Don’t go changing…

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One of my favourite (most overused, if I’m honest!) words is ‘consistent’. I love a bit of consistency. Whether that’s consistency in Marketing activity or message, it’s showing up saying the same Thing (Find your Thing, anyone?) over and over until you’ve told everyone who needs to hear it.

There’s also consistency in how you do what you and how you ask people to buy.

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Less is More (but do it often)

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Less is very often more when it comes to Marketing and sharing your Thing. ‘Spreading yourself too thin’ is a very likely outcome when you try and be in too many places at once, Marketing-wise. And you know this, I am sure, yet still… sometimes… shiny shiny new marketing objects come along and look oh so distracting!

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Twitter for Business: 9 Community Management Tips

Wendy Kier, The Queen of Twitter, blogs about the need to have a Twitter business strategy that sits in line with your overall marketing goals and objectives, and how random Tweeting does very little in way of attracting new business.

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Teach don’t Preach

If your Thing is something ‘new’ or a new angle on some-thing,then you may need to teach your audience about it. This is NOT the same as preaching to them about it.

So set out your classroom and educate your pupils so they see for themselves your Thing is an answer.

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Did you file it under ‘Common Sense’?

When you know something and know it so well, you can’t quite believe other people don’t know it. Sometimes this is ‘learned’ knowledge–a new topic you just took a course in, or a book you just read. And sometimes it’s something you ‘filed away from years ago’. Other times, it’s just something you figured out was ‘common sense’. The problem with common sense, though, is everyone’s file contains different entries.

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What I know

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I don’t know everything. I am always learning, always finding more ways to solve things, and discovering more ways to share what I know.

What I do know is that I know enough. In fact I know plenty. What I know is that what I know is of value to other people.

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