Weekly Round-Up: What Do You Need? Edition

image by  renjith krishnan/FreeDigitalPhotos.netFor some reason I feel like I’ve been running behind myself this week, trying to catch up. Hopefully next week will move at a slightly slower pace.

I haven’t had time to read a whole lot. I did find some articles and blog posts that have been food for thought. Here they are, in no particular order:

Who Would By a Product From Me? over at John Thornhill’s blog struck a chord. I’m mentally mapping out my first big info product. In the process, I’ve had a lot of the doubts John mentions.

I’ve also been thinking about how to generate more traffic to my blog. Ana Hoffman’s Increase Website Traffic Guide has given me some ideas. Interestingly enough, it’s also given me some ideas that I could possibly use to spice up PLR packs if I ever get off my butt and get my PLR store going. (That’s actually a goal for next month. It was also a goal for February, and we see how far that got. I’m inching toward it, I swear.)

But probably the topic I’ve put the most thought into this week has been this question, posed in Amanda’s blog: What Does Your Audience Need? Find It and Give It To Them.

I’m still kind of excited about having an audience. Maybe I shouldn’t be admitting that, but it’s true. I still don’t have an entirely clear picture of what y’all need that I can help you with.

Would you mind sharing your thoughts on that with me? What is it you need in your business right now, regardless of whether you think I can supply it? What are your goals for the coming month? Let me know in the comments.






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2 thoughts on “Weekly Round-Up: What Do You Need? Edition

  1. Thanks so much for the shout, Katie!
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