How to Take Action If Your Stuck!

by John S. Rhodes 4 replies
Here's what I do when I'm stuck...

I write.

I write content for one of my blogs.
I write an article to do some article marketing.
I write some sales copy for a new product.
I write something based on PLR I own.
I write a script for a video to be filmed.
I write an autoresponder message.
I write an answer to question on Yahoo Answers.
I write a forum posting, like this one.

You might say, "But I don't know what to write."

My response is simple. There's got to be something
that you can write about. Seriously, look at all of
your choices above. Go read a blog and then react
to what they are saying. You've got opinions. Just
write them and be sure to link back to your site(s).

There is no "writer's block" in internet marketing.
Well, there might be, but you can fight it.

If you're ready for the next step, do this...

Create a "rainy day" list of topics. Everyone has
days where they are full of ideas. On those day,
DON'T write. Instead, write down all of your ideas
and write down your notes, or an outline. Position
yourself for days where you don't have anything
to say at all. (You'll never get stuck again if you
follow this golden advice.)

If there's one thing I've learned as it's this -- you
must be able to generate loads and loads of new
content. Yes, you can outsource it, but even then,
you need keywords, concepts, and ideas. This is
also a type of content.

OK, I've written enough for now. Just remember...

If you're stuck or if you're lost, generate content!

~ John
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  • Profile picture of the author JayXtreme
    Originally Posted by John S. Rhodes View Post

    Here's what I do when I'm stuck...

    I write.

    I write content for one of my blogs.
    I write an article to do some article marketing.
    I write some sales copy for a new product.
    I write something based on PLR I own.
    I write a script for a video to be filmed.
    I write an autoresponder message.
    I write an answer to question on Yahoo Answers.
    I write a forum posting, like this one.

    You might say, "But I don't know what to write."

    My response is simple. There's got to be something
    that you can write about. Seriously, look at all of
    your choices above. Go read a blog and then react
    to what they are saying. You've got opinions. Just
    write them and be sure to link back to your site(s).

    There is no "writer's block" in internet marketing.
    Well, there might be, but you can fight it.

    If you're ready for the next step, do this...

    Create a "rainy day" list of topics. Everyone has
    days where they are full of ideas. On those day,
    DON'T write. Instead, write down all of your ideas
    and write down your notes, or an outline. Position
    yourself for days where you don't have anything
    to say at all. (You'll never get stuck again if you
    follow this golden advice.)

    If there's one thing I've learned as it's this -- you
    must be able to generate loads and loads of new
    content. Yes, you can outsource it, but even then,
    you need keywords, concepts, and ideas. This is
    also a type of content.

    OK, I've written enough for now. Just remember...

    If you're stuck or if you're lost, generate content!

    ~ John
    Spot on There star...

    There is no writers block... just excuses to be lazy..

    Peace

    Jay
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  • Profile picture of the author Ron Douglas
    Yes, this is so true. There is always something you can write. I was a bit stuck today and decided to send an email to my list and write a few posts here.
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  • Profile picture of the author PaulSchubert
    Excellent post John! There are so many posts regarding the same subject, but way too long. Yours is short, sweet, and to the point.

    PAS
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