HOW TO GET CUSTOMERS/VISITORS TO YOUR BLOG | Quick Smart Ways

HOW TO GET CUSTOMERS/VISITORS TO YOUR BLOG | Quick Smart Ways | tinobusiness.com
HOW TO GET CUSTOMERS/VISITORS TO YOUR BLOG | Quick Smart Ways | tinobusiness.com

On this blog and in various speeches I have said several times that about 80% of my clients get them through the blog, and this is a fact that often arouses the interest of some bloggers who are not able to attract customers through their blogs. If you wonder how to get customers to your blog just you have to keep reading.

If we analyze the vast majority of blogs that have trouble attracting customers, we will see that they all have in common two factors:

  • Files/content/stuff that do not attract customers
  • The blog is not optimized for lead generation

If this is the case of your blog, then we will see some tips to get your blog on the radar of your customers:

 

 

1. DO NOT WRITE TO COUNTERPARTS


This is a common misconception in the world of blogging. Creating content for homologous or professional, colleagues don’t attract potential customers, only attract other professionals who not surprisingly they will not hire your services, because they spend exactly the same as you . Of course, generating this kind of content you can serve to demonstrate your expertise and position yourself in your industry, but little else.

 

 

2. THINK LIKE YOUR POTENTIAL CUSTOMER


And this is where the vast majority blogs fail, and I’ll show you why.

 

Good marketing is not to generate content related to the topic of your professional activity content , it is to generate related to your professional activity that is useful to your potential customers (there is a slight difference) content.

I’ll give an example.

Imagine you have a marketing agency and one of the services offered by your agency is managing advertising campaigns in Google Adwords. The mistake here would be to write an article on “How to create an ad on Google Adwords” because you would be attracting people looking for how they create themselves an ad on Google Adwords.

However a good article that will attract potential customers could be one that dealt the “Advantages to advertise your business on Google Adwords”.

In the first article we are giving the keys to an individual or company to advertise on Google Adwords, as it has been clear how they do it will make himself !. In the second article we’re telling the reader what are the benefits you can enjoy from your company if you advertise on search engines, and how likely the company does not know and you’re the expert who talks about these advantages, have more chances of being hired.

 

 

 

3. TRY THE PROBLEMS YOU MAY HAVE YOUR PROSPECT


Check out the articles you post on your blog and always ask yourself am I “attack” directly the problems that my client could have a potential?

Forgive the expression (which is why I put it in quotes), but I can not think right now other way to say it, but surely you understood me perfectly.

Your goal must always be to put in the shoes of your potential customer and treat a problem he may have, so read your articles when you feel completely identified and their best option is to hire it for solvents.

Article Why do not operate your ads on Facebook? my goal was to explain what are the typical mistakes companies to manage advertising on Facebook Ads, but that article, which is a very common problem for many companies made me contacts enough about this issue.

At the end of what is involved is hampered address these problems or they deal with your potential customers daily.

 

 

 

4. OPTIMIZE YOUR BLOG TO ATTRACT CUSTOMERS


Did you put it easy for your potential customers? That is, anyone visiting your blog would you know what you spend and how you can help? Does the text describing your work is clear even to those who have no idea what do you do?

You or your company as professional you are, can you have very clear what can help your customers,? but sometimes it is not as clear as you think. Besides getting to that section in your blog in which you explain what you do to it may not be easy.

My recommendation is that those sections designed to give information on your professional activity are as accessible as possible and in a language that anyone (regardless of their educational level or domain of your profession jargon) can understand without problems.

On the other hand, make sure that you receive these visits will not long from your blog. If you do not attracting subscribers, what are the chances that these visits you get back to go through your blog?

That is why it is so important to capture subscribers to your blog. You have to know your customers will not be those readers who come once in your blog and go, or followers you have on your social profiles; your customers will be those who visit your blog, the captes as leads and over time, and when you earn their trust eventually hiring your services or buying your products.

 

 

 

5. OPTIMIZE YOUR BLOG TEXTS


The word makes all the difference in the texts of selling a company blog or page is the “persuasion”. And it is recommended that you work the copy . No longer serves typical bulleted list indicating your services, that neither you nor sells unlike other blogs that do exactly the same as you.

There is a lot of literature on this subject, but I personally like the book ” The Ultimate Sales Letter “(affiliate). A book written in 1991 but explains perfectly applicable technical today.

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is strongly seasoned and hard-working Graphic Designer with extraordinary creative thinking and project design abilities. With 7 years experience in print and digital, including art direction, web/mobile design and consultation, illustration, packaging and copywriting/editing for clients in fashion, pharmaceutical, furniture, automotive, food & beverage, design, hospitality, financial, broadcast and NGO. I love sharing ideas and writing articles.

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