Create a 30 Day Promotional Calendar
Or are you just winging it?
You’re going to accomplish quite a bit more by applying a little simple planning for your business.
Where do you want to be in 3 years? What about 1 year? What about the next 90 days?
At the end of each day I spend about 5 minutes writing a quick schedule of the next day. This accomplishes two primary goals for me.
First of all, it allows me to end the day. Because I did my plan for the next day I don’t sit there thinking about work for the rest of the day. I’m free from it.
The second thing it does is allow me to stay on target and focused when the next day starts. I’m not wondering where to start. I can get right to business.
My monthly print newsletter goes out tomorrow morning at 9 AM Eastern.
This issue provides you with a 30 day promotional calendar for blogging.
What if you don’t have a blog? So what? Get one. But even if you don’t have a blog, you’re still going to discover promotional techniques you can use to promote your business every single day.
In addition, you’re going to have something even more important. You’ll see an example of a 30 day plan. You’ll have an organized plan in front of you to modify for whatever you are promoting. USE it.
You might decide the plan isn’t perfect for you. That’s OK. But take the model I’m giving you anyway and modify to fit whatever you’re doing. By having this plan in front of you every day, you’ll quit running around “trying” all kinds of ideas…and you’re really get to work at growing your business.
The print issue goes out tomorrow.
- Create a Simple Marketing Plan
- 7 Steps to Overcome Procrastination
- Quit Working So Hard
- A Simple Business Plan
- 7 Practical Ways to Earn More By Working Less