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As a young blogger, you’re working hard to build your audience, and to create a presence in your niche. So far, you’ve probably built relationships with other bloggers, created a social media presence, and taken action to promote yourself and your blog. You may have even done some cross promotional work with other bloggers. This is great.
You’ve done everything you’ve been told to do, to increase traffic to your website and it’s working. The only problem is that nothing else seems to be happening – no conversions, no sales, no business growth. What’s going wrong? When people come to one of your pages, you want them to do something.
Image via globaldigitalcitizen.org Over 500,000 startups are launched every year in the U.S. alone. The majority of them fail. While there are many reasons for their failures, probably the most common is the lack of resources – money and manpower. New business owners are low on cash, and they need expertise that they cannot hire, for essential business tasks.
via Wikimedia Commons Everybody has dreams. Don’t you have an image in your head of the career and life of your dreams? Maybe you would like to start your own business and build your own small empire. Maybe your idea of living the dream is a nice big home where you can raise a family. Perhaps you belong in a big city, or rural living might be your thing.
Add Media If you use software such as Google Analytics to keep track of traffic on your website, you have a good idea of how many site visitors you receive each day, and how long they stay on your website. Chances are, you also have a good idea of the percentage of visitors that actually become customers.
Home > Blog & Grow > Write Down these 10 “Musts” Before You Open Your Business Door Write Down these 10 “Musts” Before You Open Your Business Door By John Unger on September 11, 2015 Tweet Pin It Image source Studies show that at least 50% of all businesses go “belly up” within five years of their start-ups.
Scared. Afraid. Anxious. Excited. Inspired… We all experience emotions every day. From our daily struggles to our biggest dreams. It’s your job as a content marketer to discover these emotions, and uncover their raw ingredients. Embrace them, dig deeper and offer a way out the other side. We are always trying to understand why some content goes viral and rises to the t ...