How To Get to Carnegie Hall
As we trudge (it feels that way sometimes) through all the noise that spews forth daily in all the RSS feeds we follow, the sameness of it all, the “more it changes, the more it stays the same.” Headlines…
- “The New SEO”
- “Quick and Dirty SEO”
- “10 SEO Tips You Need”
- “12 Fool-Proof Link-Building Strategies”
… pull you in. Can’t afford to miss something good, something new.
We check them out, looking for just one idea that’s not in the SBI! Action Guide or our HQs and that will actually work (i.e., is not spammy, dumb, etc.). With rare exception (sometimes that makes it actually worthwhile), there’s not much there.
Frankly, if you follow many of those types of feeds or Internet Marketing sites/blogs, you’d be much better off following the forums right here. We pick up more good tips to turn into pearls, and then into articles (or add to existing articles or HQs or Search It!, etc.) here, than we do in the entire “Web marketing” industry.
What SBIers write every day, pushing the tools into new areas, coming up with new ideas on how to combine them, constantly amazes. Some days, it’s small things, some days really interesting moves.
We also buy e-goods that sound particularly promising. Same bottom line…
Want to learn how to write a sales page? Read MYWS! (free). The rest of copywriting is practice, practice, practice.
Practice, by the way, is the best way, apparently, to get to Carnegie Hall.
That is a good metaphor for your e-business success. DO (i.e., practice). You’ll get to your Carnegie Hall.
For more inspirations, read Suzanne’s story… http://bit.ly/bseHKJ
All the best,