‘Write to express, not to impress’ should be the universal rule for content creators out there.
You should be crafting content to communicate and to resonate with your specific audience in mind, but NOT to impress your peers nor show off that you are better than everyone else. It’s unfortunate that some creators go astray as to what is their real purpose. You should go back and look at why you started in the first place. Is it because this is your passion and you have a valuable content to offer that can help your audience? Is it merely because of profit? Or are you just seeking external validation?
Join us on today’s episode as we discuss how you can prevent the common mistake that can limit your growth as a content creator. If you don’t want to be a victim of this trap then you better stay tuned!
“You got to keep focus on who are you writing for and try to help those people and provide useful content for them instead of impressive content for your peers. The way you are going to impress your peers is by being successful, doing well at what you do, that’s what really earns people’s respect.” – Mike Yanda
Welcome to the Laptop Empires podcast hosted by Bobby Hoyt (Millennial Money Man) and Mike Yanda (Red Dirt Marketing Co).
In this twice weekly podcast the former Band Director(Bobby) and Attorney(Mike) share cutting-edge strategies for growing an online businesses. The duo pull on their experiences building blogs, online communities, and courses to grow businesses for themselves and other business owners.
Every episode is packed with content and actionable strategies presented in a laid back, conversational manner. No topic is too big or small for this no-filter show about making money online and having fun doing it.
Whether you’re a full-time entrepreneur, side hustler, or you’re thinking about joining this crazy online business world, you’ll want to join the Laptop Empires crew each Monday and Thursday and learn how to create an online business that lasts.
In this episode, here is what you’ll discover:
- What are the mistakes that bloggers make
- Writing to the wrong people
- What is the trap most bloggers fall into
- Useful content for the people you should be writing for VS Impressive content for your peers
- Solve the problem of the people who are following you
- What limits creator’s growth
- Effect of engaging in the comment section
- Focus on your content and reader
- The 80/20
- Content that resonates to your audience
- Your bank account as scoreboard
- Significance of being unique
- Throwing stones
Items Mentioned In The Show:
- The Most Common Regret of Professional Bloggers – Episode 48
- Laptop Empires
- Millennial Money Man
- Launch That Blog
- The Facebook Side Hustle Course
- Is Paying for Traffic Cheating? – Episode 32
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