Manic Marketing Monday
Manic Marketing Monday – Charles Snyder Raw #68. Since on Friday I was distracted and didn’t get much work done. But I tried my best again on Saturday with much the same results. So I took it easy the rest of the day and pretty much did nothing Sunday. However, I did spend some time with family and friends over the weekend.
Sometimes you just need a break!
So today is a busy day of recording videos and getting the latest 1 Minute Marketing Tips video ready to publish. Since I didn’t get much done over the weekend, I am in video production mode today. And of course, that means writing some articles too.
It’s already ready already!
Aside from my weekend woes, in today’s video, I discuss the pitfalls of publishing more than one blog post in a day. For example, I find that posts published on Facebook and Twitter do better in the most recent spot. Even posts published earlier that same day don’t get as many views, clicks or likes, and shares as ones published later.
As a result, that is why I publish these Charles Snyder Raw articles and videos first. So that our 1 Minute Marketing Tips articles and videos get the best position for more views, likes, shares, clicks, etc. You may want to do the same if you publish more than one piece of content in a day.
Manic Marketing Monday: make shit happen!
Anyway, I go on later in the video to just kind of talk about my strategies for our website, our landing pages, and marketing funnels. So I also talk a little about how I am prioritizing the work that needs to be done. Additionally, I talk about weighing the pros and cons of new content versus cleaning up what we already have.
But don’t forget that content creation is a never-ending endeavor. Even though we need to do some cleanup, we also have to keep producing new articles and videos too. So it’s definitely a juggling act!
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