Blogging is a great way to spread your message to the masses. When your blog is
As I have already pointed out, a blog helps you get your internet marketing business off the ground. No more warm market leads where you are bugging friends and family to sign up in your marketing business.
Here are some reasons that you should have a blog for your business and/or your personal life.
Social Media Which Helps Your Bottom Line
Supposed that Facebook, Twitter, and
What would you do if you solely relied upon social media marketing? All your followers would be gone. Unreachable. In effect, your business has shut down.
Or… perhaps you get banned for some odd reason from any of the above social media outlets – or worse – all of them!
Now if you had a blog along with an email list, you’d be able to let your followers know that social media is not a good way to get in touch with you. Instead, just reply to the email message that the reader is reading.
Attracting New People To Your World
If you have a blog, and you want your blogging to help your bottom line, you have a few things to do in order to get these things rolling.
- Get your niche nailed down and start blogging, vlogging, marketing to this niche.
- Be consistent with your blog posts.
- Serve them better than you did yesterday. The competition is never against anyone other than your previous self.
I’ve personally seen blogs that have grown so much that the blog owners are full-time bloggers due to the income they are creating.
If you search Pinterest for the term monthly income report, income results are amazing. Ranging from $5 to $200k /month and more.
I hope this blog post has convinced you to start a blog now rather than later.
Below is a graphic that I found on a prolific bloggers site, Neil Patel’s QuickSprout.com
What Blogging Isn’t And Why Blogging Helps Your Bottom Line
Yes, you know what I was going to say here, but before I typed the complete thought. I had to say that blogging is for everyone. The real question is if you are ready for blogging to be a part of your business.
I’d love to give you a quick overview of How To Start A WordPress Blog With No Prior Technical Experience, so that you can take advantage of the free traffic that a blog will generate.
Leads and Sales
If you’re in a business, you know that the lifeblood of all businesses is getting leads that convert into sales. Without it, your business is essentially dead.
This is yet another reason you should use the blog as a strategy to get more leads into your email marketing system. The very nature of a blog is to give tremendous value and then help your customers decide that they need your product that you’re selling them.
If you could show how profits are coming from your blog (and you can), you’d be ecstatic over the profits your blog can and will bring into the storehouse.
All it takes is just one sale from your blog to realize the immense positives of having a blog. So, does blogging help your bottom line?
I would say an emphatic YES!
I’m running a 4-week email course that will show you just how to set up a blog and start making money.
You can take your time at learning this over the next 4 weeks or you can binge this content. It’s all up to you and the best part is you’ll have a skill that will take you to new and higher places.
Bottom line on blogging is that you DEFINETLY need to have a blog as a “home base” on the internet. This is where you get people to sign up to your email list, buy your products that people on social media don’t really know you have until they visit your blog.
Your Blog In Today’s Economic Climate
It seems that when you look at the success of a blog – and there aren’t that many out there that are making any sales – you need to look for those doing more than just blogging. They are on social media in some form or another and most of the time they are on YouTube and/or Rumble.
The biggest reason for a blog to not be successful is that they are not asking for the sale. IF they are asking they may very well be missing one of the key steps to gaining trust of the customer.
Know. Like. Trust. Then the sales come in like a flood, repeatedly!
So, knowing what I just said about can we answer the question, “Does blogging help your bottom line?” I think it’s quite obvious, don’t you?!
I’ve gone through a few of the key structures to a blog that will give you your bottom line – or should I say your home base on the internet. Now it’s up to you to figure out what you are going to blog about and what you will offer in the way of products to your tribe.