When we finally arrive at a conclusion, it’s easier for us to communicate it to the audience AND it’s much more logical and coherent. When you produce content online, whether it’s a blog or a social media channel, focus on going through things from several different perspectives and make use of your ability to understand things more broadly. simple lessons and tips. Take the time to tell how your audience can apply the information you teach in their own life, everyday life or work.
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(Sound familiar by the way? Maybe you have come across this “phenomenon” on this blog…) Open up what kind special data of problems and pitfalls may lie ahead and how they can be circumvented. Also read this: Marketing automation saves a busy entrepreneur 3 | Be yourself If you are quiet and observant, don’t try to change that. Use it in your own business. It is often thought that the louder and more visible one is online, the better. Yes, you have to be present, but if being live is stressful, you shouldn’t force it. The goal is to stand out from the crowd, not be the crowd. don’t like to talk live, write a blog. Contribution to written social media publications. If publishing the text scares you, ask someone else to do it for you. Get a content creator to write out your thoughts.
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If you don’t want to be present to everyone live, start your own FB group, where you choose the members yourself. You don’t have to force yourself on people every time. You can choose two channels to bet on. For example, I myself still invest in the blog and alongside it I have taken Facebook, Youtube and Instagram. And as I said at the beginning of the post, it took me four years before I had the courage to come out live from behind my computer. 4 | Focus on the essential, not the loud Most of the people on social media want as many followers as BY Lists possible and a lot of likes for their social media posts. They make loud noise on every channel and try to maximize their follower growth.