Business Blog Posts Drives Traffic
I was recently asked, “Is blogging still powerful for business traffic?” There are basically 2 types of blogs posts that drive traffic, Business and Non-Business. Each is used for different reasons. However a Business site can feature Non-Business Blog Posts just as Non-Business Blogs can feature Business Blog Posts. We over refer to the types of sites a Business & Personal or Hobby Blogs. Each type of blog post drives traffic in it’s own way.
A Business Blog should be treated like a silent salesman. It should answer questions you clients may have about your product. Sometime the only thing separating a company from a sale would be a Blog Post directed at the FAQ or Frequently Asked Questions.
This Post will give you a road map to follow to create Business Blog Posts that Drives Traffic.
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Are eBay Profits From Drop Shipping Dead?
I was recently asked if I could make £50,000 to £100,000+ in profits a year dropshipping on eBay? And if you have, how long did it take you to get to that point?
I did make $170,000 in profits a year dropshipping on eBay? It took me about 3 years to get to that level.
You’re Crazy if you Don’t Use eBay
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I was recently asked, “What is up with millennials all wanting to be internet marketers all of a sudden?” I am seeing so many millennials wanting to take internet marketing than ever before. Do they all find internet marketing the quickest way to become rich? Why don’t they go into tech or medical where they are paid more and have more respect instead of marketing.
Here was my Reply:
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I was recently asked, Question: Do I need a Business Action Plan?
I have a great idea for a startup business. What steps do I need to take to get the plan in action?
- Check to see if someone else is already doing your business. This establishes if there is a need for your product or service and what the cost will be.
- Look for product reviews of your competition and see what folks are complaining about. Then offer the solution as a Unique Selling Point this will be your Value Position.
From question 1 you will see if there is a market for your product and if you can live off the profits you will make per sale. The answer to question number 2 will tell you what the customers are complaining about and if you can offer the same product but solve the solution to their complaint then you may indeed have some customers quite quickly.
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