I don't think there is anyone who would disagree that blogging on a regular basis is a must, but why? What is your purpose for blogging? If it's to make money, then you'll need to check out Problogger, follow his guidelines, and use as many of the resources he has on his web site as … Continue reading Blogging: Are You Wasting Your Time?
I find a lot of interesting marketing ploys during my research times. Most of them are schemes or ideas that make a highly sensitive person such as myself shudder. However, there are a few I find intriguing. One such idea is called Pay with a Tweet. What is Pay with a Tweet? Simply put, this … Continue reading Marketing Monday: Pay With A Tweet
If you don't already know how important having an ebook is, then perhaps you want to check out this post: Ebook Buyers: Can You Afford To Lose Them? For the rest of you, I'd like to make a quick suggestion: don't stop with ebooks. On the Enneagram my husband is a 7 and I am a … Continue reading Marketing Monday: Multiple Streams Of Income
“People forget what you say, but they remember how you made them feel”--Warren Beatty Caring for others, wanting to help our fellow humans, comes rather naturally for highly sensitive people, so why shouldn't promoting ourselves and our products be just as natural? Most likely because we're thinking of "selling" rather than "marketing." Sell: to persuade or induce (someone) to buy something: The salesman sold me on a more expensive model … Continue reading Marketing Monday: Self-Promotion HSP-style
If you’re a highly sensitive person like me, then you’ll understand how stressful marketing yourself, your product or your business can be. If you aren't an HSP, then today’s marketing landscape with its hurry, scurry push in social media probably doesn't bother you. You may, in fact, thrive on the pressure, the excitement. The downside to that is that mistakes … Continue reading Marketing Monday: Platform Building The Tortoise Way
One thing I never really considered until recently was who I expected to read what I’ve written. It didn’t cross my mind even when I was doing the Problogger Challenge last year. I always wrote stories and articles I thought I would like to read. That’s not a horrible way to write, but it makes … Continue reading Reader Profiles: Ya Gotta Start Somewhere
I am not an early adopter. I love gadgets, but I like to wait until most of the bugs have been worked out. Then I wait a little longer until I'm sure it's a tool I'm really going to use and not a toy I'll toss aside in a couple of months. So I was … Continue reading Painful DRMs And Ebook Pricing