1. Capture Reader’s Attention
2. Make sure your content keeps people wanting more.
3. Leave them with something to remember the rest of the day
Some more thoughts:
Email – – Do you scan your email to see who it is from and the subject information?
Twitter – – Do you find yourself reading the texts that are 60 characters or less?
Voice mail – -Do you listen to people who leave short, precise messages first before tackling those 1-2 minute and more messages.
Linkedin – Do you look at the title of the shared link first, or the person who sent it?
Blog – Do you skip over blogs that you have to scroll through to read through the entire post.
If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions, think about people who read the content you share with them.
Try one of the following
Send an email – Try keeping your email responses to 3 sentences or less. Make sure you end with some type of action you would like the reader to execute.
Share a Tweet – Call out someone this morning and wish them a great day!
Voice mail – – Speak your name, and give the person a good reason to call you back. Speak your phone number very slow or give it twice.
Linkedin – – Try posting a comment about something that you are working on or have experienced at your workplace.
Blog – – Write a blog post less than 300 words and see if your post attracts more or less people than the previous post.
These are simple ways to market yourself quickly and effectively on a daily basis.
The only way to see success in this area is to constantly experiment.
Try it and I believe you will see results.