Weird title, I know, but I’ll tell you more. What does this button do? This was my curious reaction after starting Word Press. I knew nothing about settings, widgets, keywords and plugins let alone blog design. Yes, I have briefly looked into blogging before, but not so keen and interested then. What I thought was too complicated and technical turned out to be quite logical and simple when you slow down to a gallop.
Your Word Press c-Panel is like the cockpit of a fighter jet with lots of buttons to make things happen. But what buttons do you push? Only one way to be sure, press the fucking button and see what happens. If it turned out to be a missile then oops…sorry. Let’s see what this button does. Sounds reckless, maybe it is, but that doesn’t change the fact that there’s only one way to find out. Now of course you’re not going to click on all the UN safe links when you surf the web, but with WordPress you’re safe.
Focus on the method, not a program, because you’ll be amazed at what your mind can come up with when you start pushing buttons. What’s the worst that can happen… you have the cutest blog on the planet? It’s just another little thing that you have to move out of the way, explore and heal. Believe in yourself, you can do it. You have to research and research, that’s the only way to gain knowledge and brand yourself with recognition. Every new trick you learn is something you can use to help your audience later. It’s all about what you do, what you offer and what you know. Forget about selling and focus all your energy on mastering one method and/or tactic at a time. Again focus on the method and not the program because then you can improve the method you are learning.
Today, I’m able to crawl a new Word Press blog minutes after it’s published, and I had to start just out of curiosity. These blogs typically have a Google rating of 72-85%, which is currently above average. And all I did was figure out what all the buttons were for, which required a lot of watching training videos and intensive research.
What does this button do? – This button shows what happens when you use it. And there’s only one way to find out. To succeed, all you need is curiosity and a willingness to learn at a realistic pace. We’re not competing here, it’s not a competition. Making money online happens when you realize that it is an art, an art that favors preparation, precision and moderation.
WordPress blogging opens up a whole new level of blogging and you will be amazed at the results, I can assure you – Target your audience while blogging because that is the only way to get conversion and response. You also need to research and identify a common need in your niche, because responding to it and providing a solution is the key to sales conversion. Making money online is not rocket science, but it is a science that favors preparation, moderation and timing. When you blog, you need to inspire your audience by sharing ideas and attracting visitors, and you should never turn your blog into a desperate sales pitch.
Do proper niche research, target and create keyword rich content accordingly. It’s your content that gets your visitor interested because they want to know more, and that’s the key to building your reputation online. Your content is responsible for the visitor who turns into a buyer. When your content is useful, relevant and interesting, your visitors will return and are even more likely to subscribe to your blog feed. When you target your target audience, it simply means that they are likely to be interested in the product you are selling. And you need to create the best keywords in your niche. Like this article, I target keywords; “Target, blogs, blog, money and audience”. These keywords are searched for a combined 24 million times on Google per month and all have low competition.
Do so and your content and results should turn out great. And if all of this sounds a bit complicated, the best next step is to learn more about targeting, SEO, and WordPress. SEO is still the undefeated champion and does a great job of targeting your audience.
By combining the 4 key points of branding.
Own a “significant thing” – Don’t try to be all things to all people spend time focusing on one clear message. Mercedes-Benz owns “Engineering” in the automotive industry, having focused on this single message for decades.
Consistency is the key – a consistent presentation ensures that your customers recognize you. Use logos, taglines, visual elements, tone and ad copy consistently. The world’s most famous brands stay that way because they haven’t changed in decades. Make sure your brochures, website, direct mail and all other advertising have the same feel and message.
Make your message relevant – Know your audience, know what they care about and how to talk to them. Make sure the products you sell are what they need. Remember, the conversation should always be about your audience, not you.
Use a strong offer to motivate – You want your audience to remember you and you want its members to buy from you. You have to put them into action. A strong offer should give them a reason to buy. Make the offer clear and suitable for your brand. Every time a customer interacts with your brand, they have either a positive or a negative experience. These experiences increase their perception of your brand.
These experiences will be remembered later when it’s time to make a purchase decision. How do you want your brand to be remembered when the time comes for a purchase opportunity? You need to start building that positive perception today and do whatever it takes to maintain it.