Is anybody reading your content?
Are your readers reacting the way you want them to?
For years I spun my wheels in the blogosphere, writing blog post after blog post, yet most days I wondered if anybody ever read the stuff. Oh, I got a few comments on occasion – from my FRIENDS!
I was pouring my heart out, trying to help other writers. But no one was reading my blog. Or if they were, I couldn’t tell it. It’s like my blog was just laying there on the web, like a dead fish. It didn’t matter how much I wrote, begged, or pleaded, the few readers I had wouldn’t respond.
And then, I became a serious student of successful bloggers. Bloggers who have thousands of readers. Soon, I discovered the key secret to the whole successful blogging thing. Now I have several blogs that sell products, generate reader interaction, and every day contacts are added to my newsletter lists.
Think of the most desired action you’d like your readers to take.
- Is it to buy a product you’re peddling?
- Do you wish people would sign up for your email newsletter so you can grow a list of contacts?
- Maybe you’d like a little social proof that the information you’re sharing on your blog has helped someone. A few tweets, some Facebook shares, or even a comment or two after each new post would confirm that you’re not wasting your time writing blog post after blog post.
What if you could inspire your readers to take YOUR MOST DESIRED ACTION each and every time you publish a post?
That’s the definition of compelling content, according to blogging guru Darren Rowse – “compelling content inspires readers to take action.” And that’s the purpose of the Creative Content Mini-Course – to teach writers how to create compelling content, both online and off, that will generate their most desired response from their readers.
Oh yeah, I forgot to mention, the Creating Compelling Content mini-course is FREE!
Here’s what you need to do — fill out the form below. Just your first name and your email will do. I don’t need to know your dog’s name or the license plate number of your child’s second-grade teacher.
After you submit the form, you’ll get a message asking you to confirm that you really want to receive the free Creating Compelling Content mini-course. (We hate spam as much as you do, so this is necessary to protect both of us.) After that, you’ll get the first issue of the mini-course delivered into your email in-box. It’s that simple.
And, of course, you can unsubscribe with one easy click should you ever decide you want to.
But before you sign up, I want to share with you the big secret that changed my entire blogging outlook –
It is not about me.
Seriously. The vast majority of bloggers type word after word about themselves! I did it. You may have done it. The few successful blogs out there have one thing in common: They understand what their readers want, and they deliver it to them consistently. Period.
So, the first step is to know who your reader is. Find out what they want. And learn how to deliver the solutions to their problems in a compelling way – a way that entices them to respond the way you want and need them to.
THAT, my friend, is what you will learn from the Creating Compelling Content mini-course.
So go ahead and complete the form below, then click the submit button. Confirm your request, and within a few minutes, you’ll get lesson one delivered via email, and you can start learning to create compelling content.
See you in a few minutes!