We have reached the Quick tip number 99. I’d love to hear if you have found any of these useful. And if you have put any of these to use, have you seen any progress. So I think it is a good time to evaluate your progress.
In the past I did mention that you should document your statistics. But even if you failed to do this, most of these are saved by the good people who provide us with our social media sites, Facebook and Twitter, Soundcloud and so forth. Did you set up your Email list with Mailchimp, or others? Your website? You should have a lot of information available to you. So what do you do with it?
Here’s the basics. Simple blank document on any of your preferred text editing software. Write down what your social media sites following, plays, Email sign ups and website visits were at the beginning of the year, all of these go back at least one year. Then write beside it what those numbers are today. Was there growth? I know at the end of the day it is only a number and the quality of your engagement with your followers always wins over the numbers, but this will give you a general idea of how you are doing.
If there is growth, see where this is happening and figure out if you can keep it going. If there is no growth, figure out what you are doing wrong. Going back to the Quick tip 1 and reading them all through might not be the worst thing you ever do 😉
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