Saturday Morning Marketing

by Martha Giffen

One of my favorite times to work my business is Saturday mornings.

The internet is a little sleepy then.  Most businesses aren’t marketing or saying anything.  Even if they have an online presence, they are still, for the most part, operating on the same old 8-to-5-with-weekends-off schedule.

Now, I enjoy my weekends, just like the next person but I have also found that a little soft marketing on Saturday mornings is easy and can have great rewards.

For example, today I have written a couple of blog posts, sent an email to one of my lists, and spent a little time on social networking.

OK, so you don’t want to blog on Saturday?

That’s cool.

But social networking?  It’s quick, easy, and can produce results.  Don’t overlook it.

Take the time on Saturday mornings to update Twitter and Facebook.  Give the link to your blog, engage with someone in your industry,give a link to one of your products,  or throw out a question to your market.  All of these things can be done in a matter of minutes and voila, you’re done!

But people don’t want to be bothered on Saturdays, you say.  Wrong, I say.  Why?  Because you should never prejudge your market.  Just because you think Saturday’s are sleepy days for your business, doesn’t make it so!

Now, go spend a few minutes on your biz.  The morning is not over yet!

Peace,

-Martha

 Saturday Morning Marketing

Martha Giffen

Martha Giffen is a Small Business and Social Media Consultant, Coach, Trainer, and Speaker. The author of 3 best-selling books, including "Be Social Be Rich," she is an Online Marketing authority and teaches Small Biz Owners how to achieve massive profitable success. And, -she dishes it all out with a warm southern flare!

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