Thursday, September 17, 2020

Mount Washington Auto Road New Hampshire w/ DeSocial Connector

Travel down the mountain from the Summit of Mount Washington in the White Mountains of New Hampshire on an amazing clear day.

Thanks to the BPM Station on SirrusXM Radio for some great upbeat tunes.

If you like to travel to New Hampshire and the New England Region, check out SHOP Local and SHOP Travel at

Being a Marketer is Like Running a Small Eatery - Focus on Your Craft - One Thing.

 Here is a great business tip for affiliate marketers and entrepreneurs as it relates to restaurants/small eateries as we move into the fall season -

Just like restaurants, the most successful eateries with smaller menus are the ones that survive. They not only survive, but they excel. Why do you think that is?

Well let’s think about it for a minute. Lots of options on a menu on a busy night can bring in a larger range of customers, right?

Although thinking that the larger the menu, the more customers you will drive is in theory a good idea, it’s likely going to cost you more. It can drive unnecessary food costs. It can cause havoc in the kitchen. It can drive poor customer reviews. Overall these businesses risk being labeled as poor or mediocre.

Instead, the dine-in restaurants with smaller menus focus on delivering quality at a higher price rather than quantity. They put out one delicious authentic cooked meal that justifies the price. They make it all worth recommending to others.

This is the same with selling physical or digital products. Be the chef of your product. Be the expert. Focus on a smaller range of physical, digital products or services and only add on those that speak to the quality of your brand.

If you’re new to the world of affiliate marketing, then you have seen that there are many ways you can make money, so many… that it drives people to make ZERO, because we tend to spend too much time on offering things outside of our expertise.

Start with just one and go deliver the best “ONE” product or service out there. Share your passion and become the expert behind your next big thing.

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Saturday, August 29, 2020

Why it is Important to Support Small Business & How Small Businesses Can...

Why it is Important to Support Small Businesses and How Small Businesses Can Connect to Their Customers in These Times -
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Why We All Have Enough Time to Be Successful At What We Are Passionate A...

Catch DeSocial Connector with a Great Entrepreneur Tip on Why We All Have Enough Time to Be Successful At What We Are Passionate About. It is All About Action.

People always think they don't have the time to take action on something that can make them more successful in life whether it is a side business, volunteering, a hobby or learning in general. There are 168 hours in a week and after the basics such as sleep, work, exercise and family, you got between 20-40 hours left. So what are you doing with your extra time?

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Monday, August 10, 2020

Are you Busy or Productive?

 What was your answer the last time someone asked you, “How have you been doing?” If you said, “Busy,” you’re certainly not alone.  We hear it more often than not, and to be perfectly honest, we often feel the same way.

But here’s the deal: There’s a tremendous difference between being busy and being productive. Even more, there’s a big difference between productivity and focused productivity.

As the quote above suggests, being busy and productive without clarity about your priorities and a focus on what’s most important is useless. Heck, you could argue that it’s worse than useless; it’s potentially harmful and damaging.

So, how can you avoid the “productivity trap”? Here are a few ideas:

  • Make a “not-to-do” list. Write down all of the things you’re currently doing that aren’t worth the time and effort you’re spending on them. Delegate them, if possible, or…
  • Let go of the rest. Focus on the essential items, and if something is not important and not urgent, get rid of it. If you need help with this, check out Greg McKeown’s book Essentialism.
  • Plan ahead. Once you know what you will and won’t do, prioritize your to-do list. Some people do this weekly, but most people do it daily, mapping out their agenda for the next day the night before.
  • Do a daily recap. While you’re doing your nightly line-up for the following day, do a daily recap to see how you did. What went well? Where can you improve?
  • Clear the clutter. Clutter on your desk, your office, your inbox, etc., can be very distracting. Make sure you set aside time weekly to tidy things up. This not only helps keep things clean, it also helps you from getting sidetracked with spontaneous house cleaning.
  • Put one foot in front of the other. Sometimes the most daunting step is the first one. But rather than paralysis by analysis, just take one step—in any direction.
  • Batch similar tasks together. When you’re putting together your daily line-up card, batch similar tasks together whenever possible. Set aside dedicated time for emails, phone calls, projects, meetings, etc., rather than sporadically spacing them out. Every time you change tasks, there’s an opportunity cost; that’s right, we’re suggesting that you don’t multi-task.
  • Set a timer. If you have trouble being disciplined with your time, use a timer. This is an incredibly useful tool for most people. It helps create a sense of urgency, it can alleviate feelings of being overwhelmed, and it creates a light at the end of the tunnel, so to speak.
  • Schedule mini-workouts. Physical activity boosts energy levels, helps manage hunger and blood sugar levels, improves cognitive function, and boosts productivity. Schedule 5- to 10-minute micro workouts during your work day.
  • Improve your communication. If you’re too wordy, you can be leaky valuable time and creating confusion. Keep things as simple as possible and focus on answering questions—not creating new ones.

When you combine productivity with focus, well … that’s where the magic happens.

Hope this helps!

Social Media is For Relationship Building & Branding - Your Website Is W...

AIMC Marketing Tip - Social Media is For Relationship Building & Branding - Your Website Is Where The Action Is.
Jeff discussed how you should focus your social media business pages on building relationships with your clients/customers as well as your personal/company brand and focus your website on the action, where customers take the next step and buy your product and/or service.

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Staying Safe and Healthy This Summer - An Update from

 We are in the heat of summer here in New England and wanted to write to you to check in with you to see how are doing.   We are still in the midst of a pandemic and a "new normal" of face masks, social distancing and hand sanitizer is in full effect!

We like to first welcome all of our new preferred customers of our SHOP-COM online shopping site as well as give kudos to our preferred customers of many years.   We love helping you out whether it is just being there for advice or if you are looking for that special gift, product or service.   Our shopping site is one of the largest sites in the world with over 60 million products through our exclusive brands and partner stores!

As you can see we are now using a new email campaign tool from BuilderAll that allows us to be a little more creative with our newsletter.   We love to hear from you to get your thoughts on our letter.

In the images below, we are highlighting some of our major new programs, products and services so far in 2020 as well as links to our main websites catered to Online Shopping, Cosmetics/Skin Care or Health/Wellness.

Believe or not, 2020 has been our best year ever in the 12 years we have been in business and we have our preferred customers to thank!

So don't be shy, reach out, log into your account using your email address, learn about cashback and enjoy the many benefits of the online shopping annuity.

Stay safe and healthy!

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Mount Washington Auto Road New Hampshire w/ DeSocial Connector

Travel down the mountain from the Summit of Mount Washington in the White Mountains of New Hampshire on an amazing clear day. Thanks ...