Monday Marketing Moment: Stop Procrastinating

It is another video-free Monday Marketing Moment. I am hoping to get back to videos real soon, but now, with the extra care I have to do for my husband, videos have to be put on the back burner.

Monday Marketing Moment Stop Procrastinating

That doesn’t mean I am going to skip out on this week’s Monday Marketing Moment (albeit it being late)! Therefore, my suggestion and tip for this week is to

STOP PROCRASTINATING

Procrastination is the enemy of progress and growth. The longer you procrastinate, the longer it will take to scale and explode your business.

On Wednesday, I will offer some concrete ideas to help you get moving. In the mean time, pick the most important marketing idea you have been putting off and just GET IT DONE.

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P.S. When you are ready, here are four ways I can support you in your business:

1.  Snag a copy of the free report, “5 Ways an Online Business Manager can Impact Your Business and Increase Your Profits.“

In this report you will discover just how much freedom and success you can have in your business if you stop doing everything alone.

2. “Like” my Facebook page.

It is the place to be to get free weekly training, support, and encouragement in growing and automating your business.

3. Sign up for a Business Audit Mini-VIP Session.

During this session, you will discover the gaps and holes in your business processes, where in  your business you can delegate and automate, and get a strategy to help you make more money, take better care of your clients, and create a better work/life balance.

4. Work with me and my team privately.

I have several packages and programs to help you run a successful, profitable, and enjoyable business. I can help you see the big picture of your business and then create a strategy to move your business forward. Then, I can help you implement that strategy. Take a moment to learn more and get on my calendar today.

Monday Marketing Moment: Give Yourself Grace!

This week’s Monday Marketing Moment is going to be video free. My husband is still in the hospital. Thankfully, he is slowly improving but he still has issues we are trying to get answers about.

Needless to say, it has thrown my schedule off so I didn’t get any time to do a video. And guess what? that’s okay! There are times in business when we need to do what we can do, right?

And that’s the focus of today’s Monday marketing moment: Give yourself grace!

As you  may have already experienced in your business, there will be times when things fall by the wayside or your best plans will go awry. No one and nothing is perfect, and it is in those times when you need to take a deep breath, go into survival mode, and trust that it will all work out!

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(If you missed my previous Monday Marketing Moments, you can watch them here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6L7QwTH8By1T1fgCpLl_ZA)

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P.S. When you are ready, here are four ways I can support you in your business:

1.  Snag a copy of the free report, “5 Ways an Online Business Manager can Impact Your Business and Increase Your Profits.“

In this report you will discover just how much freedom and success you can have in your business if you stop doing everything alone.

2. “Like” my Facebook page.

It is the place to be to get free weekly training, support, and encouragement in growing and automating your business.

3. Sign up for a Business Audit Mini-VIP Session.

During this session, you will discover the gaps and holes in your business processes, where in  your business you can delegate and automate, and get a strategy to help you make more money, take better care of your clients, and create a better work/life balance.

4. Work with me and my team privately.

I have several packages and programs to help you run a successful, profitable, and enjoyable business. I can help you see the big picture of your business and then create a strategy to move your business forward. Then, I can help you implement that strategy. Take a moment to learn more and get on my calendar today.

How Often Should You Email Your List?

So, I survived my first Facebook Live. I think I did pretty well even though it wasn’t perfect. I don’t know about you, but I can let the striving for perfection stop me from moving forward and I am determined to not let that happen. I am going to conquer the art of video, one way or the other. LOL!

In that vein, I am starting a new video series called “Monday Marketing Moment.” It will go out to my business page every Monday (surprise, surprise!), and I will offer a tip to help you market and grow your business and an actionable challenge that you can implement immediately. Because, you know, strategy without implementation is a waste of time!

I did my first Monday Marketing Moment yesterday and I talked emailing your list. I put the challenge out there to email your list at least once (preferably twice), offering value and putting out a call to action. So, today, I am taking on my own challenge. 🙂 I hope you will do the same.

How often should I email my list?

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But, this challenge to email your list begs the question, “How often should I email my list?”

If you listen to the many marketers and experts out there, you will get very different answers.

Some say that you should email your list daily, others weekly, still others will say monthly and occasionally you will get the answer that it doesn’t matter.

The truth is, they are all right and they are all wrong. First of all, it does matter. Emailing your list matters because it helps build community, it gives you the opportunity to help others who may not otherwise get the help they need, and, ultimately, it will help you grow your business and become profitable.

But, it ultimately doesn’t matter how often you email your list. What matters is CONSISTENCY. It is more important that you email your list on a consistent, regular basis – whatever that frequency is.

Having said that, you want to email you list at a frequency that caters to your audience, works with your schedule, and allows you to give real value. And, don’t forget to make sure there is a call to action at the end of every email, whether it is a link to your lead magnet, a free call with you, or something else.

Here is my challenge to you: Let’s go beyond yesterday’s call to email your list at least once or twice this week. I challenge you to set up an editorial calendar, list the topics you will write about, and commit to a strict schedule for contacting your list. Are you in?!