Man Bags, Content and Pace
I was at a Roger Waters concert last night. The concert was was amazing and as we were shuffling out at the end I noticed a guy in front of me had one of those leather over the shoulder hipster bags with a laptop in it..
I wondered why he brought this with him to the concert. So yes weirdly I tapped him on the shoulder and asked.
He didn’t think I was weird but said he worked for himself and knew he would have some downtime prior to the concert so got some work done while he was in a coffee shop.
We left it at that. He didn’t call security either.
In a parallel universe I have a a client who I had given some content advice for her website. There were some gaping content holes that with a modicum of effort would have increased the business rankings. She had paid me for a consult and I gave her a detailed plan to improve here traffic mostly based on new content.
She hadn’t got to even creating the first words 3 weeks later. Creating this content would have definitely increased her rankings for several areas as the search competition for the terms I advised her on is modest and 4-5 articles of 3-400 words in length would have been of massive benefit.
Man bag man would have crushed it.
Working on your online activities is a job that will make you money. Some things work, some don’t . You try, redo, test, and, fail, then you succeed and start all over again.
I am man bag man when it comes to content and marketing. It’s what I do all day, into the evenings and often late at night I come back into the office and do some more. I learn from doing. I write notes on my phone when out and about. I take photos for ideas.
Everything I know about online I learnt myself from hundreds of hours of work. And I am still learning every day.
Being successful online is all about pace and working at a fast regular steady pace. Ignoring that means you fail and are overtaken.
I am man bag man.