Often times the blogs are about something that has happened recently or focusing on a particular topic. One thing that is a constant right now, is the cold weather outside. Do not get me wrong I like Winter (to a point) but I am also looking forward to Spring. This year my granddaughter and I are growing a garden, which means she and I both get to play in the dirt.
To have a good garden you need good soil, water, sunlight and someone tending to it. The same thing can be said for your marketing, social networks, email campaigns, and websites. You cannot just create a network and expect it to grow without someone tending to it. You have to go there, put content out, comment on others, and tend to your growing network.
Websites also have areas that require weekly tending and depending on how the website is built it could require daily tending. Take a WordPress website, for example, it not only has the WordPress core that tends to update at random but also plugins as well. The thing about when the core updates some of the website’s functionality can disappear or even break. Gone are the days of when a plugin stopped working, it just stopped working, it did not bring your website down or create funky codes all over the place. In the past few months, I have seen several long-standing plugins stop working due to a recent core update. Does this mean that these plugins are no longer any good? No, it just means that either they will not work and can even bring your website down until either WordPress puts out another update that does not conflict with it. Or, the plugin developers issue a new version that is compatible.
Finally, no matter if you decide to interact with others once a week, twice a week, or each day, be consistent. Just as when it comes time to harvest your produce, pick routinely or get overwhelmed, people tend to get used to hearing from you certain times of the day or week.
Personalized Marketing Inc is hosting an Egg Hunt this year and instead of finding just Easter Eggs, we are going to use YOUR Book Covers, Logos, and other Promotional Images. You can use your blog, blogger, website or any place that you can add code too.
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