How To Create a Blog That Allows You To Blog
You’ve seen how blogs can build fortunes and create celebrities. You’ve benefited from the skills and expertise of others – and you know that you have a message to share with your readers that will benefit them.
You’re probably wondering why this blogging thing works for others but not for you?
I hate to be blunt, but you’re probably directing your efforts into the wrong things, and there’s an audience who desperately wants to hear what you have to say, but they don’t know how to find you.
BECOME A PRODUCTIVE AND PROFITABLE BLOGGER BY MASTERING A FEW KEY PRACTICES
With my easy-to-follow course, there are no short cuts, no sneaky tactics or fast tracks to success. There are no push button riches, no loopholes. Just the building blocks most people overlook. I’ll walk you through a step-by-step process for defining what your ideal reader wants from you. You’ll finally be able to escape the crushing expectation to constantly write new material and begin to focus on quality, not quantity.
You’ll understand key blogging trends to bring your blog bang up to date with modern blogging styles and know how to take advantage of blog length, images and metrics. Plus, you’ll find out how to make money from your blog.
Here are the topics we’ll be covering:
Modern Trends in Blogging
We’ll start off by discussing modern trends in blogging and what the most successful bloggers are doing. Take a close look at what’s not working in today’s blogosphere and what your metrics tell you should be going on with your blog.
Defining Your Audience
The reader profile, or avatar, is often a very confusing concept for bloggers (and copywriters, business people and authors). Discover the key to unlocking this secret without breaking a sweat. By the end of this section, you’ll know exactly who you’re writing for and how to pinpoint the things they want to hear about in your blog.
How To Create Captivating and Shareable Content
Now we’ll get into the nitty-gritty of content creation. Learn how to take a big bunch of ‘Quantity’ and put it through the grinder till the ‘Quality’ comes out the other end. We also go into the all-important formatting that makes pro content stand out from the posts that earn amateurs nothing but silence and bounces in the blogosphere.
Who is the target audience?
- Small business owners and entrepreneurs who use a blog as part of their marketing strategy
- Professional bloggers
- Professional service providers and coaches/consultants with personal blogs
- Anyone who has an existing blog and wants to make the most of their blogging efforts