How to Decide What to Blog About

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How to Decide What to Blog About How to Decide What to Blog About

How do you decide what to blog about? For many business owners, and perhaps for you, you choose your topic about five minutes before you’re supposed to publish the post. This is a high stress way to blog and it’s probably not doing your business, or your readers, justice.

Is Your Blog Due for an Update? How to Choose a New Blog Theme

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How to Choose a New Blog Theme How to Choose a New Blog Theme

While rebranding your blog isn’t usually a good idea, giving your blog a fresh look and feel can add life and vitality to your blog – not to mention increased sales. Yet choosing a new blog theme can feel even more overwhelming the second time around. The following tips will help you make the right decision for you and your business.

Do Your Homework and Gain Loyal Customers

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Do Your Homework and Gain Loyal Customers Do Your Homework and Gain Loyal Customers

How do you increase your income? The answer is to meet your customers’ needs. Many business owners, in their haste to make money, forget that business is really about helping others!

“You can get anything in life you want if you just help others get what they want.” Quite simply – if your product meets your customers’ needs better than anyone else, you will make more money.

Why Aren’t You Selling More

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We all want to excel at sales. We all sell something, and if we don’t sell a product or service, we sell our ability to solve a problem. Most people don’t excel at sales, not because they lack a natural gift, but because they lack the know-how and skills. There are basic rules for writing successful sales letters. If your sales copy isn’t converting visitors into buyers, it’s time to work on the fundamentals. Here’s a checklist of problems to watch out for in your sales letters:
  • Your sales letter lacks focus: Instead of sales copy, you’ve written Swiss cheese. It never gets to the point. Nobody reads it. I don’t know who is telling Internet marketers that this is the way to write effective sales copy. Go shopping on the Internet. Look at it from the customer’s point of view. Does this kind of sales copy turn you on or off? I thought so.
  • You don’t have a sales page: Your strategy as an Internet marketer is to drive traffic to your sales page—this is the whole purpose of your online presence. Without a sales page, you have nothing to link to and no home for your product.
  • You forgot to write about the emotional benefits: This is the real reason people buy things. Connect to your customer—put yourself in the customer’s shoes. The best product or service in the world will fail to engage readers if they don’t immediately see how it can solve a problem in their life.
  • Your copy is too long: Cut, cut, and keep cutting until your copy is trimmed down to a few points that tell customers how their life will be better, easier, or more satisfying after buying your product or service.
  • Your sales letter is full of noise: Your sales page is not the place to put links to other sites—or to your own website. Zero distractions. Stay on target by focusing on value for customers. Talk less about features and more about results. A sales letter that makes readers scroll down the page before getting to the point causes the majority of visitors to abandon the site without buying.


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