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Title: How to: Marketing in a 10 minute coffee break

  • How to
  • Marketing in a
  • 10 minute coffee break

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How to Marketing in a 10 minute coffee break
  • I know what youre thinking oh god, not
    marketing again. But wait, dont close the page,
    these are the quickest and easiest steps for
    growing your marketing in as little as 10
    minutes. Finding the perfect marketing strategy
    and implementing it can be a struggle for any
  • Measuring results and knowing if any given action
    actually did something for your business is
    difficult in the best case, impossible in the
    worst. Here are 7 quick suggestions, perfect for
    those times when you just cant afford or dont
    want to spend more than 10 minutes on your
    marketing efforts

How to
1) Introduce yourself to one person youd like to
  • No subtly asking for jobs, no bragging - just let
    somebody know you exist and what you do. Find
    someone who inspires, intrigues or drives you
    forward. Say hi. Whether it is going to be an
    interesting conversation, an insight into their
    way of doing things or a potential job
    opportunity, it doesnt really matter. Its about
    forming a connection.

2) Check in with clients of the past
  • There are people who you dont know at all, like
    the ones above, and people that you do know but
    havent contacted in a while. Such as former
    clients. Its worth checking in with them once in
    a while too. Ask them how their job is going and
    if they are still satisfied with the work you
    did. Maybe they forgot about you and could use
    your help.

3) Engage with your audience!
  • Engagement is rule number one on social media,
    blogs and any form of online interaction with
    your audience. Thank the people who said nice
    things about your work. Answer those who have
    questions and discuss with those who disagree.

4) Engage with other audiences
  • Your audience is not the only one out there
    other ones represent possible clients and
    colleagues too. Tap into those source by visiting
    your favorite blogs or websites and engaging in
    the discussion going on there. Dont forget to
    include a short signature describing your
    business or linking to your site.

5) Think about why your post/tweet/comment did so
  • Sometimes the best effort is not to just
    mindlessly keep doing what you set out to do, but
    to lean back and think about your strategy. Find
    your marketing strengths. Analyze content that
    gets positive feedback and understand what makes
    it good. Follow that model, then go back to the
    beginning of this paragraph. Refining your
    content will eventually lead to the perfect
    recipe youre looking for.

6) Share something interesting youve stumbled
  • Just share something and say why you think its
    good/bad/interesting. Reading it and summing up
    your thoughts in a sentence doesnt take much
    time. Its a good way to keep people updated.
    Moreover, it helps keep your profiles active when
    you just dont have the time or inspiration to
    create a lot of content.

7) Update your profiles
  • Last but not least, spend 10 minutes on a profile
    you havent brushed up for a while. Add your
    latest projects, ideas and other updates on your
    current professional status. Whether it is
    Facebook, Twitter, freelancing sites or anything
    else. Its a huge difference between finding
    freelancers who havent changed their profiles
    for a year and someone who just updated it a
    month ago.

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