Table of Contents
Table of Contents 3
Setting Up For Success 7
Social Media Followers 8
Email List Subscribers 9
Content That Converts 13
Choosing a Primary Traffic Source 17
Secondary Traffic Sources 21
Encouraging Email Opt-Ins 24
Physical Products 26
Contests & Giveaways 27
Increasing Conversions 31
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Every post on your website should do one or both of these things.
If you are writing how-to style posts that provides readers with a step-by-step process to completing a task, or accomplishing a goal, you are educating. If you write a blog post that offers insight such as a personal story of success, case studies, or motivational-style posts, you’re empowering your audience.
Content that either educates or empowers is the easiest way to create posts that become sticky. This means that you’ll be able to encourage visitors to return to your website again in the future as well as to subscribe to your feed or newsletter. It’s also one of the easiest ways to create share-worthy content and to position yourself as an authority in your market.
Another thing to consider when writing content for your blog is to focus on evergreen content. That way the content you post today should still be relevant months from now because it doesn’t become outdated quickly. This will cut down on the time you spend rewriting or revising content and prevent you from having to remove content that no longer provides value.
Start by jotting down links to the top 10 authority blogs in your niche market, and then spend a bit of time evaluating the type of content they are offering, especially posts that have a high level of engagement.
Look for things like:
Commonly asked questions posted by your target audience.
Posts with a high number of comments or likes.
Posts with the highest number of social shares.
High quality, informative and unique content is the key to your blog’s success. It’s what forms the foundation for your entire business, but it also is the driving force behind turning that traffic into subscribers.
Focus on building high quality content pages on your blog before you do anything else. You should aim to have 4-5 pillar posts before you start to drive traffic to your site. That will give your visitor’s enough reason to return to your site and to leave a positive impression in the mind of your target audience.
When it comes to the length of your content, search engines prefer longer blog posts that provide informative, original content, so try to write posts that are between 1000-1500 words in length.
Think this is difficult to do?
It’s really not. Start out by creating an outline for every post and then add in images, bullet points and sub-headers that break up the content into digestible sections and keep readers glued to the page.
Whenever possible, try to write how-to or step-by-step style posts. Not only are they easier to write, but they’ll provide actionable information that your readers will love.
Don’t be afraid to link to other bloggers! Not only is this a great way to provide additional value by guiding your readers to other resources that may help them, but it’ll make it easier for you get on the radar of authority bloggers in your niche market.
The goal is to impress your readers so much that they return to your site again and again because they know you provide value, and are a reliable source of information.
Choosing a Primary Traffic Source
It’s now time to figure out which traffic source you want to focus on as your primary traffic source. Keep in mind that this doesn’t mean you have to ignore other avenues, just that you’re going to spend the majority of your traffic focusing on your primary source.
The main reason for focusing on a single traffic source is so you don’t spread yourself too thin. When you put a small amount of effort into a lot of sources, you won’t get much traffic from any of them. But when you focus most of your efforts on a single source, you have the potential dramatically increase the traffic you receive from that source, and you can still get traffic from other places, too.
Some of the traffic sources you might consider include:
You should ideally focus your efforts on whichever traffic source is currently sending you the most traffic. If you’re not already getting much traffic, then it makes sense to research these different sources to find out which one seems to have the highest density of your demographic.
If your market is people who like to cook, try Pinterest or YouTube. If your audience is mostly young, fashion-forward women, Snapchat or Instagram might be good choices. Facebook is a good all-around traffic source with nearly every demographic represented. Do some research and try to find out where your market tends to hang out, and focus on the most likely choice.Other Details
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