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PULLING IT TOGETHER
Now that you have done all of this work, what now? The results will start to happen. Here is an example of what is likely to happen once you start to get traffic coming into your website.
You put up great, information and well designed website. You want to market this blog as a tool to getting customers t buy from you. You set up and manage your blog. The blog includes direct links to the website and may even be sharing the same space.
The blog is something you manage on a daily basis. You put up great posts that are informational, interesting and newsworthy. You Digg your posts, your Stumble them and eventually you are Tweeting them to all those you have come to know on Twitter.
You keep promoting your blog and posts in this way. Your readership grows. More people are coming to your website. Since you have done a good job with search engine ranking, you also see great improvements in terms of search engine ranking. All of those visitors are finding you, just like they should be.
Since the tools you are using here are all tools to help you to get only qualified leads, people who are interested in what you have to offer to them, chances are good that they will continue to come to your website and buy from you. Since they like what you are offering, they are likely to click on your website link and learn more about the products and purchase them. It does not matter if you are selling your own products or those through an affiliate program. You have done all of the hard convincing already. These leads are qualified.
MAKING LEADS WORK FOR YOU
Now that you have people coming to your website through all of your hard work managing your blog, you may think you can just sit back and relax. This is not always the case. You may need to do a bit more to get the most you can get out of those leads. After all, you want and need sales to happen.
Several ways you can get leads to buy from you; traffic coming in that is high quality, is a good start. What you do with them when they arrive is another story, though.
SIGN THEM UP
One thing you will want to do is to have an opt-in list for any and all of your website visitors to sign. This list is crucial to the overall well being of your business for several reasons. First off, it allows you to collect the email addresses, and potentially the names, of those people who have visited you. This information is then use to regularly promote your website or business to them.
To accomplish this, you will want to set up an email marketing campaign. This simple process allows you to send regular messages to those who visit your website and sign up for you opt in list. You can use this email marketing campaign in various ways:
• Use it to help promote your business sales and new products by sending an email to your visitors letting them know about these changes.
• Share knowledge and tips with your subscribers. For example, you may want to send an email newsletter about the best ways to accessorize your dog for the winter months, in the fall, so that you can draw people back to your website to purchase these items.
• Use these email marketing campaigns to encourage individuals to visit your blog, to read the latest messages and posts that you have there. Keep them updated!
When you have and use an email marketing campaign, the result is that you have yet another way to pull leads that once came to your website back to your website. Prior to setting up and using this type of marketing campaign, you will want to invest some time in learning how to do so appropriately, to avoid any spam violations and to help you to get the best results overall.
Landing pages, or sales pages, are another way you can take advantage of the leads that come to your blog. Often times, Internet marketers will use landing pages to help them to sell their products and services. You likely know what these are. They are long, sales like pitches that convince individuals that they need to purchase from you.
Landing pages can be an ideal investment if you do not have many products to sell. If your website does not have a catalog full of items to sell and promote, chances are good that you will do well using a landing page. These are great for those who sell promotional items or who will use their blog to promote affiliate links and programs.
If you are planning to use landing pages, one of the most important elements is getting the layout and overall tone right. Professionals who have experience with copywriting often do these. The reason for this is simple: those without this experience are likely to write a sales page that does not get results.
The job of the sales page is to get results. Results are nothing more than sales. Invest in a professional to have these pages written for you. Be sure they are accurate, detailed and convincing.Other Details
- 1 Ebook (PDF), 13 Pages
- 1 Squeeze Page (HTML)
- 2 Ecovers (PNG)
- Year Released/Circulated: 2019
- File Size: 2,667 KB
[YES]Can sell and keep 100% of the sales.
[YES] Can edit the squeeze page.
[YES] Can be bundled into another paid package and sell at a higher price.
[YES] Can be used as a bonus to another product you are selling.
[YES] Can be sold in a Dime sale event.
[YES] Can be added into a paid membership site.
[YES] Can pass on the Master Resell Rights privilege to your customers.
[YES] Can be given away for free AGAINST an email address (lead generation)
[NO]Contents of the product can be edited, modified or altered.