Now, that doesn’t mean I haven’t learned better ways to do things…
In terms of my internet businesses, I have learned through trial and error. Lots of mistakes and lots of successes.
This gave me a very good understanding of a lot of important concepts and I learned a ton along the way
This is all well and good, but I spent a ton of time in the process.
Life is short. There is no need for you to start as slowly as I did!
So I want to share the 6 things you can do now to make your business grow much, much faster.
1. Start a blog
It doesn’t matter how much you know or don’t know. As long as what you write is honest, well thought out and based on facts, you are already better than most long time bloggers.
Remember that all blogs start somewhere and writing is one of the best ways to learn something.
Entreresource.com is only 1-year-old! I am kicking myself for not starting it sooner.
2. Create a group on social media.
3. Write an ebook.
Don’t roll your eyes! I’m serious! It isn’t as overwhelming as it may seem.
An ebook is like a business card on steroids. Be sure to include relevant links back to your blog + social media groups. These can be as short as 5,000 words! Seriously, just make good, quick content and it will pay off many times over.
An ebook is like a business card on steroids…
I have three now and none are over 20,000 words. Check out Ebooks for EntrePreneurs
4. Create tons of videos!
YouTube is the 2nd largest search engine in the world, behind only Google. Video is the future and it is easy to make. My EntreResource YouTube channel is pitiful!
5. Host webinars
If you have a good personality, show it!
Hosting webinars is a great way to provide value, gather emails and get to know your community.
Hand to hand marketing baby, do it!
I currently use WebinarJam. It allows unlimited users but is far from perfect. It is the best I’ve used so far though.
6. Start a podcast
Seriously, the fastest growth I have seen has come from Podcasters and YouTubers.
Don’t think you know enough to wax on for an hour or even 5 minutes? Interview experts! Bonus, then have them share your podcasts with their audiences.
The most important piece of advice…START!