writers blockWell, it happens to everyone….

I sat down this afternoon to write a new blog post and I just couldn’t get the words down.

After about 150 words I quit.

My topic (on sales pages) was just not coming out the way I wanted it at all.

So I right clicked on the Word file I was working in and selected “Delete”.

However, with every challenge in life, big or small, there’s always another way!

Not only that but one of the best things you can do is to listen to your audience.

“Listening” in forums, blog comments, emails and online surveys is a fantastic source of inspiration.

So here’s what I’m proposing…

1) In the section below drop a quick comment and let me know what you would like me to cover in the next post here on the Gain Higher Ground blog.

It can be anything to do with starting and growing your web business: What’s your top traffic source? How do create a product? How do you get started with outsourcing? How do you create sales pages? How do you manage your time?

Basically, your number one most burning question!

2) I’ll pick a topic that is suggested and publish a written or video blog post on it next week.

3) As an incentive (and a bit of fun :-)) I’ll send a $50 (£30) Amazon Gift Card to a randomly picked commenter.

Please comment by Sunday January 12th (which also happens to be my 38th birthday) and I’ll announce the winner in next week’s blog post.

Thanks in advance for your contribution and I’m looking forward to reading the suggestions! Kind regards, Rob 🙂