Measuring Progress Against Targets
In July I set out my online targets for the remaining months of this year. Nothing complex, just targets for the end of each month in terms of the number of people I would like on my list and the progress made in creating products.
According to these targets, by the end of August I should have had a list of 100 and have launched my product as a WSO (Warrior Special Offer) on the Warrior Forum.
The reality is somewhat different. My list now has just 15 people on it and 2 yet to confirm. My product is not yet ready for launch. The manuals are still in draft form and the videos have yet to be uploaded to the website.
Obviously I’m not meeting my targets. This could be a source of frustration and disappointment. Instead it should be a trigger for greater focus and clarity. It should be used as a basis for taking action.
So, what action to take?
Currently my list building efforts are based around Giveaway Events. Since I believe that releasing my product will help build my list quicker than Giveaways, it’s time to move my focus onto getting my WSO ready.
That means my main focus should be uploading the videos, then preparing all the other aspects of the WSO. I’ll keep you posted.
In the meantime, have you set out any targets for the rest of the year? Are you meeting them or have you had to react just as I am having to?