This post is part of the “What your business SHOULD be doing online” series.
To get the whole picture, you may want to click that link and start at the beginning.
Over the last four posts in this series, we’ve explored:
In this final post, we’re going to tie it all together and talk about using what you’ve learned to finally answer the question, “What SHOULD my business be doing online?”
Here’s the good news: you’ve already done a lot of the hard work needed to answer the question!
Remember, the approach outlined in this series is based on a formula:
What you CAN do online / What you NEED to do =
What your business SHOULD be doing online
Now that you have the first two parts in hand, it’s simple division to reach your solution! In other words:
Best of all, you can use the formula again and again, every time you come across a new methodology, approach, tool or software solution!
This is my favorite part of business; the reason I do what I do:
I love using my formula to figure out
what my clients should be doing online!
Because this is where you can differentiate your business from all the others who offer the same products and services.
By using a unique mix of the methodologies, approaches, tools and software solutions available online, you will develop your own unique approach to using the web for your business.
That unique approach is the direct result of using the “What SHOULD Your Business Be Doing Online?” formula. The approach is all you SHOULD be doing online and it takes into account all you CAN do and then focuses you in by taking into account all you NEED to do.
Ultimately, your unique approach is the key to your success online. It’s where you leave all the distractions behind and get creative in how you manage and market your business while at the same time assuring that you remain authentic in all that you do.
This post may mark the end of this series, but it does not mark the end of my quest to explore, and spread the word about, the “What your business SHOULD be doing online” formula.
To learn more, check out my forthcoming book, “Figuring Out the Web: The step-by-step formula for finally knowing exactly what YOUR business SHOULD be doing online even if you hate technology”.