Get enough sleep. Whoever coined the phrase “I’ll sleep when I’m dead” didn’t have all the facts straight. Not getting enough Zzz’s could hinder productivity at work, so try to get those recommended seven to nine hours of snooze time!
Create routines. Make a habit of, well, sticking to habits. Schedule actions like writing emails at a certain time or hitting the gym after work, and try to do them daily. Soon, that routine will happen on autopilot.
Wake up earlier. As long as you’re still able to squeeze in enough sleep, try extending the day by getting up an hour earlier—when it’s still quiet and there are fewer distractions.
Step away from the inbox. Incoming emails can be a nuisance. Make a habit to only check the inbox at certain times of the day to avoid getting sidetracked with requests and responses.
Make a daily to-do list. Stay away from huge to-do lists. Instead, create a daily list of realistic jobs to tackle, like folding laundry, scheduling a doctor’s appointment, or paying the cable bill. Break up big goals into micro-tasks, like going to a yoga class over getting six-pack abs, or writing a page rather than completing a thesis. Soon, the small things will add up to big accomplishments.
Last month, we shared the first list of unforgivable text ad mistakes we see local businesses making. In addition to forgetting basics when setting up their campaigns, like target keywords, geo-targeting, and ad extensions, local businesses often overlook some other important details of their search ads — details that can be detrimental to their advertising results.
Search engine advertising, or pay-per-click advertising, is a fantastic way to drive traffic to your website and, ultimately, create more leads for your business. However, the first step in getting new leads through pay-per-click advertising is to get potential customers to notice your text ad.