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Use the Right Search Terms to Attract Paying Clients
I've been saying this for years, but my copywriting clients generally needed a lot of convincing.
I believe that if you want to attract website visitors who are either ready to buy, or almost ready to buy, you should choose search terms that phrase a very specific problem they're having. This problem, of course, should be something that your products or services have been designed to solve.
What sorts of problems do people type into a search engine?
How to Grow a Profitable Online Business by Publishing Articles
I'm not going to lie, blogger or wanna-be blogger. I'm writing this to light a fire under your butt.
If you're reading this, you're probably wondering what posting blog articles has to do with earning money via the web. Does this actually work? How does it work? How do you turn a blog or website into an automated income generator?
Lots of people go into blogging thinking that they'll magically make a ton of money, by mere virtue of having the blog alone.
Maybe they think that Google Adsense ads will be the thing that bumps them into a higher income bracket.
Maybe they figure that posting a few articles on their blog now and then will cause their home-based, service-oriented business to take off into the six-figure range...
Where to Get Web Content for My Blog?
You need a lot of content on your blog if you want to drive traffic and sales.
At some point, all new bloggers come to this realization. It occurs to them after putting up a blog, posting to it a few times a month and peeking at their web stats to see depressingly low numbers.
What's a busy blog owner to do? Surely you've read the advice on how to come up with ideas for blog posts. Yes, you can write your own articles, interview other experts, put out a Q and A column on social media, post product reviews, and that sort of thing.
But what do you do when you're tapped out of ideas, or you're just too busy to write content from scratch? What then?
What to Do When You Can't Afford a Copywriter
Let's be honest. Lots of small business owners either can't afford, or don't want to pay, a copywriter.
Being able to afford or not afford something is purely subjective, of course. Paying for copywriting services is an investment in the future of your business. After all, the more you market and the more website content you create and post often, the more quickly you're bound to be found by more people. And that means the more profit you're likely to bring in.
While all of this may be well and good, it still stands to reason that some people just do not want to pay for a copywriter during the early growth phase of their business.
So, what should you do if you're one of them?
How to Customize PLR Content for Your Audience
Not sure what to do with the FREE PLR Content packs given away by Wordfeeder and friends?
Recently, an online marketer friend of mine shared her method of customizing the freebie pack that I give away routinely on how to sell stuff online by publishing web articles...
How Long Should Your Web Articles Be?
I had a writer ask me recently how long a web article should be. On average, they're anywhere from 400 to 600 words, but that doesn't mean yours can't be as short as 300 or as long as 1,200.
Copywriters tend to think in word counts. They want to know how many words the client needs. If you're posting articles to a blog or an information site, then it's not so much how many words appear on the page, but whether you've explained one aspect of the topic or answered the question effectively.
Can You Earn Decent Money by Posting Product Comparisons on Your Website?
Sources in the online business world say YES, you can definitely earn passive income on a variety of tried and tested marketing tools designed to help people manage their content marketing more effectively.
Why product comparisons?
Killer Sales Pages and How to Maximize Your Earning Potential There
Interested in learning how to create, market and sell information products, like e-books, e-courses, coaching workshops, instructional videos? Before you jump in, read this crash course in sales page 101. Below, some must-know tricks to ensure sure no one leaves that gorgeous sales page of yours without clicking Buy Now or at the very least, giving up their contact info!
Must-Have Sales Page Criteria: Convert More, Earn More
Keyword-stock your page title, H1 and H2 headlines.
Be sure to use keyword terms that people will be searching for. To find out what types of phrases people might use to hunt online for what you've got, do a Google search for the Google Keyword tool. Select a phrase that's somewhere between specific and broad. Too specific, and no one will find you. Too broad, and you're competing with the rest of the world and will never be found. So strike that happy medium, and then include that exact phrase right in your H1 and H2 headlines, as well as your page title...
Cheap Article Writing - A New Way of Thinking About Website Content
If you're in the marketing for cheap article writing, then let me introduce you to PLR. PLR stands for Private Label Rights content. It works slightly differently than you're probably used to, but with far more impressive, expedient, and money-saving results.
Right now, internet writers are busily researching hot content topics that work with your niche. The articles they're producing may sometimes seem a little vanilla, yes. But rest assured the information is accurate, the grammar up to snuff. And the content itself delivers great information that your readers definitely would be interested in knowing about.
How to Advance-Publish Your Email Newsletter Using PLR Content
Do you struggle to come up with topics for your newsletter? Feel like you're behind the eight ball in terms of always having to think up something before you miss your monthly deadline?
Routine and consistency are the key to building a following via email communication. I'm going to share with you some great tips for effortless newsletter creation using PLR.
Planning A Year's Worth of Website Content
One thing I've always fantasized about is content-planning my websites for the entire calendar year.
Have you ever considered this rather smart and productive way of working?
Many content niches are seasonal. For example, traffic will be much higher for a gardening website in the spring and summer than during November and December.
Can I buy a pre-written blog post from you?
You can definitely put in an order for a single blog post, though I have to write it from scratch and that costs more than purchasing pre-written, PLR article bundle packs.
Also, the price is higher for a single blog post, especially if you would like to be the exclusive owner of the content.
How does PLR Content Save You Money?
Let me explain how you can save a ton of money on PLR content while still coming away with original, high performance content that's crafted "expressly for you."
Normally, when you work with a copywriter who creates your articles from scratch, each article takes about 2 hours from start to finish. That includes writing, then sending edits back and forth with the client a few times before it sounds perfect.
How is PLR Content a Lot Like Hiring an Intern?
Have you ever thought that it'd be great to have your own, personal intern to do the dirty work of running key aspects of your business? You could delegate things like research, administrative tasks, and simple writing.
How to Use PLR Content to Create and Sell an Ebook
One of the best things about PLR content is that there's probably an ebook already in existence that you can purchase, brand, and sell on your website immediately.
Even if there's not a ready-to-sell ebook available, there's probably a website content bundle that includes a set of articles that will work perfectly for this purpose. Use the PLR content to fill up your ebook with great information that your readers want to know more about.
What Can You Do With Pre-Written Website Content?
Anyone who is familiar with Wordfeeder knows that this was once the exclusive home of my copywriting services.
I still DO offer copywriting and copy editing to select clients. But now I also offer pre-written website content that's been crafted by people whom I trust to do a great job.
And by the way? As someone who only recently discovered PLR Content...
I wish I knew then what I know now about much of a productivity booster and creative inspiration it can be!
What kind of website content can you purchase on Wordfeeder?
The content shown here is sold in "information bundles" that leave lots of options open for you to decide what to do with it. The bundles (or content packs) naturally lend themselves to hosting niche-themed weeks or events on your blog and in your teaching materials.
When you buy a content bundle, you get a series of articles covering a single topic, that have been organized in one or more ways...
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