How to Kill Your Distractions

You know the feeling. You’ve prepped yourself to buckle down and start crossing things off your to-do list. It’s a mile long, and it just keeps growing. You’re finally in the right mindset, and you’re ready to fly. You’re entirely geared up to knock out your list, and you’re 100% prepared for that feeling of relief and satisfaction you’ll have at the end of a full productive day.

Then the phone buzzes — it’s a text message—your laptop dings with a new e-mail. Your phone lights up with a new Slack message. An employee walks into your office with an important question. Your phone rings – it’s a non-work-related call. It would help if you had a cup of coffee. You have to use the bathroom. You’re starting to get hungry. Before you know it, the whole morning is blown, and you don’t have anything to show for it.

Unfortunately, distractions are one of the leading killers of productivity. You have things coming at you, and many of them are keeping you from focusing on what truly matters. While you’re busy with these distractions, you’re not accomplishing anything. So how can you eliminate these distractions and get to the most important stuff?

Here are 5 tips to get rid of the distractions and get back on track.

Tip #1: Make Plans the Night Before 


Making plans the day before can be a beneficial trick to help you stay focused on the following day. You don’t have to plan out every decision but make choices about simple things that might be distractions during the day. For example: 


● What you’ll wear for the day 

● What lunch you’ll eat 

● The way you’ll get to work.


When you’re tired in the morning, these decisions will probably be harder to make and can easily occupy your thought processes. You can also set a rough schedule for yourself. For example, you may decide that you won’t check your e-mail or answer text messages until you’ve completed two essential tasks. From 8 a.m. to 10 a.m., you’ll focus solely on a specific project. 

Tip #2: Cut Out Social Media


It’s now estimated that people are spending 2 hours and 22 minutes a day on social media. That’s a great start if you’re trying to reach customers, but a terrible one for productivity. Yes, social media can be a necessary resource for marketing and sales, but:


● Constantly checking your personal notifications 

● Taking the time to respond to various rants 

● Endlessly scrolling through pictures on Instagram 


Isn’t going to help your business. Social media is a black hole and a significant time suck. Notifications, and social media in general, can be incredibly addictive. 


Here are some strategies to help you manage your social media time: 


● Set a schedule for when you’ll go on social media – for example, between 10 – 11 a.m. and 4 – 5 p.m. 

● Use built-in tools like “iOS Screen Time” and “Android Digital Wellbeing” to monitor or restrict social media use on your phone. 

● Turn off all non-business-related notifications, so you’re not feeling the constant pull of “dings” distracting you. 


Use your business social media accounts to engage with real customers, tweet about your newest products and most beautiful pictures. After that, put your phone away and focus on your other tasks. 


Tip #3: Create Boundaries 


On any given workday, you’ll have to field essential calls. There may be some lines of communication that are necessary to your workday, but there are others that can be set aside. Give yourself periods during your day when you don’t check your phone, e-mails, or Slack messages. Some entrepreneurs choose the early morning to return e-mails and engage with customers on social media. Others choose to focus on their list of tasks before creating new jobs introduced by outside messages. Choose the rhythm that works best for you but ensure that you stick to it. It’s vitally important to set times of the day when you’re not in constant contact with outside interruptions. 


If possible, it’s also a good plan to leave at least one day a week when you’re not scheduled for a meeting. This can give you a free day to complete tasks and stay productive. 

Tip #4: Create a Productive Space 


If you’re working at home or in an office, it’s crucial to create a space where you can feel productive. Productivity produces productivity. In other words, if you were effective in a particular room, your brain will want to be productive there again. You’ll find and associate that place with the good feeling that you had the last time you were able to crush it at work. 


Likewise, if you have a specific space that you associate with entertainment — perhaps the living room where the TV is — you’ll want to do those fun things when you’re there. Keep your fun places, and your workplaces separate and make your workspace conducive for work. If you want your workplace to promote work, keep it tidy. A cluttered or messy space will distract you. Even if you don’t feel like you have to clean it up, the disorganization will keep you from getting to your tasks. Keep your workplace simple and easy to maintain, and ensure that it has a door so you can shut out distractions when necessary. 

Tip #5: It Can’t All Be Work 


While there are a few successful individuals who are truly all work and no play, most human beings aren’t geared that way. We’re not meant to be. Psychiatrist Stuart Brown, the founder of the National Play Institute, understands the importance of taking time to play. In his book Play: How It Shapes the Brain, Opens the Imagination, and Invigorates the Soul, he writes, “The truth is that play seems to be one of the most advanced methods nature has invented to allow a complex brain to create itself.” 


Play opens up a person for creativity and relieves us of our heavy workloads. Some workplaces like Google even have built-in areas at work for play. These spaces are meant to foster creativity and reduce stress in the workplace. Dr. Brown also explains in his book: “…there is a kind of magic in play. What might seem like a frivolous or even childish pursuit is ultimately beneficial. paradoxically, a little bit of “nonproductive” activity can make one enormously more productive and invigorated in other aspects of life.” 


1. Make work enjoyable. Find ways to make the things you do at work pleasurable and exciting as opposed to drudgery work.

2. Plan to have breaks during the day. Walk around the building, eat a good lunch, or take a coffee break.

● It may seem like these things are distractions on their own, but when coupled with more intense work sessions, they are simply something to work forward to.

3. Choose a quitting time. Choose a part of the day to set aside work and be finished. It’s imperative to have time set aside in the day to give attention to friends and family.

● It’s also essential to enjoy relaxation, play, and leisure. This gives you time to bounce back from the workday and start fresh the next day.

4. Take a vacation—plan for certain times of the year to be non-work times. Enjoy your relationships with others and find ways to have fun. Set aside the phones, e-mails, and messages and focus on the other things in life that matter to you. You may never be able to cut out all distractions, but limiting them can significantly enhance your chances of success. Reduce social media, limit communication, and make time for play, and you’ll soon see that your productive periods are a lot more successful.

Systems over Goals

You’ve probably been told that to be productive; you should set goals. Big goals. S.M.A.R.T. goals. Stretch goals. The thinking goes that to achieve anything meaningful, you need to turn it into a goal. Well… maybe. While goals can be beneficial, they aren’t always ideal.

The Problem with Goals

Goals have one big problem: they have a termination point. In other words, you’re not successful until you’ve reached your goal, and until you’ve reached the goal, you might feel like:

● You’re spinning your wheels, not going anywhere.
● You’re a failure.
● You haven’t achieved anything since the goal seems so distant.

Measuring success this way can make you feel defeated, especially if you have big, ambitious goals. For example, if you want to own a Fortune 500 company, nothing you do until you reach that goal will make you feel like you’re succeeding. You may be making incredible strides in your business, but they will fall flat compared to your hard-to-achieve goal.

Since goals have an “end,” you never feel like a success until you’ve achieved your goal. And even when you achieve your goal, you have to start all over again with the next goal. And the reality is, you might not even know what the “next” goal should be. So, you feel aimless. You know you should be seeking to accomplish something, but you’re not sure what that something should be. Even worse, you might feel like since you already accomplished your goal, you can go back to your old habits instead of pushing and growing. You lose all the forward progress that you made. It’s a setup to make you feel like a consistent failure.

The Power of Systems

There is another, better way. They’re called systems. Systems allow you to:
● Make progress on your goals every single day
● Guarantee your success
● Help you reach your milestones
● Avoid the feeling that you’re just spinning your wheels



What are Systems?

Scott Adams, who you may know as the author of the famous Dilbert cartoons, wrote about systems in his book, How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big: Kind of the Story of My Life. He explained the difference between systems and goals like this: “Losing ten pounds may be a goal, while the system is learning to eat right.”

Here’s another example. Suppose your goal is to clean the house from top to bottom. You’ve spent the whole day cleaning, and you momentarily feel satisfied with what you’ve done. However, if you have no system in place, your home will quickly go into disarray shortly after that. After a few days…the dishes will overwhelm the sink, the laundry will pile up, and the floors will be a mess.

A system, on the other hand, would be a cleaning routine. Instead of cleaning the entire house in one day, you train yourself to do small tasks each day. The result is a house that’s tidy for more than a few hours. Here’s a business example:

● Goal: Generate $50,000 in revenue over the next two months.
● System: Every morning, you make three cold calls (or however many is necessary) to potential new customers.

The system ensures that you reach the end result. Using a system doesn’t mean that you have no goals. It just means that you start to focus more on the process than the final destination.

So, What’s Wrong with Goals?


You’ve probably been told your whole life to set lofty goals and work hard to achieve them. On its face, there’s nothing wrong with having goals. Goals can inspire, motivate, and challenge us. They give us something to look forward to and a reason to continue striving. But goals can also be rigid and unmoving.


Let’s imagine you’ve set a firm goal for your company. You would like to make X amount of sales by a specific date. You hustle to make those sales. You push your employees to do the same. You may make a lot of sales. But what happens when you don’t reach your goal amount? Chances are… you’ll feel like a failure. All the sales that you did make won’t bring you joy because you didn’t sell enough. You’ll feel unproductive, and you may even want to quit. What’s unfortunate about this scenario is that you may have missed many opportunities along the way. Bottom line? Being overly focused on a distant goal can easily give you tunnel vision. Your determination to complete a singular goal may have kept you from taking the time to develop a new product that could be sold for twice as much.


Scott Adams writes, “…if you focus on one particular goal, your odds of achieving it are better than if you have no goal. But you also miss out on opportunities that might have been far better than your goal…You are less likely to miss one opportunity with a system because you were too focused on another.


With a system, you are constantly scanning for any opportunity.”

Goals Limit Your Threshold for Happiness


The big issue with goals is that you’re so narrowed in on a future time that you aren’t happy until you hit that mark. Once you reach a goal:


  • The feeling of happiness will likely fade quickly.
  • You’ll then feel the need to achieve the next goal and the next.
  • You’re continually chasing something that is, at its best, fleeting.


Productivity expert James Clear has also written extensively about systems versus goals. In his book, Atomic Habits, he explains: “When you fall in love with the process rather than the product, you don’t have to wait to give yourself permission to be happy. You can be satisfied anytime your system is running. And a system can be successful in many different forms, not just the one you first envision.”

What Happens When You Reach Your Goal?


You may also realize that you have nothing else to work towards once you’ve achieved a specific goal. For example, let’s suppose you set a personal goal to run a marathon. To achieve your goal:


  • You forced yourself to go to the gym four times a week.
  • You went running even though you didn’t feel like it.
  • You cut things out of your diet even though you didn’t want to.


You worked hard, but you didn’t enjoy the process that got you there. Once you met your goal, you couldn’t stand the thought of going back to that regimented schedule. Pretty soon, you’ve abandoned your running routine, and you’ve gone back to your former lifestyle. Your muscles soften, you put the weight back on, and you can’t stand to look at your running shoes.


What went wrong? You were focused on the goal, but the system was unbearable. You probably started training for a marathon because you wanted to be healthier and stronger. Scott Adams explains that while you can set a goal to exercise three to four times a week on a rigid schedule if you’re not enjoying the exercise, there’s a much higher risk that you’re going to give it up. You may do it for a time, but in the long run, you’ll probably lack the willpower to continue because it feels like a punishment. Instead, he suggests choosing to be active each day to a level that feels good. In this scenario:


  • You’re training yourself that being active is positive.
  • You’re going to get a psychological lift from the exercise.
  • You’re slowly training your body and mind to enjoy being active as opposed to hating it.


You’ll naturally want to challenge yourself as you continue to enjoy being active more. Your original activity level may start with short, slow walks, but you may eventually find that you like running as well. You’ll do so because you want to and not because you’re forcing yourself.

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How Do Systems Help Entrepreneurs?


First and foremost, systems are much more flexible than goals. If you have a type-A personality, this shift may make you feel a little uncomfortable at first. It may feel like you’re giving up control by not focusing so much energy on a future outcome. The big question you have to ask yourself is: What happens when you shift your focus from a concrete goal to the process that gets you there? If you’re focused on the system, does that mean you’re abandoning your goals and wandering?


The short answer is: no. Here’s why. Suppose a sports coach chooses to focus on picking great players, developing incredible plays, and creating effective practice routines instead of winning. What would be the result? They’ll probably have a winning team. James Clear writes: “Every Olympian wants to win a gold medal. Every candidate wants to get the job. And if successful and unsuccessful people share the same goals, then the goal cannot be what differentiates the winners from the losers…The goal had always been there.


It was when they implemented a system of continuous minor improvements that they achieved a different outcome.” To be successful, it’s vital to understand what is working and what isn’t working in your process. Think about the things in your system that are working and the things that are not.

What does your hiring process look like?


  • Do you have strong employees that fit your vision?
  • If not, what practices can you change to hire better employees?


Think about your marketing campaign and the system that drives it.


  • Is it working?
  • What changes can you implement in your system to reach more customers and drive more business? Now think about your products or services and the systems you have in place to support them.
  • What can you do to improve your product?
  • How can you streamline the process and make things more efficient?
  • Are your products or services testing well?
  • If not, what can you do to improve them?


These minor, day-to-day improvements will make you feel successful, fulfilled, and productive. Learning how to push through daily struggles will bring you confidence and happiness in a way that hard-to-reach goals never will. A system teaches you how to become better at what you do, and it dramatically develops your skill level. If something isn’t working well, you have the flexibility to change it and move on. You still have the skills you developed, but you can now use them in a new direction. That’s the gift of a system.

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Top 10 Best Practices for SEO Success


You can do plenty of things to get higher search engine rankings, from page optimization on your website to keyword research, building backlinks, and more. Even though the search engine algorithms that determine rankings change often, there are still tried and true SEO methods proven to help you rise higher in the rankings throughout these changes. Here are the Top 10 best practices for SEO success:

1. Ensure that your website is secure.

Most people today are concerned with the privacy and security of the websites that they visit. Consequently, this is also a crucial ranking factor in search engines. A secure website will consistently rank higher than one that isn’t secure.

Talk with your web host or web manager about the type of security that is most appropriate for your website. A security certificate will ensure that your content is delivered by SSL (secure socket layer). With SSL, your website will start with an “https://” instead of “http://,” and the little lock icon will show up next to the web address in many browsers.

2. Add your primary keyword early into the content.

Including your keyword early on lets the search engines know what your content is about.

Additionally, sprinkle the main keyword throughout the rest of your content too. This will tell the search engines that this term is essential, which will help you rank well for this term.

3. Use unique titles, descriptions, and content.

This lets the search engines know that your content is original material and can add further knowledge to the other information that can already be found on the internet about your topic.

4. Optimize your title tag for SEO.

Always include your main keyword in the title tag for your website, and if possible, put it at the start of the title. This will give priority to your keyword.

5. Ensure that your website loads quickly.

It would be best if you made your website load as quickly as possible. Especially with the advent of smartphones, loading time is an essential ranking factor in search engines.

Compress the size of images, remove any unneeded code, and consider using a content delivery network (CDN). If you use a CDN, your website will serve images and other media from servers that are close to your audience, thus cutting down on the loading time. Many web hosts now use CDNs to deliver content for their clients’ websites.

Talk with your web host or your web manager about this priority. If you have a WordPress site, many plugins help you speed up the loading time for your website.

6. Optimize any images.

You can do this by giving the filenames descriptive names. Using image alt text is also recommended so that the search engines can understand what images are present on your website. Properly optimized images can boost your website rank.

7. Use internal linking.

The key here is to link to your main pages. So, any smaller pages can link to a larger, authoritative piece. This will help to increase the rank of the more important page.

Try to use the main keyword, or a variation of it, in your internal links to ensure that the search engines know what the page is about.

8.Create amazing content.

Write high-quality content that answers questions that your readers might have about your topic. If you can answer a question in less than 1,000 words, that is fine. However, it’s worth noting that it’s essential to be thorough with any answer, so you may want to write considerably more than this amount. Many of the highest-ranking pages include longer, authoritative content.

9.Build backlinks to your website.

Despite what you may have read online that backlinks are no longer necessary, please note that backlinks, when done correctly, are still vital. They show the search engines that your content is valuable enough for other web admins to link to. When you first start your website, you may want to go slow when building backlinks.

After a few months, you’ll be able to ramp up your efforts. With this strategy, you want to obtain links from other important websites in this field. Links from low-quality websites that accept advertising from anyone to any website are likely to hurt your search engine rankings.

10. Look at the user experience.

If you find that visitors are struggling to navigate your website or have a high bounce rate, when people leave your website after just a short time, take a close look at your user experience. Perhaps your visitors aren’t finding the answers they’re looking for, or maybe your website is broken somehow. See what you can do to improve the overall experience of your visitors.

Following these Top 10 SEO best practices will enable you to achieve higher rankings in the search engines. The higher you rank, the more traffic you should be able to achieve, and ultimately the more sales you will make.

Truth, Lies, and Video of Online Income

Truth, Lies, and Video of Online Income

work online

Work from anywhere!


What are the Truth, Lies, and Video of online income? Can I make money? I say… Yes, you can!!

Truth Defined: verified facts of an event or acceptance

Lie Defined: Recline, relax, and lie back


To falsify the truth

Video Defined: the recording, reproducing, or broadcasting of moving visual images



You can make money online. People are doing it everywhere!

The truth… it takes time. How long? That depends on you, your content, and your niche.

Look at it this way:

I built a ‘physical’, or ‘brick and mortar’ business, from the ground up. This took years to establish! (It also took years to tear down).


Year One to Year Three

Pounding the pavement, with business cards in hand, I networked. Giving, and leaving my business card to anyone who would take it.

Meeting with Chiropractors, Doctors, Physical Therapists, and many other medical Professionals, telling them what I did, what my mission was, how I could aid their patients, and what my treatment goals were for each individual.

Marketing the cheapest was possible. Way, way, back in the day that was the Phone Book. (These were books that held phone numbers and addresses of people and businesses that were in certain areas). Relics of the past, and yet the best tool of the time!

Marketing today is as simple as a Website, it can be a ‘local’ site, or as broad as the World for reach.

Growth was a slow process. Building daily. One Client here, one there. Always building…. The two clients, and three…. Until I reached five clients per day, 5-6 days a week!

It took 3 years to get to 30 clients a week. By year four I was booking 3 to 6 weeks in advance, depending on time of day (evenings & Saturdays were 6 weeks in advance, weekdays were 3-4 weeks).

Building Brick and Mortar

Building Brick and Mortar

Years Four to Ten

This is when I decided to open my own Health Spa. At the start I had three Therapists, by year 6, I had to expand. Now I had 8 Therapists, and everyone had the potential to succeed. And yet, not all did. Why? The ‘business’ was going strong, we had clients, and more than enough to ‘go around’ as it were.


The Lie

Everyone will succeed because of your work. Not so.

I had Therapists that were hardly ever at the Spa. They just didn’t want to work. They wanted to be paid, but not to work… I think that’s what is now being called New Math. (Correct me if I’m wrong on that).

Relying on my advertising, my networking, and my overflow, there were some that didn’t put in their own ‘blood, sweat, and tears’ to build themselves a loyal clientele.

How does this apply to Online Income?

Great question!!! Glad you asked!


The Truth and Lies of Online Income

It takes time, commitment, blood, sweat, and a few tears. If there’s a promise of immediate success with NO commitment, chances are, the truth has been falsified.

Online Income is possible if you have the drive to work at it. You have to make the time, to research, write, create, and build… from there, anything is possible.


How Long Will it Take?

Another great question!

My first answer is… nothing happens overnight. If you’re expecting immediate success, walk away now. Online Entrepreneurship is not going to work for you.

As with anything, it depends. There are some who can make a good income within 6 months, at 4-10 hours a week, because they hit the right niche, at the right time.

As I mentioned in You, Me, and Affiliate Marketing post, while these niches are hot, they are very competitive. If you have a ‘Health Site’, though, you can niche it down. In other words a niche within a niche. (In truth, every niche, has so many ‘sub niches’ that you can have content forever)!

You just have to STAND OUT a bit further than the ‘competition’. What do you offer that the others don’t?


The Next Big Thing?

Video Marketing

Video Marketing

You guessed it…. VIDEO!!

Video is becoming the fastest growing form of Online Income. (I’m working on it…).

The youngest YouTube Sensation is 6 years old… he made $11 Million in 2018! That’s NOT a typo… $11 Million!

How? He does toy reviews for kids, and gets paid to do it! (I’m thinking of ‘employing’ my Grandchild)!

I’m not telling you that you will make $11 Million this year, I’m telling you that anything is possible.

Video Marketing is now, statistically, 80% of the online marketplace. Most people remember video’s that they’ve seen, as opposed to what they read. (Hello YouTube)!!


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There is money to be made online, just don’t expect it to happen overnight. It could take a few months, or over a year to build your brand, your niche, and your site. So I encourage patience when you take this on.

Don’t get caught up in the big promises that some Marketing Sites make. I don’t want to be a ‘naysayer’ here, but, remember, “If it sounds too good to be true… it probably is.”

Investigate what Internet Companies are offering. Investing large sums of money, doesn’t always mean big payouts, and if there is little to no effort required from you… chances are it’s a ‘scam’.

If there’s an offer of Free Training… check it out! Free Training is just an investment of your time, nothing else.

A free download? Sure, why not, but be aware of phishing, hackers, and viruses. Not all downloads are bad, not all are good. (Advice here… check them out on YouTube first).

In order to succeed at anything, you need to invest time and effort, there are no shortcuts. But we can make it easier!


Check out our  Free Training, and see just how well we stand out!

Please, feel free to ask any questions, or leave any comments you have in the box below!

Have an AWESOME day!

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Content Marketing Blueprint

What is Content Marketing, and why do I need to know about it?

Content Marketing gives your site value and authority within your respective niche. Without it, you have a great website with not a lot of traffic.

With a Content Marketing Blueprint, you will get an idea of where to start your Online Entrepreneurship!

What’s more, you need to know where content marketing is heading in the near future and how you can ensure that the work you put in now keeps paying dividends long into the future.

Content marketing doesn’t only ensure greater loyalty and gives you a big
audience to sell to, though: it also gives you more impact and authority.

Content is what will help your new visitor to discover your site.
They will search for a specific topic, and your site will come up in the search results, or perhaps they will see a post from you on Facebook that a friend has liked. Either way, they’ll then click on the link and read your site, but this alone isn’t going to be enough to turn them into a real fan.

The Logistics and Numbers

The next question is what you need to do on a day-to-day basis to grow your site and build that trust. How often do you need to post? Which types of content should you provide? How long is an ideal blog post?

The most popular type of content marketing, by far, is written. In other words, content marketing here involves writing regular blog posts and articles and then posting them on a blog or website. This provides a base where your viewers can come to enjoy your content, and it will allow you to benefit from the SEO that comes from regularly adding content to your website. It also means you can then share your posts on social media to build a following that way and direct even more traffic to your site.

But written content is just one form of content marketing. Other options
Live video
Each different kind of content has its advantages and disadvantages, and
depending on your audience and your goals, you will take a different approach to regularity, length, etc.


The very minimum you should be posting then is once a week. If you do
This, you should also post on a consistent day and make sure that you are always on time.

But while you can get by on one post a week, this is very much not the best strategy. What is far preferable is that you aim to produce multiple blog posts in a single day. Failing that, you should aim for at least one blog post a day.


In terms of length, most SEOs and marketing experts now recommend
aiming for longer-form content. Anything that’s 1,500 words and over
will be able to provide much greater depth and much more insight
compared with something that is just 500 words.

As such, these longer posts tend to be better at creating trust and authority, and they also tend to be shared more. They additionally have a greater chance of ending up in Google’s curated ‘news’ section – which is fantastic for increased visibility and more visitors.

The only problem is that writing one or more posts a day at 1,500 words
becomes an impossible task for most brands and most bloggers even. Thus a better strategy might be to aim for shorter content – perhaps 500-700 words – for most posts and then write a few longer ones.

Creating the Best Content

Adding content to your site alone is not enough. What is essential is that said content represents value. If it does not, then you might as well not bother.

So how do you ensure that the content on your site is top quality
and that it is good enough to make sure visitors want to keep returning and that they will consider buying from you?

Your aim is to provide value but what’s also important is that you do this in
the shortest time possible. This way, your blog post is an even higher value.

Why? Because for a free piece of writing, the only cost to the visitor is
time. The amount of time they spend reading your post is time out of their day and time they could have spent doing something else.
So if they manage to get all the same value from your blog post, but it takes them half the time to get it practically, they have gotten twice the value.

This is just as though they had purchased a product for half price that
provided all the same value as the full-price option.

This is true of all writing, so this should clarify you into the first hallmark of a good writer: brevity. Or rather not brevity so much as efficiency. A good writer will communicate what they need to say as quickly as possible, with no need for fancy wording or round-about sentences. If you want to make a sentence better, the best way to do this is to read through it and remove the superfluous words.

And this is especially true when it comes to the web in general and digital
marketing specifically.

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