3 Reasons To Stop Focusing On Your Audience

3 Reasons To Stop Focusing On Your Audience

Cat gifs are like bad street-corner evangelists.

The sign is there, begging for attention. It is often paired with a phrase that you are compelled to agree with, followed by a call to action.

The call to action draws the social pressure. “Reshare if you agree” implies that inaction is equivalent to disagreement.

Disagreement means that you hate kittens.

Don’t hate kittens.

Instead, join me in hating the petty ways people attempt to drive engagement with their campaigns — especially on social media.

Why Traffic Generation Café not making enough money

Why Traffic Generation Café Is Not Making as Much Money as It Should

Your online business is a bridge from your life as you have it to your life as you see it.

In your new life, you might have the time and the money to do EXACTLY what you want when you want it.

You’ll no longer have to read the menu in a restaurant from right to left.

You’ll no longer have to check the price tag before deciding if you have enough room on your credit card to buy something.

Your assets will finally grow beyond pizza coupons.

But that will be then.

For now, you are overwhelmed, underpaid, and just don’t get why your busy-ness in your business hasn’t gotten you any closer to the life you wish you had.

And you are not alone.

how to get influencers' attention

Be Memorable: 10 Practical Ways to Successfully Get Influencers’ Attention

Do you ever feel like the world is a movie with you as the main character and everyone else playing supporting roles (your family, friends) or extras (the rest of the world)?

Sure you do – you are human. You might’ve never thought about it in those terms, but the point is clear: each and every one of us is the axis of the universe as far as we are concerned.

So let’s take that thought and apply it to the topic of today’s post: how to be memorable.

how to drive traffic with outdated content

How To Drive Traffic with Your Outdated Content [CHECKLIST]

Let’s start with this tension:

Updating an older, but relevant and valuable post could bring you more blog traffic, establish more credibility, and build more loyal readership faster than writing a new one – at a fraction of time and resources.

And here’s another one before we dive in:

The more you write, the more liability you create for yourself.