later).

Start your sorting with the things that you pay for each month. Ask yourself "Am I Using This Presently?" If so, then it's a keeper right now, if not, Are You Wanting To Use This? Then it should be placed at a high priority status for you and be sure to get busy with it within the week. Again, if thats not possible, then, maybe you should cut that one for now until you can properly use it. No need to spend money on things that are not helping your business grow.

Then, look over the methods that have produced results in the past or at present. Think about spending more time with these things and a bit less on the other methods you have tried, but either took a lot of time to complete, or you just did not get the results you wanted.

Google yourself and see what things come up on the first pages. Especially if you do not spend a lot of time on these items, I would consider placing them higher on your to do lists for the day. If with a little effort, these ways to market are in the forefront, then with a bit more effort, they may prove to be quite useful in your marketing systems :)

Enjoy,
Stephanie Haile aka Wavecritter Google Me ;)

2 comments:

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One Star Health said...

"Taking a survey of what you already have going" great advice, thanks