I’ve had a few emails asking where I’ve been, the truth is that I’ve been busy, writing.
In fact, I haven’t sent an email to you since November 21st, which is the longest duration of NOT sending an email to my mortally beloved subscribers in quite some time.
I can’t believe that the year is almost over, and always remember that should you ever require my assistance – I’m only an email away.
In Any Event, I Wanted To Discuss How To Make Your Content Work, Even When You Don’t
The truth is that content creation is one of the best skillsets you can have as an entrepreneur.
It doesn’t matter what niche you’re in, your business model, or who your target demographic is.
The ability to create lots of content, has been, and shall be, your most valuable skillset I think.
Because you can promote almost anything you want, and attain almost any goal through content creation.
Want to promote your products, affiliate products, joint ventures, services, blogs, or coaching programs?
Then having high quality content strewn all over the Internet (Kindle, Udemy, ClickBank, JVZoo, your blog, your autoresponder) can be a major boon to your authority and overall presence.
Because Your Content Is Always Present, Even When You’re Not
The problem is of course, being able to create mountains of content in the first place.
It’s something that’s easier than you think, especially if you know “how” to write, and not necessarily “what” to write.
Heck, you don’t have to be the best writer in the world to produce massive volumes of content.
Take me for example, I’m a foureyed IT nerd; folks like me write with shocking grammatical errors, and we’re socially awkward.
So, if I can pull it off, you certainly can.
Talk later, and please have a most excellent Friday
Mike “The Content Geek” DeVincent