What’s the place of hard work in content marketing?
You struggle all day to make sure that your website is seen by thousands of people, but it turns out you’re wasting precious time.
Do you feel sad about that?
So many content marketers aren’t getting results from the efforts they put into writing, marketing and all sorts. Why is this so?
Maybe you’ve a great idea, which you believe will benefit your ideal customers.
But how do you deliver it in such a manner that the right people will apply it to grow their business?
How can I become a productive content marketer?
When you’re surrounded by loving people, life can be so sweet and fulfilling.
But to accomplish tangible results in business as a content marketer, there is one step you MUST take.
I haven’t shared this productivity “secret” with any of my readers, not even my subscribers.
See, I’ve read about 5 books on productivity in 2012.
It’s time to persuade with ‘blog copywriting.’
I don’t need a soothsayer to tell me that you want your blog to grow.
I could feel the pain in your heart, as you watch your traffic & online income go down, rather than going up and forward.
You sure had a different goal when you launched your blog sometime ago.
The best goal ever. Am I right?
Now hear this: if your blog isn’t growing in terms of real-time traffic, an active community and money-wise, there is just ONE problem. Hmm, just 1.
Ben Bunch was a musician and a best friend to Martin LKJ.
The evening before Martin LKJ died; he called his musician friend to play him, “Take my hand, precious lord.”
That song is prophetic and marked the beginning of a revolution for Blacks and Americans as a whole.
It also swept across the world when he gave his epic speech, “I have a Dream!”
I’m sure you haven’t forgotten the ugly story that happened between Rosa Parks, when he blatantly refused to give up her seat to a white man on a Bus.
You’re in business to make money. Aren’t you?
Well, well, not so fast.
There are things you MUST do to activate your online business – only then can you boast of being the BOSS.
Last week, I wrote a blog post on niche marketing, and it was a huge success.
Not according to Yahoo News, but according to my core metrics.
I mean, I reached my ideal customers, added 85 real persons to my email list.
I also made some few hundred dollars from that ‘particular’ article.