How To Build Confidence And Market Yourself Successfully
The first tip is pretty simple. Eat smaller meals more often. You will feel better, literally, when you eat more. EAT less than this. You will feel better when you eat whatever you want.
The second tip is pretty straight forward. When I was searching for reliable information on the web about how to build confidence and trustworthiness as an authority in the home based e-a-t-a-b-l-e world, I came across this quote from Google’s own search quality evaluator guidelines:
“Google’s search quality evaluator guidelines suggest that you should only provide your personal information in your personal/professional blog.” I thought that was pretty accurate at the time, but now that I’ve read Google’s latest updates to their privacy policies and search terms, I’ve realized that I’m being too trusting. So even though I trust Google, I’m going to err on the side of caution.
“Google’s search quality evaluator guidelines suggest that you should not publish press releases or testimonials about your business. Press releases and testimonials are not a good way to gain new customers. If you have questions, please contact Google for that instead.” –Gary fisher
This one is a no brainer. People don’t want to buy from you, because they don’t trust you. When you’re trying to learn how to build confidence and trustworthiness as an authority in your industry, you can’t give away all the way. Eat correctly and treat people with respect. Your relationships with your prospects will grow and you will feel better and they will feel better about being connected to you and what you’re saying.
In summary, when you’re writing articles for people to read and use in their own marketing campaigns, be sure to respect their thoughts and feelings. Don’t try to sell them on anything. Just be a good communicator and share what make you feel good. That’s how I used to do it and still do. You should too!
What about the rest of your stuff? Don’t clutter it up with lots of products you’ve never even seen or tried. Keep it simple, like this author does. Focus on giving great information and always have an answer to a potential problem.
So what should you eat? Lots of vegetables, protein and unsaturated fats (oil isn’t bad either!). And you can eat the foods you love. Remember, people can’t hear what you’re eating so write it down! Stick with foods you enjoy and know a lot about.
So what should you eat to help yourself be confident and successful in Internet marketing? Eat right and get plenty of sleep. That way you feel better when you eat. Sleep well too!