I know. I haven’t visited your website lately.
I have a morning routine, and I do schedule the time I write and when and how I do my marketing. But, during different periods, like the one I’ve been experiencing for the past 4-5 weeks, I just can’t seem to get anything done. I’ve been on vacation, and it might be due to the different environment, I’m not sure what the real reason is.
But, there are several things; I’ve been marketing the music festival and it was an awesome experience. I learned a lot from doing something I’ve never done before. And, at the same time, I’m still new to sports marketing and sponsorships. And, at the same time, I’m doing my best to make a dent in the universe.
When everything fails
The one thing I really wish I would have been able to accomplish is to read more blog posts and keep up with commenting. It was the first thing I stopped doing, and I think that the reason why I stopped was because it was so easy to stop. It didn’t feel like anyone was waiting for me to arrive at their site and that they’d miss me if they didn’t see my comment. What’s a few weeks, right?
On the other hand, it’s easy to start a bad habit. That’s why I have been asking myself the question; How do you focus on blogging when you don’t have the time?
I’m telling myself that’s it’s always about getting things done. I need to accomplish something, on a daily basis. No matter what I do in business, I need to get results. And, I need to find a way to make the results visible. That’s why I am more into writing stories to explain marketing. That’s what I find to be easy.
I keep writing, no matter what. Sometimes it’s just a journal, other times it ends up here, and you can read it.
When life gets busy, I stop and think about what I really need to do, and I pause everything else.
There are many reasons why you should do it, and here are the 12 best reasons why you should comment on blogs. But, commenting on blogs is not just a way to get more comments on your blog (people reciprocate), and to get more traffic. The real reason why you need to do it, is to build a relationship with fellow bloggers. That’s it.
You’re building a strong relationship with consistent comments. It might end up in giving you more business, or it might end up in personal gains, or just really helpful feedback. It’s hard to say what it’ll do for you, but it all started with a blog comment…