Your just one good keyword away from generating a truckload of cash.
The problem is… which keyword is it?
Sometimes the ones you think are good… don’t do jack.
Then there are those unassuming keywords that attract visitors to your blog like there’s no tomorrow.
You know what I think?
I think that too often people get so fed up with all the work it takes to generate keyword rich content in the first place, that they give up too soon.
It’s not that what they were doing wasn’t working but because of the one variable they can’t control, they throw up their hands, throw in the towel and pack it in.
The one variable we can’t control is the HUMAN variable.
On the one hand you have the data that you get from the Google free keyword tool or whatever keyword research tool of choice you use and then there is what an actual living breathing person will do.
There are tons of books and courses on persuasion for getting visitors to your blog to take action, but…
…without enough keyword rich content out there getting indexed in the search engines, it’s harder to get to that point.
Something I’ve noticed about myself when it comes to surfing different websites whether they are in my industry or not is that…
I tend to take blogs that have loads of content on them more seriously than those that have just a few posts.
It just seems to position the owner of the site as more of an expert in my mind.
This is where drip feeding content can help you to create that same impact with your readers when they come to your blog.
Drip feeding content on your blog means that you first create the content yourself or pay someone else to do it and then schedule that content to appear on your blog at intervals you select.
It’s actually a lot like email marketing.
The key is to find out what kind of content your audience is interested in and then simply deliver it to them.
Visit popular blogs in your market and generate similar content from your personal perspective.
The beauty of drip feeding content on your blog is that you don’t have to slog away trying to write articles everyday and then posting them.
You can simply dedicate one day a week to gathering as much content as you like whether it is in the form of articles, videos, audios or all three and then scheduling them to post to your blog as often as you like.
For example you can write ten articles and schedule them to post to your blog once a week.
Ten articles has now become ten weeks of fresh content that will attract more visitors and increase your rankings in the search engines.
If you’re really ambitious you can write twenty articles and schedule them to post on your blog once a week for twenty weeks.
But if you’re like me you can write 40-50 articles and schedule them to post on your blog at the rate of 2 or 3 per week for the next 15 – 20 weeks.
Now you’ll really start to see the traffic cook.
Did you know that you can get even more traffic without getting more visitors?
Check out my article traffic post to see how you can double the amount of visitors to your blog without getting more traffic.
Sounds like an oxymoron doesn’t it?
Anyway check out the post and I’ll talk to you soon.