When I first started working online, I found myself getting all wrapped up in the technical things like keyword research, building sites, article marketing, and on and on and on.

At times I really felt like my head would EXPLODE from all the information I was trying to learn, digest, AND put into action.

Turns out, there was really only ONE THING I was doing that really led to success in my niche.

Oddly, I didn't even know I was doing "it" until much, much later.

Had I known to do "it" and went about doing "it" with a true purpose as opposed to sheer accident, I would've done it MUCH sooner because it is the ONE THING that led to....

- Being known in my niche

- Getting followers in my niche

- Building lists in my niche

- Making MUCH more money in my niche

- Being trusted and "recognized" in my niche

- Needing to do MUCH less keyword research

- MUCH less work,stress, and effort when creating content

- MUCH less effort for back links

So - What IS that ONE THING?

What IS the "It"?

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jatdebeaune Premium
What good advice! It's a no brainer when you think about it. It's the best way to make yourself heard, especially when you have something special to offer people. Winners all around. Thank you Jennifer.
Apina Premium
Awesome tip, I definitely agree becoming part of a community is key to success in any business, on or offline
Laursen Premium
Great post Jennifer. Thank you for sharing this. :-)
JonnyX Premium
Classical example of my old family bar business (or any business for that matter!) in the early nineties, business grew only from good service which in turn lead to word of mouth referrals which in turn lead to good reputation and then ultimately successful business. Solid foundation for good business! Simple search and rankings are so very one dimensional for longevity and established reputation. Good post, Jennifer!
morlandroger Premium
As always Jennifer clear and to the point. Got me thinking about a few things I could do to really engage more with my target audience, particularly in the fields that I am enthusiastic about.