Marketing shouldn’t feel hard.
That’s not to say that it shouldn’t take effort. It does.
That’s not to say it doesn’t ask you to hustle. It does.
But it shouldn’t feel like a struggle.
I see so many people struggling to figure out which tactics to use and how to use them.
If your marketing does feel like a struggle, it likely means that some of the fundamentals are missing.
When I see people struggling with their marketing, ninety per cent of the time it’s because they don’t have a clear or well articulated niche. Or, if they have the niching part sorted and their marketing is still a struggle, it’s often because they’re lacking a well-articulated point of view.
If someone have both of those things – a clear niche and a well-articulated point of view – and they are still struggling with their marketing, then the culprit is usually the lack of clear and compelling packages.
If a person has all of the above going on (clear niche, articulate point of view, and compelling packages) and the marketing piece is still not working? Then it’s almost always that that they’re using a “cold approach” to marketing, instead of identifying and building relationships with hubs.
When you’re building a house, it’s only a struggle if you don’t have clear blueprints to work from.
Maybe you are searching among the branches, for what only appears in the roots.