Get people hooked on your site
Having a blog is a war for attention. If someone manages to stumble across your site, you only have a few seconds to hook them. Otherwise, they’ll hit the back button and find what they’re looking for somewhere else.
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Turn your readers into loyal, lifelong fans
Here’s today’s question:
“How do I make my blog articles stand out?”
Now this one hits near and dear for me because as I was writing material on personal finance years ago, tons of other people were writing the same stuff. So how did I make my material stand out in the sea of sameness?
I’ll tell you what I learned. But first, I asked a few of my writer friends to share what they’ve learned.
Let’s take a look.
What’s my take in addition to these?
Write detailed, ultra-specific examples that other people will not take the time to do. Take a look at the case studies on Tim Ferriss’s blog or Steve Kamb’s Nerd Fitness site. Take a look at the automation articles that I’ve written on personal finance. All of these go into such extreme detail that frankly most other people wouldn’t take the time to do it.
Transform casual browsers into rabid fans
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