You know how weird it feels when someone invites you out but doesn’t follow up?

That’s what irregular blogging schedules do when you’re launching a campaign of any sort.

When we blog, we’re not only talking to people. I’ll repeat that because it sounds a bit ridiculous, but it’s the difference between success and failure in many cases.

We’re talking to search engines. We’re making eyes with Google and flirting with Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter on the side.

And we do it with a regular posting schedule, among other things that are being crafted right now in my How To Write For People AND Google course.

Now back to the guy or girl inviting you out, but not asking all the way, as in setting up this potential plan… Does it build your interest in getting together or does it cool your interest?

Blogging works the same, when you’re building something bigger online. And I hope you’re aiming to create something bigger or better.

Give us a date and time to look forward to every day, week, month, or year. 🙂

A great example is Creative Market. I look forward to their Monday freebies more than is decent to admit. It literally makes my Monday morning sometimes, because I love their graphics and fonts so much!

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Over the years I’ve crafted a delicious recipe for joy and success online

Roasted-Garlic-Macaroni-and-Cheese example for how to sell your art online course recipeIt works like one of those great recipes where you can play with the ingredients for the rest of your life as long as you get the proportions right on what matters most. There are probably a million ways to make mac and cheese, including gooey smoked gouda, and cheddary baked versions. Yet, you can create a new one every week if you want, because the basic recipe, the formula, works: noodles, gooey cheesy stuff to bind them, seasonings, and heat. The trick is in doing it WELL… 🙂

(Take a peek at Gordon Ramsey’s Twitter account for a laugh if you want to see him roast other people’s food pictures. Hilarious! )

If you’re looking at creating a global business and appreciate a playful, mythological perspective mingled with practical technical advice, I suggest you take my How To Sell Your Art Online course. It’s pays for itself almost immediately, it covers the basics, including the mental/emotional blocks most people experience, (and how to move through them!), and is the award-winning formula that works so well Wiley Publishing asked me to write a book about it for them.

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All my courses are money back guaranteed for any reason – for a year. So there’s nothing to lose but your time and profits… 😉

You’ll have everything you need to know and more to decide whether creating a global brand is for you and you’ll have a detailed recipe for how to do it.