How many times have you heard the statistics that 97% of people fail while only 3%
of people actually succeed and earn a living in this industry? I’m pretty sure that
you’ve heard this over and over again, but you still may wonder how to position
yourself as part of the 3%.
You GOT to Have F.L.A.I.R
Focus on the goal!
Is is imperative to keep you eyes on the prize and know the direction you want to take not only your business, but your life!
A disturbing known fact about the 97%’ers is that they have no clue who
they’re actually marketing to. They may take time to write articles, shoot
videos and write blog posts, but 9.9 times out of 10, if you were to ask them
who their target market is, they’ll probably decline to answer the question
because they simply don’t know!
Knowing your audience, knowing what their challenges are and how to
address them is critical if you truly plan on succeeding.
It makes your writing efforts so much easier and allows you to immediately
connect your offer with the needs your market has.
Before doing more marketing, take into consideration the following
Who is my target market?
What are they struggling with?
What is it that they want?
How can I give it to them?
It’s very hard to get people to take you seriously when they can’t predict
when you’ll show you or not.
Just like a child that expects a parent to be there to pick them up every day
after school, so to does your audience expect you to be there daily with the
information and pick up me up content and resources that keep them coming
back for more.
In order to sell people on your services or products, you must prove to them
that you are someone that they can rely on and can trust.
Using only one method to market your business is like posting an ad in a
newspaper, doing nothing else, and sitting back for months on end hoping
that your phone will ring.
You must get out there and begin using diverse marketing methods for your
business, incorporating things like Article Marketing, Video Marketing,
Writing Squidoo Lenses, Hubpages, Forum Marketing and of course Social
Integrity is a concept of consistency of actions, values, methods, measures, principles, expectations, and outcomes.
Are you truly running a "business" or still entrapped in the mindset of an "employee"?
When you work for yourself, your actions affect not only you but your family as well. There are sacrifices that have to happen in order to achieve success. Success never comes easy and one has to be willing to be uncomfortable for awhile to achieve SUCCESS!
Once you begin to remain consistent in your actions and duplicate your blueprint for success with your growing team, the results come.
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