One easy adjustment in your thinking can break through the stubborn creative block that’s keeping you from getting great content out into the world.
Here are some ideas for how to organize your time so you give core creative work the priority it deserves, but also fit in the marketing that helps you sell your finished products.
Marketing productivity is like any other business function. If it gets prioritized and planned, it gets done.
Have a problem following through with content marketing? Why you might not be doing everything you could, and why it’s worth it to overcome the block.
You’ve created all the great content that shows readers all the reasons they should become buyers. The next step is to actually tell them how.
To be seen as a creative professional, and not a hobbyist, you need more than just social media pages. Build a home base on your own domain.