Blogosphere Roundup 3
First of all, I would like to apologise for starting my weekly roundup about a month ago and then stopping it after only two posts. I really intended to do a weekly roundup, but found my work schedule could not handle it. If I continued with it, I would have gone bonkers with the work-load. It’s great to be busy. The problem is there is just so much I’d like to do.
I’ve decided at the moment I will go with a monthly roundup of my favourites that I will post at the end of each month. I’d be happy to hear your thoughts on this.
Contrary to what some might expect of a monthly roundup, I decided to keep mine short but sweet. Out of the list of my favourite posts from the past month, I’ve selected only five of the best. Hope you enjoy them and learn from them as much as I did.
So, without further ado, here are my April favourites:
by Susan Oakes
One of the most important things you have to know about your customers is their profile. This does not mean just knowing their age and location but also their lifestyle, thoughts and even their hobbies. With this profile, you establish better relationships with your customers. In this article, let Susan share some of her tips on how to get the profile of your customers.
by Pawel Grabowski
Standing out is one of the goals of every business there is. Business owners believe that this staying above the competition will get them the customers and sales they need to catapult them to success. While others advise different complicated schemes on how to achieve this, Pawel has a different take on it. Read on and learn.
by Fernando Tarnogol
Do you try to keep up with a schedule to write and post at least three articles every week because many other bloggers advise this? Are you so frazzled that you are thinking of quitting? This article tells you that it’s okay to entertain thoughts about quitting. This will pass if you will just relax and let your mind rest for a while instead of forcing yourself to produce when your mind is screaming at you to take a break.
Are there days when you have no idea what to write? Whether you are a serious blogger or someone who believes in writing to offer information to your prospects and clients, this article by Jasmine could point you to the right direction on where to find inspiration or ideas for your next post. There are other tips here as well that will help make sure your articles will get read.
by Danny Brown
Life can give you hell sometimes. But, this is not a reason to take your life. Instead, it is a call to stand up and face the challenge. You need someone to hold your hand and help pick you up though. Let Danny Brown be one of those persons. Allow him to touch your life with his amazing life experience.