Struggling to convert blog readers into leads and clients? You need high-quality blog content that converts!
You see, not all online content is created equal.
In fact, most content is average… and average outright sucks.
Worldometers tells us that approx. 4,102,364 blog posts are written per day.
4 MILLION PLUS!
So if you want your content to stand out, and do more than simply sit on your website…
And rapidly disappear into the online abyss…
Then you’re going to need to do something different to most businesses posting up articles online.
This is particularly important if you’re investing time, money and energy into researching, writing and publishing blog posts (or podcasts).
After all, you want to see some kind of return on investment (ROI) right?
(even if you DO understand that blogging and podcasting are playing the long game…)
In this episode, we discuss what high-quality content looks like, with a real example, and the 4 steps it takes to create conversion content.
Listen in now.
3 Key Takeaways From This Episode:
- Why is it important to create high-quality content?
- What makes content high quality?
- 4 Steps to creating high-quality content that converts
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A-Ha! Quotes from This Episode:
It's important to create high-quality blog content as we want the content to actually convert, right? Click To Tweet Content needs to stand out, not just in word count but visually too. Click To Tweet An email sequence should teach you, and then invite you to sign up for the next step if it makes sense for you to do so. Click To Tweet
Resources Mentioned in This Episode:
- Download our FREE “Content That Converts” checklist
- View Founders Connect Example: Corporate Escape Plan – Top 11 Challenges for New Lifestyle Entrepreneurs (and How To Overcome Them)
- View Jeffalytics Example: Data-Driven Marketing Objectives: How To Define, Track, And Achieve Your Marketing Goals
- View Videofruit Example: 30-Day Drip Email Sequence Challenge
- Ted-Ed videos
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