The Efficient Approach to Marketing Your Business with Content

The Efficient Approach to Marketing Your Business with Content

Reader Comments (15)

  1. I will miss getting these in my inbox every weekday. One email on Thursdays just won’t be the same.

    • It will take some getting used to, Malinda. But we’re hoping the Thursday email will be a super useful guide and will help to lighten the load in everyone’s inbox.

      We’d love to hear what you think about it after you’ve received a few of them, so please let us know!

  2. I love content marketing. It gives an opportunity to teach, entertain and engage with people. I use blog post, forums, guest blogging and social media. It’s cheap yet very effective strategy that helps build following and credibility.

  3. Thanks for sharing part of your book, Pamela! I can tell it’s a masterpiece.

    I’m so glad I read this today! This morning I was asking my dad if he had any tips he could give me that will help me create content easily. You answered my question. 🙂

  4. Hi Pamela,

    Really enjoyed reading this! The way you described turning writing into a habit or “frictionless” really hit the nail on the head for me! Great tips for sure.

    Thanks for sharing this piece with us. Looks like your book will be a hit!


  5. Hi Pamela,

    This is a brilliant approach to content creation. So practical and so true from my experience.

    Content creation really does get more fun over time. More fun than a chef who has complete control of the menu.

    You don’t see anyone out there saying much about the importance of the environment we work in to create our content. You make some great points. I feel for those creating content in a cubicle farm and they don’t have much say in their environment. I remember those days and how some folks loved it really dark and others wanted lots of natural light.

    Work-at-homers, count your blessings.

    Pam, this excerpt indicates a fantastic book is soon to be released! Can’t wait.


  6. Dear Pamela,

    Thank you for such a nice and useful article. I have struggled with writing content efficiently in the past and have taken similar steps to improve. I love how you mentioned “Don’t think too much. Just write.” On the wall in front of me, I have a sign that reads “Don’t think, don’t try, just do.” I have found that this helps keep me going. It is so easy to get caught up in the planning or thinking and I have found that often times if I am stuck, I can just start writing, anything at all, and soon my thoughts become organized. Thanks again 🙂

  7. Hi Pamela,

    I enjoyed reading this post. Thanks for explaining how to make an approach to writing with a more personal and human perspective. It will be a pleasure to continue reading your book.

    Thank you!


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