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A Killer Three Post Content Strategy To Drive Traffic To Your Blog

Killer 3 Post Content Strategy To Drive Traffic To Your BlogYou are about to discover A Killer Three Post Content Strategy To Drive Traffic To Your Blog.

This is a powerful strategy for new bloggers, and really, for any bloggers looking for better ways to drive more free traffic to their blogs.

My guest author, today, is Joe Elliott.

He’s done a lot of work with creating traction and traffic using variations of things like roundup posts, guest posting and influencer marketing.

Joe has become someone of an expert on these strategies, and I know you’re going to learn a lot from him.

So, I’ll let Joe take over from here 🙂

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A Killer Three Post Content Strategy To Drive Traffic To Your Blog

Setting up your blog so that it is ready to start showcasing your content is the easy bit.

Creating content is the nuts and bolts of the operation, though.

If your content doesn’t capture your audience your blog is pointless.

People rush to get 20 or more posts, link them all internally and get them on social media to get some traction.

The truth is they are still waiting on traction.

This was me!

I have been there.

What was holding me back?

Why was I not living the freedom lifestyle?

When launching a new blog, you have to be very specific.

Have you heard the saying, “Jack of all trades master of none?”

If you are just writing for the sake of writing you are an expert at nothing… or so it appears, anyway.

You need to position yourself as an expert so that you can start to build a relationship with your audience.

To do this, your content has to resonate with them.

Today I am going to share with you a simple 3 Post Content Strategy that has traction hard-wired into its design.

Warning: This could seriously transform your blog!

Are you ready to put all the struggles behind you, and launch your blog like a superstar?

Let’s Go!

You Need To Know Who Your Audience Is If You Want Traffic

The mistake that most people make (myself included) is that they create content that they want to create… with no thought on what their audience really wants.

When checking their analytics, their jaws hit the ground when they see little tiny bumps but no proper traction.

If you are not drawing your audience to your blog like a magnet, then you will get high bounce rates and this can lead to poor Google rankings!

When you give your audience what they want, though, they will glue themselves to your site.

Your bounce rate will get lower, conversions will improve and traction will appear!

Define your target audience

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What Is Your Blog About?

For my blog, my audience is comprised of new and struggling bloggers.

I know what content they like to consume and I know their major pain points.

In return, they engage with my blog!

Answer this, what is your blog about? (in one sentence only)

My blog provides actionable tips to help new and struggling bloggers improve traction to their blogs.

Your turn…

If you find yourself rambling on then you have not drilled down enough to operate or launch your blog successfully.

Example: My blog is about teaching new dog owners to raise their puppies to be well-behaved dogs!

This is clear and targets a specific group of people… new dog owners.

Who Is Your Ideal Customer?

Your end goal should be to make money.

Blogs don’t run on fresh air!

Once you know what your blog is about, repeat the above exercise.

This time, though, do it to decide who your ideal customer is.

If people will buy from you, then they will consume your content.

This will take a bit of digging.

Once you work it out, though, things will become a lot easier.

I know my ideal customer hangs out on other internet marketing blogs.

If I go there and look at comments, I will get a good idea of what new or struggling bloggers look like.

I can see how my competitors structure their content, the tone they write in, all I need to do is add my personality.

You can also look on Quora and look for questions you think your audience would ask.

Look at the results and see what the people are like.

What time do they post at?

Do they appear desperate?

Could you write an article around their question?

Content Strategy To Drive Traffic To Your Blog

Lastly, enter your competitors one by one into Buzzsumo.

This will show you their most popular content.

This is content that has resonated with their audience.

do search analysis with buzzsumo

Now I have a picture of my customer.

I know what they are looking for and I know where they are.

All I have to do is create a better resource and bring them to it.

If your competitor is a guru. remember to look for top performing content that fits your niche.

Most gurus write about broad topics because they have a wider audience now.

After doing this research you should have a list of top performing content ideas, questions from Quora that you can turn into blog posts and an idea of how to write for your audience

Your Content Should Take Readers On A Journey

My name is James, I am 300 pounds and my health is at risk, I really want to lose weight.

Introducing the secret for maximum conversions…

James has arrived on your blog and he’s feeling pretty crappy because he has to lower his weight.

This is the start of James’ journey.

To get James to buy into what you offer, you must take him from point A to point B.

In between these two points, there will be little milestones that will tell him that you rock because he feels like he is on track.

Your blog content is point A, this is where you show James how you can help him.

You need to make him trust you so that he can move onto the next stage in his journey.

Your opt-in could be a lead magnet that shares a cheat sheet to a healthy diet.

Your blog content has to show James that the cheat sheet is what he needs.

If this was my blog, I would want to publish big meaty guides on topics related to a healthy diet.

I would include case studies of other dieters to help me build the trust with James.

When you think of your customer as a person, you know exactly what their problem is.

Now you can tailor your content to take the person from A to B.

A Killer Three Post Content Strategy To Drive Traffic To Your Blog

There is a common misconception that you need loads of articles to launch your blog. This couldn’t be further from the truth.

I have seen brand spanking new blogs with one article receive high Google rankings.

If you create content that really is worth it and delivers value for your audience, then it doesn’t matter how many articles you have.

If you promote your post properly then you will see the traffic needle move.

I believe we should always create content that has traffic generation in its design and that is how I came up with my three post strategy…

  • Skyscraper Article – Everybody loves high-quality articles.  By using this technique by Brian Dean you are ensuring your blog post is the best there is. These are very highly shared and also perform very well in the search engines because of the amount of value they provide.
  • Expert Roundup/Top List Post – By showcasing experts on your blog, you are getting your content in front of a wider audience and important influencers in your niche. Most experts that have contributed or been featured will be more than likely to share and promote your post.
  • How To/Tutorial – An ultimate guide or a tutorial is the best way to show your audience you know your stuff. If you create an epic guide that people get that “quick-win feeling” from, then you are on to a winner.

One thing to remember is that these posts should aim to build trust with your audience, keep their goals in mind and always remember the journey they are on.

Let me show you the best way to make these posts work for you.

Use The Skyscraper Technique To Blast You Ahead Of Your Competition

This is a technique that was created by Brian Dean at Backlinko.com.

Brian states that a skyscraper article is a blog post that is based on a proven topic.

You take the best articles on the topic and improve them considerably to make them the best out there.

Now, the research you did earlier when you were nailing who your ideal customer is, should have given you a list of the hot topics in your niche. So step one is already done… finding that proven topic!

I want you to pick the most popular topic you came across and search for it in Google. This will show you the best content on the topic in Google’s eyes.

For each of the top 10 results, take notes on what they divulge.

Do they have a lot of images? Do they use video? How well does the design complement the article?

Once you do this for all of the top 10, you will have a massive list on what to cover in your article.

Now to make sure you can make it better.

To make it a lot better you need to see if you can make it more thorough, make the user experience better (i.e. improve design), add images or videos etc…

Once you are certain that your post will blow the others out the way, then you can get started creating your post.

I mentioned that you want to design these posts in a way that encourages traffic.

The best way that you can do this is to link out to authorities in your niche.

This helps back up your claims.

Another way is to feature quotes from influencers.

I would say for your first few skyscraper articles you should include a minimum of 10 expert quotes!

Once your post is ready. just publish it.

If your blog hasn’t launched yet, no one will see it.

That is ok because you want the other two posts to go live before you start promoting.

Devote A Post To Feature Your Favorite Influencers And Get On Their Radar

You really want to provide value to your influencer buddies or potential influencer buddies.

Creating an article that puts them in the spotlight is a great way to do that.

You have two choices…

Content Strategy To Drive Traffic To Your Blog

An expert roundup post… this is a post that features a list of expert tips and tricks with links to the experts. These work great because most of the experts will share your post with their audience just because you have featured them.

As a newbie with no track record, you might struggle to get the attention of some big influencers.

Don’t let this stop you.

You can still create a top list post.

Blogger Outreach Strategy

Top List Posts are great because they come as a surprise to the experts in question.

Again, most will share because you have put the effort in without trying to steal their precious time.

So again, you have your list of hot topics from your previous research.

Head back to Google and insert your next topic. You are looking for list posts.

What is the highest number of lists in the results? If you see something like…

25 Ways To Get Traffic

Then your expert roundup post has to beat it.  Yours could be…

75 Expert Traffic Generating Tricks

If yours is a top list, you just find a post your chosen expert has done and then put it into your own words.

Then add it to your roundup.

This should still appear like an expert roundup post to the reader.

When your post has a killer headline, introduction and conclusion… hit publish. Don’t outreach until your next article is done.

Here is some examples of Expert Roundup Posts:

Teach Your Audience How To Get Instant Results

You’re on your last article, for now, you’re on fire, well done!

Pick another hot topic from your list of topics but this time it needs to teach your audience to do a specific task. Here are some examples…

  • How To Create A Bokeh effect with your DSLR
  • How To Get A Link From Buzzfeed
  • How To Train Your Puppy To Poop Outside
  • How To Make A Realistic Wound With Makeup

Get the idea?

Content Strategy To Drive Traffic To Your Blog

At the end of this post, your reader should be able to take action and complete the task. This provides that “quick-win feeling” and will help build trust with your readers.

Write your post, add images, and if possible, I would advise adding a video. Video is the best way to connect with your audience. It helps speed up the relationship building process because people can actually see you.  They can see how you talk and act.

Now, you do want to add more links to experts and quotes or tips. This should be used to complement the article.

This type of article is not here to be complemented by the experts.

Instead, adding these links will provide more value as the readers will have more pro tips to help them complete the task.

It also gives you another opportunity to reach out and get your content shared! Again at this stage no less than 10 quotes!

Drive Traffic To Your Blog By Reaching Out To Influencers

By now you have three epic articles waiting to work for you, but it is not enough to wait for them to get traction. You have to go out there and create the traction.

The best way to do this is to reach out to influencers and borrow their audience.

In all three of your articles, you have links and quotes to experts and influencers.

Now it is time to make this work for you and drive traffic to your blog.

Reach out to all the experts you have featured and ask them for feedback. Never ask someone to share or link to your post in the first email, this is just too pushy!

For this kind of request, you want to make sure you have a strong relationship with the person. Having said this, most people will share if they like your article.

If the person comes back to you with some great feedback you should take one of the two methods below…

  1. Re-word their feedback into a few sentences and ask the influencer if you can publish it as a testimonial. Social proof is so important at this stage and a testimonial from an influencer is a perfect way to help you build trust with your audience.
  2. If they like your writing enough to share, then this is the best time to pitch them a guest post.

By now, you should have reached out to at least 30 influencers, hopefully, a lot more. Keep this going by telling your friends and associates. They will be more than likely to share your article just because it is by you. Just because they aren’t interested doesn’t mean their friends won’t be.

Wrap It Up

That is it folks, this killer three step post content strategy is perfect to drive traffic to your blog. If you have struggled to get traction for your blog, then it would be a great time to implement this. This content strategy has traction hard-wired into it.

Outreach is so important, and you should always work on building your relationship with influencers in your niche. Always think about giving them value instead of taking from them. When you do this they will be more than happy to help you.

Thank you for reading but now it is over to you… Have you tried any of these content strategies to drive traffic to your blog?

Leave a comment below and let me hear what you think.

Don’t forget to share this article on our favorite social sites, too.

-Joe Elliott

About The Author

Content Strategy To Drive Traffic To Your BlogJoe Elliott is the founder of One Man Wiki. He has been the struggling blogger, but has now mastered his craft.  He helps new and struggling bloggers start a blog so they can increase subscribers and make more money! If you want to learn how to super-charge your blog, then visit Joe on his blog.  You can also connect with him on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.


Donna Merrill
Donna is a well known blogger and creator of "Blogging Magic" - an intensive guide to blogging. "Blogging Magic" is for beginners who are trying to figure out how to bring their blogs to life with tons of visits, comments and social media interaction. It's even for advanced bloggers looking to reach new levels of authority and engagement with their audience.

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67 Responses to A Killer Three Post Content Strategy To Drive Traffic To Your Blog

  1. Vikash Kumar
    April 2, 2017 at 8:03 am #

    Hi, I am a beginner
    I have just started a blog
    I m learning new things every day on the internet
    I have always followed you thanks for this fantastic post…

  2. Andrew M. Warner
    March 14, 2017 at 2:25 pm #

    Hey Joe,

    Great post on Donna’s blog.

    The thing about the Skyscraper technique is that it doesn’t always work with every keyword that you’re trying to rank for. If you search and on the first page, you see sites like Entrepreneur, Inc, Forbes, Huff Post, and others like that, chances are you won’t rank for that keyword. Mainly because you won’t have as much authority as those sites.

    Yes, the Skyscraper technique does work, but it relies heavily on (1) choosing a keyword that you believe you can rank for and can outrank those listed and (2) promotion (mainly backlinks).

    But I do love the technique .. it just takes time.

    Just wanted to share my point but overall, it was a great post.

    – Andrew

  3. ikechi
    March 5, 2017 at 12:59 pm #

    Hi Joe

    These post strategies are just awesome. Thank you so much for sharing your insight. Thumbs up Donna. Take care

  4. Sathish Arumugam
    March 4, 2017 at 6:07 am #

    Thanks for the information. Well written. Your article has given us a good way to follow it. Because of your great strategies and marketing idea only there are lots of audience into your blog. Your valuable content will always get you lot of traffic and subscribers. Thanks for this great post.
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  5. Anand March 1, 2017 at 10:41 pm #

    Hi Donna and Joe. You’re perfectly right about identifying your target audience and making use of influencers to reach them. Knowing who your customers are, and how to reach them, takes care of about 90% of your marketing strategy. The rest is just about execution, which gets easier with practice. Great post, and a must-read for anyone who wants to come up with a marketing plan that works.
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  6. Arumugam Ramasamy March 1, 2017 at 6:10 am #

    Hi Joe & Donna

    Cool Article.
    Gathered more information from your site.
    Keep posting such inspirational post.

  7. DeeDee Lynn
    February 25, 2017 at 4:40 pm #

    Thanks Joe and Donna. This is an incredibly detailed post for just 3 strategies. I will need some time to go over all this information and apply it to my blog. Thanks so much.
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  8. lisa thomson
    February 25, 2017 at 4:10 pm #

    This is amazing. Thank you Donna for sharing this wonderful guest author. The detail and how to is superb. I will be trying this tactic. I am working on a post right now that requires some research and would be perfect for expert quotes, for example. Thank you, Joe. There is so much here, I’ll have to go through it a few times to absorb it all. It’s a bookmark post, for sure. Have a great weekend, Donna!
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  9. Yogesh Shinde
    February 25, 2017 at 12:00 pm #

    Hey Joe,

    Thanks for this wonderful article.

    I think you are emphasizing on being human and serving human, that’s what helps us to grow our blog traffic. You are insisting on “know you audience” and techniques likes Skyscrapper and roundup, these are really helpful tricks to grow our blog.

    I have seen many bloggers are just getting huge traffic by these techniques. Expert roundups are irresistible because everyone wants to what XXXX influencers are using to run their business or blog.

    Thanks for inspiring us Joe.
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  10. Lydia Brown
    February 24, 2017 at 4:54 pm #

    Hi Joe & Donna thank you for this information. I forgot all about Buzzsumo thank you for the reminder and I am going to work on the Skyscraper technique.
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  11. Mandy Allen
    February 23, 2017 at 2:09 pm #

    Great share, Donna, and an inspired writer. I love blogging and can admit to writing what I like without giving a thought to what anyone wants to read, but it works for me, I have traffic, comments and sales from my blogging efforts, but there was a lot of hard work behind this, building relationships, visiting other blogs, getting a feel for which type of posts get the most traffic and comments etc. It’s a process we can either go through or completely ignore, and those that ignore it tend not to stay around for too long.

    Enjoy the journey!
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  12. Cori Ramos
    February 22, 2017 at 4:09 pm #

    Hi Donna, Hi Joe,

    It’s very nice to meet you. Thanks for sharing these strategies with us and breaking it down the way you did. These strategies definitely to drive traffic to our blog and I use them myself. 🙂

    Thanks for the reminder about using Buzzsumo. When I first heard about it, I used it a couple times but it fell off my radar. I need to start using that tool again.

    Have a great rest of the week and I wish you all the best!

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  13. Rajkumar
    February 22, 2017 at 3:35 pm #

    Loved this article,

    I’m also a great fan of skyscrapper technique and I read about it at backlinko. All the three listed post strategies are very useful.

    I will make sure to follow them on my blog.


  14. Nishant
    February 22, 2017 at 7:51 am #

    Hello Donna, Content is the most effective way to drive relevant traffic to our website. High quality content has the intrinsic potential to increase engagement and get ranked on SERP. It si important to have a content strategy crafted around the painpoints fo our target audience. Bloggers should also know which form of content will work well in which platform. Video content is one excellent way to increase engagement on facebook where as snippets of text with supporting images are best for twitter.

  15. Atish Ranjan
    February 22, 2017 at 7:14 am #

    Super post, Joe!

    Skyscrapper technique is awesome! I love it and have been doing it lately as well. Secondly, How-to guides are the best content on the web, and you get targeted traffic to it if you are able to rank well.
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  16. Joe Elliott February 21, 2017 at 4:08 am #

    Hey Paula,

    Thanks for stopping by and glad you have found it useful.

    Get on it and own it!

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  17. Paula
    February 18, 2017 at 11:56 pm #

    Great article Joe,
    I need to follow,your advise, but honestly not wanting to discipline myself. LOL

    Anyhow, definitely worth rereading and learning more

    • Donna Merrill February 23, 2017 at 1:25 am #

      Hi Paula,

      Everyone needs to work in their own way, for sure.

      Joe’s strategy is the real deal, but sure, it takes some real work and effort.

      Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

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  18. Ruth Bowers
    February 18, 2017 at 1:26 pm #

    Hi Joe and Donna, Thanks so much for the strategy and the tips! I’m a researcher at heart and love the way you use Buzzsumo. I’m definitely going to be adding that to my arsenal of tools.
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  19. Amar kumar
    February 17, 2017 at 4:36 am #

    Hey Donna,

    Glad to read your informative post and I totally agree with your points. It is really very significant for blogger to know completely about potential audience in order to drive traffic.

    Now-a-days, bloggers come with several ideas to serve audience – It can be entertaining or helpful in nature but from my opinion helpful ideas has its own characteristics to make audience satisfied.

    These tips are absolutely killer in nature pertaining to drive maximum traffic to blog. Eventually, thanks for sharing your healthy thought with us.

    With best wishes,

    Amar kumar
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  20. Ravi Chahar
    February 17, 2017 at 4:21 am #

    Hey Joe,

    It’s good to see you around.:)

    People really need to understand the concept of audience targeting. You can’t just jump in the well of blogging until you realize who you are targeting to.

    I like the way you have crafted the content around the roundup posts. Of course, it’s one of the effective ways to make your presence but only if you do it right.

    Glad to read the article.
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    • Joe Elliott February 21, 2017 at 4:04 am #

      Hey Bro!

      Hope you are good man!

      Audience targeting is so important and really so easy to do when you have the internet in front of you!

      The problem with roundups are that people do them for the wrong reasons and the experts know it. We need to make them rock and actively get out there and get the word out!

      When you do this the experts will help more with the promotion.

      Focus on building a relationship and your luck will change!

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    • Donna Merrill February 23, 2017 at 1:14 am #

      Hi Ravi,

      It really gets down to targeting your right audience.

      Then give them the content they’re searching for, and like you say, learn how to “get it right.”

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  21. Shamsudeen Adeshokan
    February 17, 2017 at 2:30 am #

    Hi Joe and Donna,

    This is indeed nicely written and very useful information.

    Knowing your audience and identifying their pain point is the starting line to a successful business.

    I was also committing the same mistake you pointed out. Just writing what I want to write. I used to publish what I feel my audience need to read. Forgetting that is all about what they want to read and know more about.

    Since I started publishing what my audience want to know about, traffic have increased, more return readers, time on site and more repeated paying customers.

    Thanks Joe, very useful post.
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    • Joe Elliott February 21, 2017 at 4:01 am #

      Hi Shamsudeen

      Thank you so much for your kind comment!

      Glad you are getting the desired results. Your audience are your hub, if you treat them like people they will respect you and you will see growth! Let them shine and make it about them!

      Thank you so much!

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    • Donna Merrill February 23, 2017 at 1:10 am #

      Hi Shamsudeen,

      Ease the pain… that’s the key.

      Looks like you’re on the right path.

      Before you can solve the problems and the pain your readers have, you need to know what it those problems and pains are.

      Then, this strategy is perfect for delivery the content they are really looking for.

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  22. Ryan Biddulph
    February 16, 2017 at 4:32 pm #

    Hi Joe,

    Great to see you here bro 😉

    I love me some Quora. Fab platform for spotting pain points or probs to convert into blog posts. I peep it before writing a fair share of my guest posts. Fish in a barrel easy way to find what my readers want help with, blogging-wise.

    I trawl comments on my blog to spot post ideas, read and answer questions I get through email and social media and observe blogging probs wherever they may pop up for an endless flow of blog post ideas. Easy peasy, really. Gobble up problems. Help your readers live their dreams by addressing these probs via blog post.

    Listen. Be still. Relax. Watch. Writer’s block is a myth. We are swimming in post ideas. We can help readers easily by watching, by being an observer, by just being in the moment to spot exactly what our audience needs so we can offer it to them.

    Thanks for sharing.

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  23. Mark
    February 16, 2017 at 2:25 pm #

    It’s most definitely a do-able three killer step process Donna!

    Thanks so much for featuring Joe. He did an excellent job,
    first defining and clarifying exactly what needs to be done and
    in which specific order.

    Thanks Joe! Your blueprint is extremely practical.And you definitely
    provided more than enough ‘how to’ details, to make it practical
    for us.

    And the fact you’re speaking from past personal experience as well, really
    adds the real meat & potatoes we all love & crave!

    Donna’s & David are my coaches, and you’re step by step instructions
    and writing style Joe,are very similar to the way they coach and mentor us!

    Thanks so much for agreeing to share your proven, real world insider secrets!

    And thanks so much for featuring him Coach!
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  24. Chery Schmidt
    February 16, 2017 at 1:03 pm #

    Hello Donna, It was nice to meet Joe here on your blog today! He did an amazing job with this article! I did indeed get some great tips and I am ready to get to work on them right now..

    Great Share
    Chery :))

  25. Dexterroona
    February 16, 2017 at 5:38 am #

    I have just written a 3 post series for Quora. Its a great way to get visitors to click through on the how to videos i have added navigation at the bottom of each video to the next

    Regards Dexter
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  26. Sherman Smith February 15, 2017 at 12:38 pm #

    Hey Joe and Donna,

    Knowing what your blog is about and who your ideal customer is is vital!

    This gives your target audience a reason to come to your blog. And if you’re writing valuable content that they can instantly use, then that makes it all the better!

    Those are great strategies!

    I never used the skyscraper technique, but have done an expert roundup post and how to posts. They definitely work as far as getting a lot of traffic and subscribers. This helps to build trust and social proof when it comes down it. When you have this status, then it because easier to sell!

    Thanks for sharing! This is nice and simple to do!
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    • Joe Elliott February 21, 2017 at 3:51 am #

      Hi Sherman

      Thank you so much for your vauable input!

      Dd ou get influencers involved in your how to post, this makes it easier to share! Lots of people don’t do this with tutorials.

      As for the Skyscraper technique, give it a shot you will love the results!

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    • Donna Merrill February 23, 2017 at 12:21 am #

      Hi Sherman,

      Knowing your target audience can’t be stressed too much.

      Then you have to give them the value they are searching for.

      That’s where the 3 post strategy Joe talks about, really kicks in.

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  27. Praveen Rajarao
    February 15, 2017 at 11:00 am #

    Hello Joe,

    That is indeed a very nicely written article. I am also starting to worry a bit about traffic and users not staying long enough on my site. This article has given me a good path to follow for my next one. I will surely implement that and see if that helps.

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  28. Muhammad Tabish
    February 15, 2017 at 9:10 am #

    Hello Donna Ma.am
    Thanks For the Information Really Appreciated it. Wel Written, Keep Sharing!

    have a Nice Day ahead,
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