Some people are starting to say that guest blogging is dead. Is that true, or are they just tired of the hassle?
While it may be true that guest posting content on low-traffic blogs is a waste of time, there are ways to optimize your guest blogging efforts and make them enormously worthwhile.
Numbers don’t lie, so here are three case studies that might change your mind if you’re losing interest in guest blogging.
Any organization with a website knows a blog is one of the most efficient marketing tools at their disposal.
A blog provides fresh content to a target audience, consistently boosts SEO, establishes authority, and builds community.
When it comes to growing an audience, few strategies come close to the effective power of guest blogging.
According to Brian Clarke from Copyblogger, 8 out of 10 people on average will read the headline copy of your post, but only 2 out of 10 will read the rest.
So how to do you go about writing the kind of headlines for your blog post that will draw people in?
Here are 3 proven ways you can write better headlines…
Over the last 6 months, our business has experienced rapid growth. That being said, I’ve had loads of experience (and lots of success) closing monthly recurring deals with just one call.
These 4 tips have drastically improved the conversion rate of our initial sales calls, and I’m confident they’ll work for you as well.
The business I started in January has taken off faster than I could’ve ever imagined. And I firmly believe that a huge part of the company’s success can be tied back to a handful of amazing books.
One of those books is “Good Leaders Ask Great Questions” by John Maxwell.
This book had such a huge impact on me, that it made me want to soak up more wisdom from Maxwell’s other books (he’s written a TON of them!). Along the way, I found some great quotes that inspired, motivated, and challenged me as an entrepreneur.
So without further ado, here are 27 incredible John Maxwell quotes.