You have amazing content. You’re on the right social media platforms. Your clients love your work and you have awesome products. But for some reason, you just can’t get the traction that you want.
If this is happening to you, it might be that you simply need more traffic. After all, if customers don’t know your product exists, then they can’t buy it. That’s where guest blogging can be helpful.
Guest blogging is a simple way to partner with another blogger to get traffic and build backlinks to your website. If you appear on a major blog, you could easily double or triple your traffic. More targeted traffic means more visitors discover your brand, join your mailing list, and buy your products. That’s a win for you!
The bloggers who host your post also benefit. They get unique content for their blogs. This saves them time and helps them fill in their content marketing calendar. Plus, they introduce someone new to the community, which boosts authority status.
With guest blogging, the audience wins, too. They get to read quality content from a trusted source with a slightly different perspective. They also find a new niche leader to follow and favorite.
Now that you understand how guest blogging is a triple win, it’s time to tackle a big question…
How do you choose the right product, one that will sell? Do you start with a high-priced product or a low-priced one? Here’s a model from an 8-figure marketer that you can easily implement without wasting a lot of time and with very low risk.
This model will remove the fear of spending a lot of time creating a product no one will buy. And it leads to the opportunity to sell a lot of products at a range of prices.
You can use this technique in any niche. And you can use it over and over again.
At the end of this post, I have a $7 offer for you to make it drop-dead easy for you to implement this model.
Your whole business starts with reaching more people. That means one thing — getting people to your website.
Are you finding that people who come to your website without any other introduction generally don’t subscribe to your list or buy anything from you? That’s pretty typical because they don’t know enough about your or your business to make a purchasing decision.
Customers need to feel a connection with online business owners before they make a decision to buy. Blogging and content marketing are great ways to start building your relationship, but consumers want to know that you really care.
The benefit of being a podcast guest
That’s where speaking comes in. People can connect with you more fully when they hear you speak. Let’s talk about how you can bring people to your website by speaking on podcasts and other online venues. Podcasting is a great way to start for 2 reasons: Continue reading →