Today is writing blog posts that get page views.What’s up, guys? Welcome back to my channel. Blogging Business Club dot com. It is day three of my blog means business series.
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I am delivering a short lesson to you guys to really help you change your mindset from hobby blogger to professional blogger. It’s a fabulous series.
So if you want to make sure you don’t miss a single lesson.
Before we dive into lesson number three. I want to talk about the super duper coupon code that I have downby low. So I got really pumped when I was putting this series together and I wanted to give you guys a little bit of a gift.
And right now, up till February 11th, 2018, you can get the blogging business club for 40 percent off. So the blogging business club is just a monthly membership for bloggers.
And what I do is I deliver new lessons, new tutorials every single month on the first of the month.
So it’s kind of like a perpetual blogging course. So you can constantly learn different strategies in ways that you can grow your blogging business and really make it flourish.
So I would say that a lot of bloggers think that writing a blog post is hard. I think actually that writing a blog post is really easy.
I think that writing a blog post that gets page views and that attracts new readers. That’s the hard part. That’s where things get tricky.
So today’s lesson is all about talking about a nifty hack that I have, this one thing that I make sure I include in every single blog post in some way to ensure that I’m attracting new readers.
I’m solidifying my brand as somebody that actually helps you and that I keep bringing people back again and again and again. So obviously, this tip is going to be super helpful.
I think if you take it, write it down and apply it to every single piece of content that you create. So every single blog post, obviously, because that’s the topic here.
just anytime you share content and are publishing anything online, make sure you have this one element. So drumroll, please. Are you ready for this element? Okay. So make sure that in every single piece of content you provide actionable steps.
Now, actionable steps is simply kind of like providing a to do list so that when people read your blog posts, they walk away feeling like they are ready to accomplish something.
There is something that is now on their to do list that is going to help them get from point A to point B and succeed in whatever topic it is at your instructing on your blog.
What this really helps you do is when you’re sitting down and you’re writing a blog post, it kind of helps veer you away from writing a diary blog post. Right. So a diary blog posts would be a blog post.
It doesn’t really help in any way. This is more like a personal journey and doesn’t really provide actionable steps that helps them accomplish something right.
So they walk away, maybe feeling a little bit inspired, but not particularly inspired to do a specific something, a specific task. And that’s what you want them to feel like doing.
You want them to walk away feeling energized and ready to tackle something, because then they feel productive and they’re accomplishing things. They’re getting closer to, you know, whatever goals it is you’re helping them tackle.
And if they feel that way, every time they see a piece of your content, if they feel energized and they feel like, yes. Now I’m going to tackle this.
They are more likely to come back. So that kind of attracts your current readers to coming back to your blog, which is great, because then they’re going to see your new content and that makes them more likely to share it.
So if they’re sharing it, that’s going to attract new readers and those new readers, once they see those actionable steps and they, too, feel energized and ready to tackle the world, they’re more likely to come back as well.
So I know that this doesn’t seem like there are like a ton of fireworks going off. Right. You hear this tip and you’re like, okay, so that’s pretty basic.
But if you think about every time you sit down and share something, you want people to feel like they can accomplish something to be it big or little, whatever the task is.
And I want you to do this anytime you are about to hit the publish button on a blog post, a video, a social media post, whatever it is. I want you to read through it one more time. And I want you to say to yourself, what are people going to go out into the world and try to tackle once they have read my blog posts?
Does this add anything to their to do list? And if it doesn’t, then you need to go back in there and revise it. You want people to walk away going, man, I want to write that down. I don’t want to forget that. I want to be able to. I want to tackle that.
I want to make sure that I don’t overlook that piece of advice that she or he gave me. So they walk away feeling like I really want to remember that blog post. I really. Remember that blog, because it had such valuable information?
And it really made me want to accomplish things. And when people feel that way, they’re far more inclined to come back because you’re helping change their lives. You’re helping them get closer to their goal.
And that’s the entire purpose of providing valuable content and growing a blogging business. So I hope my nifty tip here really helped you guys. There is actually a lesson that goes with this tip in the blogging business club, and it is called Standing Out with your blog content.
So obviously you can take the quick lesson that we taught here today. But this lesson in the blogging business club actually goes more in depth about how you can fine tune the tone that you use to write and the branding that people will see in your blog post.
Now, when a lot of people think of branding, they think of like colors and logos and design and things like that. And obviously that is included in branding.
But when I talk about the branding of your blog posts, I’m talking about how people can read a blog post, maybe not know it’s from you, but they can guess that it’s from you because there’s a certain tone that you adopt and there’s a certain way that you lay out your blog posts.
There’s something about you when you’re writing your blog posts that makes you just really stand out and become very unique.
And so that lesson really helps, you know, with some more tips that can help you kind of fine-tune that blog post branding that you’ll need. So that’s going to wrap it up for day three.
And don’t forget to come back tomorrow for day four of this series. I can’t believe we’re already halfway through.
And before I close things up. Do not forget that the blogging business club is 40 percent off right now until February 11th. Twenty. So you don’t want to miss that discount.