I use content to attract customers and clients.
Think back to how you found me. It was most likely through a piece of content on another website, or maybe you bumped into my site via Google, which again was because of the content I’ve created.
Content is my marketing tool, and it’s a great way to build your business without being pushy or resorting to aggressive marketing tactics.
So how do you use content in the right way, and how do you avoid some of the most common mistakes?
That’s what you’ll discover in this module, so let’s dive in.
There’s a lot I left out in the module on content marketing, and in this module we’ll cover some of the missing pieces, such as:
- How to deal with writer’s block
- Why outlining will help you write faster and higher quality articles
- The power of your story
- How to learn to write irresistible headlines that pull people in
- Common writing questions answered
I have 2 blog posts, and they are ok, but I want to write more but figure it’s better to wait until I am up and running. Do people even read your first blog post? I mean there’s already a second one after it in my case.
Blogs usually work in chronological order, meaning that your latest post is what people will see first.
Where do you get free stock pictures on the web? And can I use them in a product?
I have two places I go for images nowadays:
1. Fotolia (Mostly Paid)
2. Flickr (Free)
Now let’s look at them separately.