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How to blog
Everyday we work on strategies to increase traffic to our blogs and websites and you are reading this article because you need that traffic. That’s right!
I don’t need to mention here that without traffic, you’ll be as good as not having an online presence.
Whether you are working on paid or free traffic sources, if you fail in these two things I want to discuss here, your traffic strategies will be a complete waste.
In today’s competitive and digital world, if you aren’t blogging for business, you are simply putting yourself at the back of the queue.
Whether you are small business owner, running an eCommerce website or a simple business presentation website, blogging for your business will incredibly open up new customer acquisition channels.
It’s a flat-out mistake to not integrate content marketing in your business development strategies. I know blogging is just part of it. But it accounts for a massive chunk of the rush.
In a recent post by Neil Patel following a content marketing survey conducted, 24% of customers first found out about the company through their blog:
My most difficult blogging obstacle to overcome was leaving blogging survival mode to move into abundance mode.
I tried to use my blog to:
I did not blog to thrive. I blogged to survive.
I vibed mainly from an energy of fear, lack and limitation. Life was difficult. I struggled financially. I struggled to gain traffic and profits.
To be a successful money making blogger in our times, you have to constantly seek to be better at writing.
Content creation has remarkably improved. Change is constant and any blogger who doesn’t strive to improve will gradually be relegated.
There are different types of blog posts to create. However, in this post, I will give you tips on how to write wake-up call posts and how to move from a complete beginner to a seasoned prolific writer.
My latest post was published on Positively Positive today.
You can read it here:
Many bloggers believe I am lucky, gifted or talented, the recipient of good fortune. But what if I told you my first blogging course – see the image below – registered 8,000 page views before someone bought it? 8,000 rejections.
Many new Small and Medium-sized Businesses (SMB) are generally limited by two factors : –
However, you can stop the lack of capital and resources from coming in the way of your success. This is because the Internet is replete with all kinds of tools and services that can not only make your job as an entrepreneur a lot easier but also help you to scale without breaking the bank.