Table of Contents
Introduction . 3
The Bloggers’ Revenge . 6
Optimization Is Key . 8
Building A Sticky Website 11
Traffic Funnels 13
Maximizing Sales .. 15
Final Words …. 17
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The search engines demanded better content, in direct response to outraged consumers and web users who were fed up with being led through countless hoops with search queries. They couldn’t find the valuable content and information they were looking for, and the major search engines were forced to restructure the way that they delivered search results.
And they all came tumbling down…
But not everyone suffered a loss in profits and search engine standings. Many people actually benefited from all of these “content grading” changes.
Legitimate content providers.
Bloggers, websites and information portals that worked hard to deliver real, genuine value to website visitors. These people found their rankings increase almost overnight, with a never-ending influx of targeted visitors’ who were finally being driven to their webpages. In turn, their campaigns soared, their profits exploded, and their websites continued to flood with relevant, high quality traffic.
Consumers demanded better content – and bloggers who delivered it were tremendously rewarded.
And it will only continue to get better for anyone who focuses on delivering real content to a targeted audience of buyers. In other words, you’re able to generate non-stop profits by exchanging “content for cash.”
And I’m going to show you exactly how to do it.
The Bloggers’ Revenge
Building profitable blogs is, by all measures – incredibly easy. However, in order to stand out in the market and gain the same rewards that professional bloggers continue to reap, you need to build your blogs on a solid, unshakable foundation that focuses exclusively on the average consumer.
To do this, you need to get into the mindset of those who will ultimately visit your website. Would you want to be bombarded by ad after ad, or forced into some exhausting navigational system, in order to find the content you’ve been looking for?
No, you wouldn’t, and neither do your visitors. In order to build a profitable blog that will easily solidify its place in your niche, you need to create every square inch of your blog so that it focuses on offering a positive browsing (and shopping) experience. You want your blog to provide exceptional value, to build up a loyal audience, and to stand the test of time, so that you can continue to make money for many years to come.
This special report was written to help you better understand the reasons why some blogs are incredibly successful, while others fall to the wayside, barely a bleep on the search engine’s radar.
And the reason is a simple one – those who produce extremely relevant, high quality content will be rewarded – while those who take the quick and easy way, failing to deliver anything of value, will suffer a “Bloggers Revenge”.
Quality content providers deserve to rank higher in the search engines. After all, they’ve put the time and effort into building content-based websites that offer real, substantial value.
For years, they were forced into competing with rogue marketers, lazy affiliates, and fly-by-night salesmen who exploited the power of blogging to their own advantage. They gave nothing back to the community, offered nothing of value to consumers – yet they were making more money than many full time bloggers!
…. But things have changed, and these days you are only rewarded for real, genuine contributions.
This is great news for people who understand the importance of providing value, because for the first time ever, the tables have turned and YOU can finally build a prosperous website in virtually any niche market you choose, just by following a simple – yet incredibly powerful system.
Let’s take a closer look at what you need to do in order to seize the opportunity to join the ranks of the Internet’s most successful bloggers.
Optimization Is Key
When you hear the term “optimization”, odds are that you immediately think about Meta tags and data found within your website pages. While Meta optimization is important in order to rank for your chosen keywords, there are other forms of on-site optimization that shouldn’t be overlooked.
Simplifying The Buyers Shopping Experience
You’re interested in blogging because you want to deliver real value to consumers, but of course, you also want your website to be profitable. Hence, you will likely have plans to integrate advertisements, and product links directly into your content and navigational system.
However, it’s important that you don’t overlook the importance of “simplification”. In order to maximize your sales, you need to make the shopping experience a fun, and easy one.
To do this, you will want to create categories of products on your blog, segmented by product type and overall group (category/sub category). Not only will this make it easier for your visitor’s to find what they are looking for, but it will have a direct impact on your search engine results, as “SILO” structured websites that are properly categorized and grouped will always rank higher in search engine results.
Categorizing Products & Sub Markets
Think of your categories as aisles of a store. Each category features specific product types. For example, one category could be “Electronics”, and another “Health & Wellness”. While it’s important that you create a theme for every blog, so that each one focuses on a specific segment of your market, it’s even more important that you properly categorize your website so that visitors’ can quickly find exactly what they’re looking for.
In order to optimize your category tags, you should consider using popular keywords as the title for each category. For example, if you discover that the keyword string “top toys for teens” is widely used in your market, you could use this keyword string to form the title of your category.
Build Passion Sites
Passion based websites are quite often the most profitable of all blogs because not only do they offer an extensive library of high quality content, but because of the interaction available on the site from your material, content as well as the contributions of regular visitor’s, bloggers and members.
Passion sites can mean less work for you – yet more money and free unlimited content.
Now, when you start to build a passion based authoritative website, you’ll have to put in a lot more time and effort initially than you would any other category of website. However, once your website has begun to generate consistent traffic, passion sites can be set up on almost complete autopilot just by allowing your website visitors’ to contribute to the content of the site.
For example, you could open the doors to guest bloggers who are able to contribute their own content in exchange for a backlink to their website. You could also outsource the majority of content to qualified freelancers, and set it up so that 2-3 new articles are set to automatically publish every week. The idea behind passion sites is that you need to continue updating the site with material on a regular basis. Passion sites become authority websites over time because of the sheer amount of content and material offered to visitors.
Inject Interactive Elements
One example of a successful interactive affiliate site is within the credit card niche, where you might visit a website in search of a low interest credit card, or a card with specific terms (unrestricted, secured, etc).
Many of these websites offer an interactive option to visitors where they can enter in specific search queries or customize search results based on their preferred options.
Most of the time it doesn’t really matter what preferences are selected, the results remain the same with affiliate links integrated into the site that direct visitors to the top credit card providers online.
These sites do exceptionally well because they allow a visitor to customize their on-site experience, and that interactive component often makes the difference between a struggling affiliate site and a successful one.Other Details
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