Slow down and increase your quality. There is something to be said for going slow. But it’s rarely comfortable and doesn’t bode well for most of us who want to get important goals achieved quickly. Still it’s a strategy worth considering when there are so many examples of early successes who did not stick around.
Learn from others
I’d have to say the article posted here –https://simonstam.wordpress.com/2020/09/25/multiplying-your-followers deserves a full read. You and I should pause too and consider its relevance in our quest to increase our impact on people who join our particular audiences.
I know it’s certainly been true of my slow-growing YouTube channel. Some weeks I get several new subscribers, only to lose some a few days later. But the weeks I forget about it and only focus on the video quality or SEO, thumbnails, and such, my subscribers tend to stay. It’s good to apply to what I’m doing too, following the advice to “slow down and increase your quality”.
Create Content that is Good
I’m pretty new to being a content creator. And although I’m not afraid of writing, I feel pretty scattered when it comes down to making clear decisions about which direction to take my newfound pursuit. I keep reading how important it is to “niche down”. There are some topics I can write about because I’ve had experience with them. But sharpening the sword to carve out the best in terms of quality is a difficult new practice to master.
What I’ve Tried to follow this advice – Slow Down and Increase Your Quality
- Keyword Research
- Studying successful websites
- Reading articles from Medium.com
Conclusion – Slow Down and Increase Your Quality
I’d love to hear about your experience. Does it get easier to hone our work for quality? Can I expect to reap the benefits if I slow down?
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I get the idea here and it’s a pretty cool concept. I’ve seen it all go down; swallowed kazoos and…
Thank you, Chris! Good catch!
Indeed! Lots of theatrics out there 🙂