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Are You Content With Your Daily Output? 3 Critical Changes That Will Triple Your Production Rate

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Author: Dina Giolittoi

I'm an internet marketer just like you are, so I know how crazy things can get. Trying trying trying for better page rank, all the time. Emails flying in from everywhere and you just can't keep up. Juicy network posts distracting you again. Server trouble, client rush jobs... and uhh... what was it that you had planned to do today? Following are Five Critical Steps You Can Take Right Now to get on the path to better productivity, laser-focused marketing and more PROFIT.

1. Train Your Brain to Think Mostly Marketing Thoughts.

I get so upset when I see my friends digressing again and again on their blogs and in their emails. That's because I know that with every non-selling focused piece of content they produce, they just wasted at LEAST an hour writing pointless copy, and then probably two more hours responding to the onslaught of reactions they got. You MUST focus your mind if you want to get ahead in this industry. When I meet marketers who are able to stay 90% on track with room for a wee bit of fun, I smile to myself because it's my goal to be just like them, always. It should be yours as well!

2. Look for the Golden Opportunity No Matter How Crappy Things Seem.

Another thing that can majorly throw you off course: disappointment. What happened today that got you down, and what did you do? Instead of dwelling on the negative and complaining to people, train yourself to take immediate corrective action. Didn't land that job contract? Pick up where you left off in your article marketing campaign. Server keeps crashing? Log off, step back and devote 20 minutes of your attention to the email marketing campaign you said you were going to write. When you feel scattered, it's because you are scattered. Take some time to regroup and then streamline your effort toward getting six new tasks that you WILL accomplish today.

3. Be Slick About Where You Put Your Existing Content.

Let's suppose you have a plan to release 20 new articles, send an e-book of brand new content to your subscribers twice this month, and post in your blog at least twice a week. In what order will you set out to accomplish these tasks for the least amount of work for you? Do this: write ten fresh articles, pack them up in an e-book BEFORE you distribute them to the article websites, and send to your subscribers with an alert about "never before released info!" Once the excitement dies down, use the same ten articles to post on the web everywhere you can. Choose a few from the pile and post to your blog. Repeat the procedure for the next ten. You just saved yourself a bundle of time.

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Dina Giolitto is a copywriting consultant and ghostwriter with 10 years of experience writing corporate print materials and web content. Trust her with your next e-book, article series or web project, and make a lasting impression on your audience of information-hungry prospects. Visit for more details.

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