First, I share my excitement with you about my brand new podcasting studio set up. I just purchased some equipment to make podcasting much easier, and of a higher quality.
If you are tech geek like myself, here are the details of the equipment I use in the studio and what I use them for:
Then I respond to some of the voicemail that was left on the hotline. By the way, if you ever have an internet marketing question, feel free to call in at (888) 835 – 2414.
Tai from Traveltostlucia.com called in to ask how to have an online identity when you are a very private person that doesn't like people to know everything about you.
I respond to Tai's question by talking about how I chose my online identity, and why I've started making the changes I've made recently. To sum up my feelings of the topic, it all comes down to you making a decision, and that's a personal one. You need to weigh the pros and cons, how it affects your family, and what you are trying to accomplish with your online business.
Cheryl calls in from London to ask how to market a Children book, since she's not a published author. She has written for a news paper and wants to know how to market it when she is not a published author.
I give suggestions as to what you need to take into account when starting ANY marketing campaign and talk about how important it is to know, and understand, your target audience.
Tai calls in again to ask how to manage your time and maintain the right focus when working 40 – 50 hours/week, and how to know what to do and when to do it.
This is where I spend the bulk of the time, because it's something that I've thought A LOT about over the last few years. I talk about issues that I've faced with managing my time, especially while having a full time job with many demands. I then go through the steps that I recommend as to HOW to manage your time.
Once again, I'd like to emphasize that if you have ANY internet Marketing Questions, call the hotline at (888) 835 – 2414.
That's it for this episode, and I'll see you in the next one 🙂
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