Guest-Post by: Gregory Smith
The web has become a place to waste time, for a lot of people. Forgetting our goal’s is very easy to do, while surfing the web. Have you ever jumped online with the intentions of doing something, and hours later got offline, and still hadn’t gotten what you was suppose to get done? Done feel alone, just about everyone who browses the web runs into the problem of wanting to be able to get more done in a single day, and be able to manage their time so much better than what they do.
The lack thereof in Time Management for Bloggers, Internet Marketers and other Online Professionals seems to be the sole problem for 99% of those I meet on a daily basis. I’ve been using a Time Management strategy for a little over a year now, one I’ve never shared before, one I’m going to talk about today and go over some ways you too can copy my very strategy step by step, to help you climb to the top at furious speeds.
Imaging being able to come to work in the morning to write several great articles, spend a lot of time on each of your favorite Social Media platforms, taking the time to build the badly needed backlinks you’ve been meaning to work on, setting up your new email news letter, working for a few clients of yours, and so much more “before you even take a lunch break, to be able to come back after lunch and being able to double what you done before lunch. Don’t you think that if you was able to get this much done each day of the week, putting all that time toward your site/blog, customers, etc that you’d be much further ahead in the blogging, Internet Marketing world that what you are today?
How To Get 90% More Work Done Today
First and foremost, let’s discuss self discipline. Self Discipline is how one disciplines them self. Being able to discipline yourself can create many new benefits in ones own life. The self control you have over something is strongly due to how well you are able to discipline yourself.
This is a huge topic when it comes to being a successful entrepreneur, only those entrepreneurs who have self discipline are able to fight the fight within the huge levels of competitiveness found within the Internet Marketing and blogging industries. I admit, as a professional blogger and Local Search Engine Optimization professional (SEO), I face huge challenges daily, and that’s not to mention my private life, which is 10x worse. Without maintaining self discipline, I’d not be able to do what I do and I’d never be able to reach many of the goals I have set.
What does all this have to do with anything? I’m glad you ask!
Self Discipline is what you have to have in order to follow my simple guideline. If you are like many who hate to read tutorials that involve a little work and dedication, then most likely, this post, just like many of the others you read isn’t going to be for you. Then again, if today is the day you make the decision to say to yourself; today I’m going to stand up and work and from today forth I’m going to work a lot harder to reach my individual goals, then read on!
In order to get much, much more word done in a single day and be able to establish a successful online marketing business or successful website or any sort, focusing on how much time you spend doing each task is vital toward your daily goal’s and overall productivity.
Starting today you can begin to simply work on a self drawn schedule. I’m going to show you how to draw out a schedule, one that will help you manage your online business or online blog. To get 90% more work done in a single day, you have to focus on 30-minute and one hour intervals. What I mean is, we all have task’s in which we should all be focusing on daily, as humans we are all very different, so is each of our task, so to grab a more clear understanding follow the guide-line below.
My Copy -n- Paste Time Management Schedule
When you travel from the bedroom to the couch or from the house to the office in the morning, you should already be prepared, knowing exactly what you have to do that day. Setup a schedule, allowing yourself anywhere from 30-minutes to one hour to focus your attention toward each task. Let’s assume we are all working 8-10 hour days.
Internet Marketing – Time Management Schedule Example:
- 1 Hour: Work on writing content, article’s, guest post, etc
- 30 Min: Promotion - Distribution - Link Building (for our content, article’s and guest post)
- 30 Min: Twitter and Facebook Marketing – Optimization
- 30 Min: Skype Networking – Customer Contact – Email
- 30 Min: Focus on tightening up lose ends and monetizing my blog
- 30 Min: Forum marketing and Blog Directory marketing
- 30 Min: Start a website audit
That just about clears up my post, to you. I hope that by showing you what works for me, you will make it work for you. Good luck, if you have any questions, please feel free to use the comments section below to ask me any questions you might have. I’ll “try” to answer as many SEO question’s as possible.
Gregory Smith is a self-proclaimed web-tech geek, and is a very passionate Search Engine Optimizer. Greg manages the blog over at RxSEO, and enjoys helping others. We was proud to be able to write on one of the blog’s of “Ann Smarty”. We really hope that after this post, you’ll be seeing a lot more of us around these parts. Take care, and if there’s any way we can help you, feel free to let us know!