Are You Sabotaging Your Content Before You Even Hit The Publish Button?

content creationIf you’re a student of Attraction Marketing, you know the drill…

Become a magnet to others by creating over-the-top VALUE, so that people can’t help but want to work with you.

It’s magical.

One way that people bring value to the marketplace is to create killer CONTENT.

Content in the form of videos, audios, articles, blog posts, even Facebook status updates can springboard you into the spotlight, a person seen as a leader who helps others.

Then it’s time to cash in on all your hard work, by adding people to your business and generating affiliate income from people who trust you taking your recommendation and purchasing an affiliate product or service.

Again, it’s magical.

But there’s a problem.

You’re Creating Great Content But…

You’ve decided to take the high road, to resist the temptation of spamming links for a possible quick hit  and to put out quality content to help others.

You create and publish content religiously and you work darn hard at it!

And yet, nothing seems to be happening.

People are reading your blog posts and watching your videos, but you’re not seeing much action.

What’s the problem?  Are you doing it wrong?

Probably not.

It most likely comes down to 3 possible explanations:

1.  Time — you haven’t waited long enough for the snowball effect to occur.  Momentum takes time.

2.  Call To Action – are you being absolutely clear as to what you want your readers to do?   Be sure your call to action is unquestionably clear and given in a strong manner.

3.  Belief — ahhh, belief!

This is where I see most good content marketers struggle — the belief that their content is GREAT and people NEED to see it.

It’s the belief that YOU are the leader that others are looking for…

And if people aren’t working with you or buying your stuff, their progress in building a business will be hindered.

Unfortunately…

It’s also the point where the rubber meets the road and many good marketers creating quality content are actually sabotaging themselves BEFORE they even hit the publish button.

Watch the video below for more:

What Now?

If you’re stuck in this space of not seeing much bang for your content, you could be shooting yourself in the foot.

Don’t panic.

First, be sure it’s been a while since you’ve been CONSISTENTLY adding value — at least 90 days.

If you believe you have an issue with believing in yourself, I recommend getting with mentors or professionals who can help.

This resource helped me greatly (not an affiliate link):  HOW TO RECEIVE.

Understand that like anything else, believing in yourself is a process and may take some time.

But DON’T stop creating and publishing content while you’re working on your belief.

That would be a mistake, because once it clicks in the results from all you’ve done will be AMAZING!

 

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4 Responses to “Are You Sabotaging Your Content Before You Even Hit The Publish Button?”

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  1. Suraj Pande says:

    I was always looking for the next best thing that was easy to implement. However, now I am changing my methods and am focusing on building a business and my own products.
    Thanx for sharing…..

  2. Jake says:

    Belief is really important! if you don’t believe in yourself, all your writings will fail to attract the deserved attention. It’s not magic, simply in your words people will find something not “perfect”.

    wrong sentences, or doubts. There will be something alarming them, and that’s because you don’t believe in yourself.

  3. Susan Velez says:

    I used to be a bottom dweller and had over 20 niche sites set up and was making good money online. I was always looking for the next best thing that was easy to implement. However, now I am changing my methods and am focusing on building a business and my own products. Great video and it really hit home.

  4. The post is really helpful to create epic content , Iam thinking that how much effort you’ve put to create this epic post. Now coming to the epic content, the first thing i consider = Titles or headlines. Secondly images and quality content.

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