Paul Germana - automan | paulgermana

9/11 Stand Still

Sep 12th 2010 at 7:16 PM

Is it just me or was everybody gone yesterday? I wrote 2 articles, surfed 1000 pages and got nothing but crickets. But that's what this is all about. Days are days, content is content and credits are credits. An article will always be there and credits will spend tomorrow. On days like that we need to just take advantage of the time to brainstorm, work on design and find other tools and programs to implement into our blog posting,. Isn't it what we do best anyway? Isn't that what we love doing most? Of course it is!

We can't let one dry day cause us to drop the ball. We have to keep building our list; making contacts and accumulating opt ins. So many times we get the ball rolling, people noticing our site and opting in to our list. But then we have one slow day and decide that our product isn't working out for us. We remove it from the 40 traffic exchanges we surf and replace it with yet another one (key phrase here) "...just like it."

Here's the real truth. We need to participate in our social networks, social bookmarking sites, internet marketing forums, TE's, safelists and Text Ad & Banner Exchanges. We have tried everything else and where does it lead us? "DRY DAYS". Why? Because we limit ourselves to just TE's or TAE's, social networks or forums. But when we do them all we escape the slow days by means versatility. If it's slow in the TE's, I go to bookmarking, blog posting, then my favorite forum or social network. Consistency to the same list is the key in "all" these venues. Get it? The only way to dig deep is to go narrow. Go too wide and your hole will be shallow, then you'll never make sales.

Please to comment
Oct 16th 2010 at 9:10 PM by drkelp
Hi Paul Great article. Dry days help us to drive our marketing roots deeper. You are right about the articles remaining as I got a signup yesterday from an article I submitted months ago. Peace, Grant.
Sep 14th 2010 at 12:02 AM by paulgermana

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