Every week I comb through hundreds of articles and find some of the best.
Also, as a new addition to make this content more valuable, I will give a key takeaway from each article and an action tip.
Christopher Penn starts off this piece with a quote which reads, “Sensei, how is it that you are never out of balance?” and the reply of, “I am constantly out of balance. You never see it because I am constantly correcting it.”
Find out how he uses this powerful lesson in his marketing efforts.
Key takeaway: You can never be perfectly balanced in marketing or in business.
Action tip: Embrace one change today and your business will progress.
Gini Dietrich gets into the thick of things with what you want people to do after they read your content.
Key takeaway: Every call to action doesn’t need to be, “buy this”. Also, they don’t all need to involve money.
Action tip: Create a call to action on your website.
Dropshipping is something I have thought about lately. I was thinking of using it for one of my other website, but I wasn’t sure if it was right for me. So I did some research. I think the whole information junkie thing played a role here.
It’s a fantastic read. If you’re considering dropshipping at all, I highly recommend it.
Key takeaway: While dropshipping is effective, it takes work to create a successful business from it.
Action tip: Try something you have thought about and learn from it.
Here Peter Sandeen talks with one of his clients and helps you understand how the coaching sessions work.
Key takeaway: Having a strong value proposition can catapult your business in the right direction.
Action tip: Find out what your value proposition is here.
Here we talk about how you can add value to your readers, and you will see some examples as well.
Key takeaway: You can add value in many ways both online and off.
Action tip: Go back to one of your posts and add more value to it.
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