Ever spend 5, 10 or even 20 hours writing a high quality blog post only to watch it fall by the wayside?
Your new post fails to attract social shares, traffic or email subscribers.
It’s the ultimate reason most bloggers quit after 3 months.
So what should you do?
Spend years honing your writing skills?
Make a deal with the devil, go to sleep a nobody and wake up an Influencer?
But what if there was a way…
To drive more traffic and subscribers to every post you publish, to know with utmost certainty that every post you publish will crush it before you write it?
Well, there is:
Continue reading “21 Content Promotion Strategies That Will Triple Your List Growth”
Do you understand the true purpose of a lead magnet?
You might think the purpose is simply to collect email addresses, but that would be a very short-sighted perspective.
After all, what’s the value of an email address?
Based on expense, a typical email subscriber costs no more than $1-2 to acquire.
But we both know that cost isn’t the best metric for value.
Rather, the real value of a subscriber is in their ability to become a customer and ultimately, in the lifetime value of that customer to the business.
And what does this tell us about lead magnets?
Continue reading “The ONLY Reason Lead Magnets Fail (And The 3 Reasons They Succeed)”
Do you want to know how all the great marketers reach so many people?
(hint hint: earned media)
Is it because they have better content than you?
Is it because they have better pictures and spend more money on marketing?
You could sit behind your computer all day pulling your hair out and wondering what secret talent they have that you don’t.
But it’s not about the individual.
It’s not about their writing talents or their budget.
Their secret weapon is their audience.
Continue reading “4 Tactics To Building An Audience That Promotes Your Content for You”
Nod your head if you’re unhappy with the growth of your business (or blog)?
<I see you>
Why do others have it all figured out: relationships with influencers, an engaged audience, paid speaking gigs, and guest posts featured on top blogs while you’re just stumbling along? (if this isn’t you, just stick with me here)
You need to stop doing these things right now:
- commenting on blogs or forums to get traffic
- reading other people’s posts instead of writing your own
- writing guest posts every so often (or never) without a consistent schedule
- sounding dull and “corporatey” in your blog posts
- begging other people to share your content
- wasting time on social media (go automate it with MeetEdgar)
Continue reading “Steal my 3 guest blogging tips to reach the best customers”
The other week, I sent out a survey to some full-time professional bloggers on my email list.
What I discovered was astonishing…
All people surveyed consider the success of your content promotion strategies positively correlated to the success and performance of your blog.
Only one person of the people I surveyed said that they use content pre-outreach every time they’re about to publish a new post.
Continue reading “The “Michael Buffer” Formula: How To Make $154,843 From One Blog Post”