Here are 6 blogging mistakes that can ruin your chances of converting blog traffic into valuable customers… and some sure-fire solutions. The goal of your business blog is not to attract traffic; it’s to attract the right traffic, and turn that traffic into customers.
It’s a bit anticlimactic when you first “go live” with your new, updated website, just to see that your analytics barely shift; or when you write that thought-provoking, controversial, smart piece of content meant to drive traffic to your blog, but two days later, it’s already looking like its dropped off the cliff into internet-obscurity. Answer me this: If you have the perfect website, why isn’t everyone flocking to it?
Let’s take a look at four impressive psychology studies and how they can immediately improve your marketing and sales strategies. Either I’m the most gullible person on the planet (probably), or I can attest to these from personal experience as a consumer… they work.
Google Analytics can be an overwhelming experience–trust me, I get it. There’s just so much information to sift through–how is anyone supposed to know what’s the most important, or even where to start? It’s also one of the most valuable (and free!) tools you have at your disposal to drive new traffic to your website.