Have you ever heard of someone being able to grow their business by (1) always being glued to their desk and (2) always working on the task at hand?
In short, it's going to be extremely difficult to scale a blog and business for continued growth when you're always stuck playing catch up, working on the current and unable to focus on future building.
Systems allow you to focus on creating a batch of content to set in place to be delivered to your audience automatically without you physically needing to be at your computer.
Have you ever been on a website (such as this one) that offers you content to be sent to your email for you to download in exchange for your email address? Then that content is sent to you automatically after entering in your address.
(1) That's automated
(2) It's a strategic way of growing your email list of people that need what your brand has to offer. Related posts: Why You Need To Focus On Building An Email List
Scaling is strategic. Scaling requires systems.
One of the topics you'll learn in Boss Babe 2.0: From Blog to Biz mentor program is how to setup your own systems for your blog and business so that it's easier for you to grow, more manageable to scale and a way to be more productive while you're juggling your day-to-day, mommy duties to your work and social life.
If you're looking to grow your blog into a brand and business, launch a product or service, this is a key part to attracting your ideal audience and leading them to investing into your brand.
This is just one of the topics covered in Boss Babe 2.0: From Blog to Biz.
You'll learn how to begin treating your blog like a brand and business; from pinpointing how to create content targeted for your audience, how to attract customers and clients to how to convert your readers to invest in your brand with your own systems and automations.
Don't allow the words: systems and automations intimidate you. These are crucial components for any blog and business looking for continued success and growth without overwhelming yourself with all of the different things you're juggling - this gives you direction on exactly how you're going to hook your audience, pitch and deliver to them.