“Da” was the first pronoun I used to refer to myself as a small child. I think I was trying to say “I,” but I overcomplicated the word.
At any rate, whenever I encountered a new or challenging task — like growing human beings do — I would say out loud:
“Now how Da do dis?” (Translation: How do I do this?)
It became a running joke in my family, and it’s a phrase I still use today. When I sat down to write this article, I said to myself, “Now how Da do dis?” I say it to myself every time I write.
Ideally, content marketers of all levels are impassioned and driven, but beginners tend to be an especially enthusiastic bunch. There are so many possibilities and you want to explore them all. You know you can master content marketing; you just need to figure out how.
This week’s Copyblogger Collection is a series of three handpicked articles that will show you:
How to take advantage of exactly where you are right now
How to transform your business with a well-built brand statement
How to use specificity to build a profitable audience
As you work your way through the material below, think of the following lessons as a mini content marketing course for beginners.
5 Things to Take Advantage of When You’re Starting Something New
Your vision of success may look like having a large audience that helps sustain your business. That’s a smart goal, and there’s nothing wrong with it.