It's the most common excuse reason I hear for not blogging or participating on social media. "I don't have time for that. I'm too busy." Maybe you are. Maybe you aren't. I don't know and I'm not judging you. Lord knows I don't blog enough myself.
But maybe I can provide a little motivation/inspiration for you. I was at a conference earlier this year and had the pleasure of hearing Ted Garnett speak. Well, speak is not entirely accurate. Perform is more like it. Ted is a force of nature and a terrific speaker. He spoke about how to manage a workforce for maximum morale and efficiency. During the presentation he played a video that shamed and inspired me at the same time.
It's one of the two reasons I think we need to stop saying, "I'm too busy to blog."
Reason #1: You're Probably Not Too Busy
The Inbound Marketing Inquirer is a weekly premium article that's free to view for members. Create a free account now:
Top Marketing Stories of the Week
Final Warning: How To Prepare for Monday's Google Reader Shutdown
Your public service announcement for today is a final reminder that Google Reader is shutting down tomorrow. This article links to alternatives. I've gone with Feedly.
What Converts Better: Free Trial Versus Money Back Guarantee?
Neil Patel - web traffic and conversion guru - fills us in on his experiences with free trials and money back guarantees.
SEO Ranking Factors – Rank Correlation 2013 for Google USA
What do web pages that are well-positioned by Google have in common and what distinguishes them from lower ranking pages? Find out in this article.