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I've been talking to retired friends who want to start a little online business. I ran across two excellent posts this week that tie into this topic nicely, one by Joe Pulizzi of Junta 42 Blog, and other by Seth... [Read More]

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If you market to everyone you market to noone. Focus on keeping your "tribe" engaged and motivated. You never know when your hard work and efforts are going to explode into growth. If you study the most successful people out there they work hard at leveraging the right message through the right forums. I'm not anywhere close but every piece of knowledge makes me stronger.

This really is a great post.

It's easy to get caught up in the excitement of a new site project. You've found a new niche and you just know you can fill that niche, help people out, and maybe get a little something for yourself out of it, but if you start building before the foundation is completely set, you're going to make things harder than they need to be.

Recently, I've had an idea for a new site and I'm so excited about it that I'm actually losing sleep thinking about it. (Which is awesome.) This post is great reinforcement that I'm doing many things right, but a reminder that now is the time to pull the focus back to see more of the picture at once. Now is the perfect time to consider who I am trying to help and how I'm going to do it.

I need to always have the connections in mind - people to ideas, people to each other. Having a strategy in place makes it possible to provide that real value to my readers, but also to provide that value consistently and reliably.

Thanks for the tips.

I like the idea not to force writing blog posts but to write them only when you are into it. While in the zone write 2 or more posts and release them over the following days ahead.

Also remember to be authentic, human, and write in a conversational tone.

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