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Friday, December 31, 2010

2011 Is Sure To Be Great

Friday, December 31, 2010

New Year resolutions, reflecting back at 2010, and thinking about 2011 is what the next couple days are all about. When I think back about this year, I'm feeling so grateful for everything that I've experienced, the new friends I have made, and the goals I've achieved.

Things aren't always smooth but as long as you stay focused on your goals, you have nothing to be disappointed about. I recently spoke to a student who was upset about a recent web project that didn't succeed. I encouraged him to stay the course. With each failure there must be an equivalent success. By focusing on results, not the work itself, we can move ourselves in the direction we want to go.

Over the next few days, relax. Be grateful for all the experiences you've had during the year. Each of your experiences has brought you to this place, right where you are. Internet marketing, search engines, and other online promotions will still be there in 2011. One thing is certain though, they will change. Make it your goal to get more involved with online marketing in the coming year and stay on top of everything marketing.

As many of you know, I have published a couple of books and plan to continue publishing well into the future. I recently noticed that my royalties are growing for digital editions of my book. This was something that starting in 2010 but will only get bigger in 2011. What other changes are on the horizon? I don't know for sure but as marketers we need to lead the charge. New websites, new online promotions, continued growth in social media will be the norm.

Stay focused, enjoy what you do, and continue to improve your marketing knowledge. I'm looking forward to more blogging in 2011 and hearing from more of you through comments and guest posts. All the best to you and your family and Happy New Year!


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