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Welcome to another edition of The Digital Entrepreneur Newsletter.
I hope that this early part of 2018 has treated you well. It’s been far too long and I’m delighted to talk with you again. 🙂
The start of a new year often brings with it thoughts for the future –ensconced under numerous goals we set for ourselves.
But the key to achieving any goal, no matter how large, is following the right framework that leads you to success.
So whether you want to make more money from your site, or bring in more traffic, this week’s podcast provides you a framework that is designed to help turn your ideas into reality.
A proven framework that leads to success
Take a listen as Sean Jackson and Katy Katz break down the goal setting process into actionable steps.
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Now here are this week’s five resources to help you create, sell, and grow.
1. “New Year, New Me”
No matter your working situation, there will always be things beyond your control that prevent you from doing your best work. But how do you persevere? You need to create a personal system that enables you to consistently perform at a high level. Here’s a system you can personalize and make your own, which will allow you to achieve more.
2. “Survey Says!”
The start of the year is a perfect time to poll your customers. By doing so, you’ll gain valuable insight on how to better position your product or service and generate more sales. But there’s a catch … You need to ask the right questions. If you don’t, it will all be for naught. Don’t worry, this resource is chock full of excellent questions to help you create a survey that results in the insight you need.
3. Craft the perfect landing page recipe
Landing pages are a must for any business. Right now is the perfect time to take yours to the next level, or create one if you haven’t yet. Creating a landing page that converts requires a balance of different variables. Additionally, you don’t have a ton of time to garner attention as viewers typically only spend a few seconds on it. Sounds complicated, right? Don’t worry, this resource will guide you in the right direction.
4. “P-push it Real Good”
Does your company currently send push notifications to potential or current customers? If not, it may be a good time to experiment with them. Push notifications are causing less churn than they were two years ago, but they are still lacking some value. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t look into utilizing them, as there is a fair amount of potential.
5. Connect with the “Chuckle Point”
Prospective clients and customers need to know more about you than your expertise because there are lots of other people in your niche who offer comparable advice. Your content is an opportunity to demonstrate why your approach is the best fit for your target audience. Here’s how humor can grow your audience (and get you more customers).
I hope you find these resources to be useful, and that at least one of them helps you take a meaningful step forward during the course of the next week.
Thank you for your attention. Have a great rest of your holiday season. I’ll be back in January. ?