After having accumulated 30 days worth of new products, I’m now painfully aware of just how difficult it is to FIND anything on davidseah.com. Where am I going to put all these challenge results? How am I going to show what I’m selling, what’s free to download, and showcase the coolest stuff on the website? Right now, it’s hard to find ANYTHING. There’s a lot of room for improvement.
So this month from March 4 to April 3, I’ll be investigating and implementing changes I can make to my website to make it much easier to use. To make this goal into a daily challenge, I’m going to do the following:
- Spend my first 15 minutes of the day (my daily startup ritual time) thinking and writing about marketing as it pertains to making the website into a better vehicle for achieving my creative independence goals.
- I will spend ONLY 15 minutes on this thinking / writing task. This limit will allow me to test the power of the 15-minute daily ritual to get things done in yet another context. More data!
Spending the next 15 minutes writing a blog post summarizing my thinking of the day.
Spending what time I have available between client projects working on the marketing changes.
p>I’ve set up a new page, March 2013 Challenge: 15 Minutes of Marketing A Day, to collect all the blog posts in one place.