I have no doubt the goals will be reached, but the sharing of the process is more valuable to me.
Nashville, TN (PRWEB) September 18, 2013
Stacy Fleetwood, owner of Artisan Enterprises, recently announced an exit strategy from corporate America with a publicly documented 90-day challenge. The Challenge process is made public through Fleetwood’s blog where she shares the tools and methods used along with how to overcome obstacles that may be encountered.
Internet marketing has been described as a double-edged sword with numerous tools such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Pinterest for marketers to use on one side, but overwhelming confusion along with time constraints on the other. In a recent Forbes article, Joshua Steimie stated, “It’s one thing to talk about how to do your online marketing, but sometimes it can be helpful to see an example in action.” Stacy Fleetwood’s transparency in her daily blog updates gives her readers insight to her challenges as an example of what to do and what not to do. She explains to the reader where to step and where not to step in order to avoid making mistakes thus saving time in their own pursuits toward success.
Fleetwood has set more target dates beyond the 90-day challenge that include:
Phase 1 – 90 days = $4,000 – Hit monthly income target
Phase 2 – 120 – 150 days = $4,000/month consistently – Proving that the business is viable
Phase 3 – 120 – 150 days = $12,000 in the bank to cover 6 months of expenses
Fleetwood’s passion shows in her writing and is the result of frustration from “too many guru marketers” telling others it can be done, but then not providing the information to do it. “For me, the Challenge is more than hitting the mark,” says Fleetwood. “It is the journey toward the goal that is so exciting. It is providing a step-by-step ‘how-to’ that actually tells the reader how to do it. I have no doubt the goals will be reached, but the sharing of the process is more valuable to me.”
The 90-day challenge is picking up steam with more and more subscribers jumping on board every day. The journey can be followed at http://stacyfleetwood.com where visitors can also get blogging information and helpful marketing materials.