Tuesday, December 21, 2010
One Less Thing to DoIt was supposed to be a paperless society.
It was supposed to save us time.
"It" was the personal computer.
Then the Internet.
Followed by Email, and social media which includes Blogs, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and about 40 to 400 more options that will come and go.
Each new advancement in communication is supposed to make us more money and/or save us time.
But there is a tipping point, a point where you might feel that it is all pointless?
Your email marketing campaign, your blog posts, your tweets, status updates, all take time and who is reading them anyway?
So you contemplate dropping one, two, or three of them, not really sure which ones to keep doing.
There is another option that I discovered a few years ago, and you are reading it right now.
I write 36 blog posts every single week, on three different blogs. Plus about 4 other posts a month on a couple more blogs.
I do this in my free time along with working 50+ hours a week in advertising and marketing for a group of radio stations, serving on a few local boards and advisory committees and having family time and a weekly date night with my wife.
Each blog covers different subject material, and appeal to different people.
Instead of me composing a newletter, FeedBlitz does it for me. Readers can subscribe to any and all or just the one that most suits their interest. FeedBlitz pulls my blog posts and sends them via e-mail to subscribers.
One Less Thing to do, thanks to Feedblitz.
About the Author
His 25 years of advertising and marketing business includes radio, print and a variety of social media outlets.
He is most active on Twitter @ScLoHo and his blogs which can be found at http://www.scloho.net/; or simply Google ScLoHo and you'll find him.
He can be contacted at 260-710-7078 and Scott@ScLoHo.net