Last Saturday, I discovered Wired PR Works blog led a group of 100 PR blogs –by over 650% - in the most improved Technorati ranking category.
My big audience for my big announcement?
Two boys: ages 9 and 13. The location: my sister’s almost empty attic.
My announcement went something like this . . .
Me: Hey guys, my blog just got named number one!
9 year old: Uh . . . where does it say that?
Me: See, here's a chart and I'm the first one on the page.
13 year old: Cool!
9 year old: What's a blog?
Me: It's a website that has pictures and stories.
9 year old: Oh . . .
13 year old: What are your going to do to celebrate?
Me: I’m going to write a blog post.
Here it is almost a week later and I have yet to write the post.
Why? I’m thinking I’ve been promoting my own accomplishments a bit too much lately.
I even hesitated to bring this up in my weekly chat with my newsletter readers. And, no, they don't know yet.
But then I wondered . . . what might you be publicizing that you’re not?
And, why not?
For many people, it comes down to these issues: confidence, overexposure, time and money.
What do you need to start publicizing?