Six Daily Marketing Routines

Six Daily Marketing Routines

Have you ever wondered what you really need to do to attract all those ideal clients you need?

Well, I’ve answered that question hundreds of times. And since I’ve achieved my goals and helped hundreds of people achieve them or get very close to them, I’m going to develop the answer to that question for Women of Business readers today.

I don’t know if you’re going to like the answer, maybe not, but I don’t like sugarcoating things.

To Attract The Ideal Clients, I Recommend That You Follow These 6 Daily Marketing Routines.

1. Plan – Plan Your Day Every Day

Although of course, long-term and weekly planning is also necessary. But nothing like daily planning, that is, committing daily to carry out certain priority tasks to achieve your goals. You don’t need to have 10, 20, or 30 agenda items, just four or five.

Just ask yourself: what do I need to do today that will allow me to take a step or two to attract the good customers I need? It is what we focus on and measure that allows us to complete those steps. Then you have to take action.

2. Write – Write Something Every Day

Marketing is about communication. And if you write, you are communicating. Many people worry about not having anything to write about. But when you commit to writing something every day, I assure you that very soon you will discover that you have more ideas than time to carry them out.

Write useful materials for your marketing: content for your website or blog, articles to publish in other media, reports, reports, notes on ideas you have, an ebook on your topic, write a note for your newsletter, etc. You don’t have to complete the task on the same day, just make a little progress every day.

3. Connect – Chat With A Minimum Of One Prospect Per Day

Connect, whether you’re meeting someone for the first time at a networking event or following up with a prospect you’ve sent a proposal. Make daily contact one of your priorities; Contact at least one potential client per day.

And if you can’t keep up with that daily rhythm, connect with an association or referral source. Call to catch up, go out for coffee or lunch. This simple activity gets people in your network thinking about you, which often leads to new business.

Another available resource is the social networks that create many opportunities, especially for women. keep in mind that social media should not be a substitute for meeting people face-to-face.

4. Keep records – Track your progress daily

If you don’t know where you are in the marketing game and where your customers are, how will you know what move to make? You do not know. Keep track of what is important: the number of visitors to your website, the number of subscribers to your newsletter, the number of contacts you make, the number of interviews you get, and the clients you actually obtained.

Marketing is a game. Can you imagine a game in which no one scores? It’s stupid. In a week or two, I’m going to launch a program and app to track progress with clients. Stay informed!

5. Read – Read Every Day

Marketing and sales knowledge is not in short supply. You can keep up with reading a little daily. Reading stimulates the development of new ideas.

Read books, e-books, newsletters, articles like this, etc. That knowledge will help you improve your marketing and be a more experienced businesswoman.

6. Mindset – Work On Your Thinking Every Day

What you think determines your actions, your actions determine your habits, and your habits determine your life. When I talk about working on your thinking, what I mean is that you have to challenge and question your thinking.

You can start with this thought: Is it true that I don’t have time to plan, write, connect, track my progress, and read every day? If you think you can’t, you just can’t.


Doing these six things every day has the potential to not only transform your business but also transform yourself in the process. You will emerge as a more trustworthy, knowledgeable, articulate person, with the potential to continually attract more good customers.

Commit to following these six steps every business day for the next month (take weekends off!) and I guarantee you’ll be amazed at the tremendous progress your business will experience.


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