For Bloggers Who Hate Low Subscriptions
Last Update: November 25, 2012
If your title isn't at least meeting me at the point at which I arrived - I'm already lost
Engage me with your headline. I arrive here from somewhere ... that link promise me something,
Are you about to deliver?
It’s no surprise that this comes at he top of the list, when brainstorming the list that was the first to come out. Without engaging content the list stays bare. You mat get a few opt-in to your list if you em[ploy a squeeze page but they will disappear soon enough if you don’t give your reader what they expect.
If thinking of “what to write” is often a stumbling block. Think of you and your reader...
...Why are they on your web-space?
...Where did they arrive from?
...What did you promise to deliver?
If you take the example of Mission0ps, I aim to give a little insight in how to make money online. Recommending tools, training that works and my own quirky and not so main stream attitude. Is all I promise. & hope I deliver!
At times when I'm running up to the hurdle, and suddenly feel like I ain't gonna make it (in terms of creating content) Often Just going back to basics and looking at what you do now can be base of a great article piece…
Let me try to put that into perspective: The article title “For Bloggers Who Can’t Stand Low Subscriptions” came from an old article I wrote on another weblog , but that was just a piece a crap!
Yet this piece I’m using the exact same title to evoke another feeling. I just want to add value .. not flog you “best opt in software in the world” or what ever it was.
Just look over your old work and ask yourself...
...what you would have done differently.