$9 + More Progress with my Business

90-Day Challenge Week 7

I’m pleased to report that I made LOTS of progress this week with my 90-Day Challenge. Here’s what I achieved:

I completed another 7 lessons of my Social Media Marketing course.

I’ve gone full steam ahead with my social media marketing course. This week came up with a free gift idea for my website. I haven’t decided if it’s going to be an ebook or just a report yet, but I started creating a gift for business owners that will help them come up with blog post ideas for their website. It’s still very much in the beginning stages, but if you want to check it out you can do so here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1rbf8DDy6EkKEZDRKVRhi4eGjlXg00m52RaF6oPFAPi0/edit?usp=sharing

I learned about squeeze pages — this one was kind of big for me because I always thought that the squeeze page was just the pop-ups that come up on a lot of websites asking people to sign up for their lists. I learned that it does much more though — it provides information on the benefits of the free gift the customer (or potential customer) will receive when they sign up for my email list. I’ve started working on creating a squeeze page for the free gift idea I came up with last week (which I’m still working on). I also learned about thank you and download pages, and affiliate marketing products. I created thank you and download pages for my website, and have looked at affiliate marketing products a little bit, though I’m not sure if I’m going to offer them to my clients since my business focuses more around a service than a product.

I applied to a writing job and got a response.

I’m just waiting to find out the next steps.

I wrote two articles on Wordgigs and made $9.

It’s not much, but it’s something. And hopefully if I get this job that I applied for on problogger.com I can start adding to that.

That’s the progress I made this week — I’m kind of impressed with myself. I’m hoping to find out more about this job I applied for, and this week I’ll also make more progress on my social media marketing course.

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