Nothing ever works on the Internet.
You’ll never do anything right the first time. It’ll always have to be tweaked, edited, redone, gone over, thrown out, started over.
Sometimes you’ll just throw your hands up in the air and swear at your MacBook.
That’s life as an online marketer.
We had a saying in the Army that no plan ever survives contact with the enemy.
No plan ever survives contact with reality.
Today’s subject is brought to you by frustration when attempting to schedule posts on my blog.
Everything was working great for the first 3 posts. After that, it all went sideways. I couldn’t schedule a post. No matter how many times I tried, the program wouldn’t save all of my work. I re-entered it at least half a dozen times.
Each time, the whole post disappeared and I had to start over.
Until I finally gave up and moved on to something else. In this case, it’s writing about the situation.
That’s one good thing about being an email (or other copy) writer. Nothing bad ever happens to a writer, because it all becomes fodder for the copy writing machine.
You should never let a good situation go to waste. When all else fails, write about it.
After I’m finished writing this for you, I’ll head on over to my Online Marketing Command Center and schedule some emails or something.
There’s always something to do when you’re a marketer, and almost everything I do is located in the same place. Whether I’m writing emails, making videos, setting up tracking or building a new funnel, it’s all right there.
Besides being so easy to use, I avoid lots of frustration because it’s all on the same platform.
That means I only had one learning curve and the entire system is integrated to work together smoothly and seamlessly.
So when the inevitable happens and I’m stuck in one area, I’ve got the rest of my tools right there waiting for me to move on to something else.
That’s how I stay productive in the face of marketing frustration.
Shrug it off, pick a new objective, login and get started.
You can get started making your marketing less frustrating right here