Sunday, November 1, 2015

Evaluate Where You Are with Zig Ziglar

If you don't know where you are, you'll have a hard time finding directions to get you where you want to go. . . to where you should be . . .  to where you need to be.

This five minute video gives an interesting look at evaluating where you are. And, heading toward the end of the year, it seems like a good time to take a step back and take a look.

A great marketer, Zig Ziglar, had lots and lots of business and life wisdom that I'll hopefully occasionally share with you via YouTube videos. This one is Evaluate Where You Are:


Blogging and Google Rankings – Do You Really Want to Use That Content?
Author-Reader Engagement: How to Serve Your Audience
A Book Title That Sells

Talking about evaluating where you are, how's your blogging going? Are you getting visitors to your site? How about building your authority? What about sales?

Become a Power-Blogger and Content Writer in Just 4 Weeks
More Visibility, More Authority, More Sales

This interactive e-class through WOW! Women on Writing will teach you to write super-charged (optimized) blog posts / articles and content that will be reader and SEO friendly, shareable, engaging, and will increase conversion. It’s a must for authors, writers, and home businesses.



  1. Love sharing your wisdom and frugal way to learn more about this topic, Karen!

  2. Five minutes is good. I'm beginning to avoid all the long, fluffy videos that are making the rounds. Thanks, Karen,

    1. I'm with you Anne. Who has the time for fluff. Short, easy to digest tidbits work best. :)

  3. This is one reason I advise authors to record their successes using their media kit. That way the media kit does double duty and the list keeps an author positive and aware or their direction! Find my double-duty ideas (read that time-saving!) ideas for marketing books in #TheFrugalBookPromoter at

  4. Great advice, Carolyn. Writers need to make note of their successes. I have your book! Great information for us writers and authors.

  5. I love all of this information. Thank you!!

  6. Hi, Tanesha. So glad to see you here! Thanks for leaving a comment!


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