With more businesses like your’s realizing that a blog is a valuable component of your content marketing strategy, you need to get creative with your B2B blog content in order to attract and retain more of your audience. While your blog is about promoting you, it’s focused primarily on doing so by providing help and information to your audience. You want to make sure your blog not only doesn’t fail but that it also incrementally keeps growing. Here are some unique ways to get more visitors to come to your B2B blog.
You send another carefully crafted email to your list and no one cares. The few who open your emails don’t reply or click on your links. Perhaps email marketing is just not working. Perhaps email marketing is dead. Yet for some people email marketing is very much alive! Find out what you need to stop your email open rates from taking a nose dive.
If you are new to blogging, then you should know that a landing page is where traffic from search engines, ads, social media, and other external links are directed. In truth, blogs are pointless if the bloggers behind them do not have plans for reaching a broad audience. Remember that blogging can be sweeter if you can build a large following and monetize your efforts. In this article you’ll learn about using a landing page can help point you in the right direction.
Increase your blog traffic. Grow your blog community. Boost your blogging profits. Increase your social proof. Good things happen to effective blog commentors. Skilled blog commentors share their thoughts with the intent to help and connect. Sure you want to get some clicks and wouldn’t mind landing a client or eBook customer through your comment but 80% or more of your intent should be to help readers by adding your thoughts and to connect with both the blogger and their readers. You can build a successful blog by forming bonds with bloggers sharking their way up but commenting on a blog like Pro Blogger – owner of 300,000 plus subscribers – opens doors and builds bonds you’d never dream of. You can also improve your writing skills immensely through persistent, intelligent blog commenting. Here’s how…
Blogging used to be a very personal thing. People would open up a Livejournal account and complain about their relationship issues, share personal thoughts and collect favorite links. Now blogging is a straight up career path. Subjects are chosen based off of the profitability of their traffic predictions. Hours are spent crafting the perfect content and narrowing SEO and social strategies. And though it may take a year or two to reach the black, blogs can be monetized and used to make thousands a month in revenue. You can find that success, but you need to take your blog seriously. Apart from regular content and promotion, these tools are your best bet at launching your site into the big leagues.
You probably think SEO is only for pros, right? And as a result, you have been ignoring it and not seeing much love from Google. Don’t worry, you are not alone. In fact just a few years ago I didn’t know much about SEO either. I used to think it was all voodoo and not worth spending my time on. However, in the last few years I have been learning all I can about SEO, and now I can get traffic on Google almost on demand!
Everyone with an active blog can make money but some people make more money than others. As a matter of fact, traffic plays a big role in how much money you make from your blog. To an extent, the way you do the things you do can also play on how much you make. Without any increase in traffic, you can do some things differently and see more results. I want to share with you (from my practical experience) a few things you should do differently to see different results. I’m not going to reinvent the wheels. I’m simply going to show you how to pick up some of the things that have been done for ages, add a little touch to it and see more results.