The more you publish on your blog, the more traffic you get. This is a general rule in content marketing and it's backed by many studies. But what kind of content should you be creating? And what's the point in getting more traffic, if the traffic doesn't also lead to more conversions?
To grow you business and not just increase a vanity metric in your analytics dashboard, it's clear that you have to be strategic about what kind of content you create.
In this post, you'll discover the 5 types of content you should be publishing regularly. Knowing the 5 post types makes it a lot easier to figure out what to write next. Plus, if you create posts of each of these types, you'll have a strong blog that attracts traffic, builds your brand and converts readers into customers.
What if there was a magic formula that could help you write blog posts faster than ever before? And what if this formula also made your content clearer, easier to follow and more engaging for your readers?
If only, right?
I don't have a magic formula for you, but I've got something just as good: content patterns.
In this post, you'll discover how to use content patterns to create blog posts in a structured way, beat writer's block and cut hours from your usual content creation process.
You've followed all the "how to grow your email list" instructions:
It's time to hit "go" and share this with the world. But...
How are you actually going to send that free PDF guide to your subscribers? And how does it work if you have more than one PDF?
In this article you'll find several solutions and the pros and cons for each one. Answer a few quick questions and discover which method would work best for you or read the whole article and get the big picture... It's up to you!
Have you ever wondered how to collect leads to sell your online course?
If so, you’re in for a treat.
In this article we break down all the components of Ramit Sethi’s list building strategy for his online course “Find Your Dream Job”.
This course costs $1997 and is not for sale on his site… You have to be on his mailing list to get the opportunity to buy. So you better believe his lead generation game is on point.
We’ll dive deep into the nitty-gritty of what Ramit is doing and you’ll discover why these strategies are so effective. Plus, you'll see exactly how you can apply the same strategies on your own website.
Ready to discover how Ramit managed to get hundreds of thousands people to sign up? Close all other tabs, put your phone on silent mode and get yourself a cup of coffee because you’ll want to pay full attention… This is the secret to a multi-million online teaching business!
I love challenges… Especially the kind that kick me into action and help to get big results in very little time.
If you’re like me and you would like to boost your email list quickly, I’ve got just the little challenge for you.
In this post, you’ll discover 5 things that you can do to get more subscribers. Each one can be done in less than 2 hours.
So, this weekend, instead of spending your time looking at holiday pictures posted by some "friend" on Facebook (which will NOT help your business grow), I challenge you to pick one item from this post and to implement it…
Ready to grow that list? Here we go!
When you're building your website, you'll soon come across the dilemma to figure out what the best tool is to use for email marketing.
If you're just starting out in your online business, the free MailChimp plan is a fantastic tool to start building your mailing list.
As long as you stay below 2,000 subscribers and 12,000 emails per month, you can use it for free, forever. This is enough to get serious about email marketing before you upgrade to a better plan.
However, as most free tools, the free MailChimp plan has its limitations. It's almost impossible to build a well-designed, conversion focused opt-in form that will get you the right people on your list.
This is what we're helping with in the newest Thrive University lesson.
Read on if you want to get the most out of MailChimp while saving time!
Amanda is working in a bank, during the daytime she's sitting in front of her computer and has to deal with clients' problems. She has to keep her cool and when she finally gets home after a hard day's work, she loves to funnel all the energy built up during the day into an active, sweaty workout.
Sarah is a mother of 4 toddlers. She spends most of her days running around trying to keep them from mischief and keeping the house in order. This leaves her exhausted most of the evenings. The only thing she wants is to take some time for herself, reconnect with her body and relax.
At first glance, Amanda and Sarah have nothing in common... Nevertheless they are both looking for a yoga course that fits their needs and they both landed on Heather's website.
If Heather met these two women in person, she would never offer the same yoga course or present the benefits of yoga in the same way to the both of them.
Why then would she send the same sales email to one and the other? That doesn't make much sense, does it?
The solutions to this problem is buyer persona based email segmentation.
That's quite a mouthful and sounds like something only large corporations can afford to do. But as you'll see in today's video, it's actually easy for you to segment your email list into relevant groups as well.
Content marketing is a great way to build an online audience, generate traffic and strengthen your brand. But keeping a regular posting schedule can be challenging. You have to come up with ideas for new blog posts all the time - and then you actually have to write those posts, as well. It's no small feat.
What if you could get the benefits of content marketing without all that hard work?
What if, instead of coming up with new content ideas all the time, you could just recycle your old content and use it to gain more traffic and backlinks?
This post is for you if:
Nodding your head up and down? Keep on reading!
We all know how awful it feels to be ignored.
You may spend hours of your life researching, crafting, and sending newsletters. Hours you’ll never get back. Just to realize it was for nothing.
Your hard-earned subscribers keep refusing to read your emails.