The Online Asset Organizer
Rule your digital empire.
If you want to thrive, it's time to get organized!
Organizing anything in our lives is one of those things that many of us avoid or put off for another day. We know we need to do it, but something stops us. See if any of these popular reasons ring true for you:
- "I don't have time to get organized."
- "I don't know where to start."
- "I don't have the right tools to get organized."
- "I have better things to do with my time."
And while these excuses (sorry ... "reasons") might be OK for your sock drawer, they're not OK for your business.
Because being disorganized is costing you precious time and money ... and might even be jeopardizing your chance for success! A recent study found ...
53% of thriving/surviving small business owners describe their workplace as very organized, while only 23% of struggling/failing small business owners say the same.
Whoa! Which side of that stat do you want to be on?
It's simple: to maximize our potential and focus on achieving our goals, we need to invest time in organizing our resources. The best thing is, this investment pays dividends!
Focus your time doing what you do best.
Let's say you want to email a potential client a link to your recent blog post; or you want to pop a link to your latest offering into your Instagram profile; or maybe you want to embed that video you did a couple of weeks ago into your newsletter. What do you do?
Chances are, it goes something like this:
Step 1: You open a new tab in your browser.
Step 2: You head over to your website, hopefully via a shortcut.
Step 3A: You navigate to the page where the thing you're looking for is posted (after remembering, of course, where it's posted otherwise ...
Step 3B: You search for the thing you're looking for (remembering, of course, the exact keyword you used in the title)
Step 4: You find and verify this is it.
Step 5: You highlight the URL in the address bar and copy it.
Step 6: You navigate to the email where you want to paste the link and paste the link.
Whew!! Exhausting, right? How much time do you waste on this? Every. Single. Day. How much time do you spend answering your team's questions where to find something about your business?
Take back control of your day with a simple, streamlined, shareable, and thorough solution: The Online Asset Organizer.
A place for everything, and everything in its place.
The Online Asset Organizer is a cloud-based spreadsheet that you can customize to capture and track your business's specific online assets. Assets like:
- Domain names;
- Software and app subscriptions;
- Blog posts;
- Social media accounts;
- Media mentions;
and much, much more.
These are things we need to access every day, and every day we have to hunt them down.
These are things that are costing us money ... and we may have forgotten we even have them! (True story ... I found no less than seven apps that I wasn't using and was able to cancel them and save hundreds of dollars!)
These are things that form the foundation of an online business presence. Think about that for a second. If the foundation of a building is scattered and cracked and weak ... the structure that's built on it will crumble, right?
So why is your business's online presence any different?
Gather up every place you are online.
See it all in one place, easily.
Plus, The Online Asset Organizer is expandable and adaptable to your online presence and your business needs. Add pages for your Etsy shop listings, your e-books on Amazon, or your podcast episodes.
Stop wasting time tracking down your stuff online.
It's time to RULE YOUR DIGITAL EMPIRE like the boss you are!
Marie is the CEO and creative director of
evolve Marketing|Design where she works with entrepreneurs to build brilliant brands and launch bestselling books so they shine as experts in their fields. She provides strategic direction, fresh ideas and creative advice for branding, marketing, and media relations. She's a recovering attorney, home decor goddess and sparkly object magpie who loves flowers, chocolate and cruises to exotic places. Check out her latest blog post