I've just listened to Naheem and Danielle on a marketing workshop, and felt that this would be a great time for me to summarise my own learning around this.
I've mentioned the 5 step process in a few of my blogs, and felt here's another opportunity to outline what is involved here, which really comes back down to the 5 habits we are taught daily.
1. Define your niche, target market, goals, and get in touch with your feelings around what is the value you want to delier here.
2. Select a strategy (not more than 2 - for me its boosting facebook posts, and blogging) and decide how much time and money you are going to invest daily.
3. Creating the blog content or post and defining your target audience, then posting it.
4. Tracking and evaluating your progress against the quality of your content.
5. Resetting your goals, making adjustments, visualising with the intent to add more to your learning through sharing and training others.
I'm finding the more I do this, the easier it gets, and the more inspiration I receive to share what I am learning. This is called integrating the learning through learn, do and teach.
Over the past few months since starting the SFM program I've ranged between confusion, frustration and overwhelm, and rather than let it consume me, I've learned how to use these emotions in a more positive way. Naheem mentioned sticking to a basic strategy around using Bing search, while measuring what is working and what isn't, and I think this is huge.
Makes total sense that the Six Figure Mentor system is set up in such a way that you don't have to focus on unnecessary building of lead capture and facebook pages.
Any additonal content that would distract you from the basics of putting out advertising and measuring or tracking the impact against your target market, then being prepared to adjust course in order to get the results you want.