You need to track a variety of things as an Internet entrepreneur.
This is especially true if you’re building an authority Internet business that deals with a large amount of links, web accounts and content pages.
In a given week, you have to track:
- Links to promotions and affiliate offers
- Autoresponder and broadcast email messages
- Published blog posts and social status updates
- Ideas to develop into future articles and products
- Marketing actions you’re currently testing
- Networking contacts and related websites
Now, most people manage each of these items in a separate document or piece of software. A simpler solution (in my opinion) is to run your entire business using a simple document.
In this post, I’ll talk about the “master document” that I use to manage my authority site, DevelopGoodHabits.com (DGH). To start, I’ll talk about why it’s important to create this file. After that, I’ll provide seven real-world examples of how I use it. And then we’ll finish off with a simple action plan for implementing this strategy.
Let’s get to it.