How About Making $85,000/ yr In Passive Income Through Blogging.

You’re getting started creating a powerful, content packed, value filled, money making blog…

There are some things to consider when you’re creating a blog to help you drive traffic + sales into your business.

Blogging is my 2nd favorite method for drawing new clients + audiences into my business daily.

Obvi, the first is Instagram – which I use to direct people to the blog, then use the blog to do the opposite – draw people in to me.

That’s the magical part.

Creating valuable content that will essentially bring people into my business daily.

I’m going to teach you exactly how I do this successfully, to reach hundreds of thousands weekly.

These people purchase my ebooks, courses, and coaching – and they become members of my private communities.

If you’re wanting to build communities + sell your products, then this is the perfect challenge for you!

Let’s get started…

For each post, you’re going to consider some main elements to begin.

First, there’s the point or goal for that post. Blogging isn’t just about talking about the next sale or trying to collect a lead. Sure, you want those things.

But ideally, you’re focused on a main goal + delivering value to the customer or visitor so they can see how you deliver + what they can expect from your company.

Each blog that you write should have a specific goal in mind; and by goal, I mean sale😆

For example, your sell doesn’t need to be listed there on the page.

In fact, you don’t ever need to talk about the product.

You’re going to focus on the story.

So your first goal is to think about the product you have.

Then, understand that each person coming into your brand has a desire to resonate with the message they feel is for them before ever wanting to think that you’re selling them something. In fact, most lose the opportunity for people to choose you, because you’re forcing yourself on them initially.

So relax, you’ve got this.

And you have what they need, want, + desire…

So tell your story. 

The story that will show them exactly why your product is the solution. Make sense?

For example…

You’re selling your ebook on How To Skyrocket Your Success

The story behind this connects to the person who needs or wants to be successful. No brainer!

But let’s look deeper into this exact person.

✅ Pointer one would be: What types of things that person has struggled with that’s keeping them from being successful.

✅ Pointer 2: How you have also (or a customer – pick one “hero” to focus on…struggled with that thing. Something that made them feel they just weren’t going to make it through.

✅ Pointer 3: How your book gave them (get very specific) just what they needed to move from drab to fab…

✅ Pointer 4: And then share how they are FEELING now that they’ve been skyrocketed to successthanks to YOU.

That’s a full whole blog content post✍🏽

Opening, main pointers, then the transformation of the zero to the hero!

And for my community, you know that the Hero is essentially the customer that’s on the journey with you providing what they need to transform/ That could be their look, the way they feel about themselves. It can be their knowledge; how much information they can gain in a specific subject. Or their personal or business growth.

Each Hero of the story (customer) is on a journey, and I’ll be sharing more of how this plays out in sales + marketing…

Begin thinking about your products and exactly what these elements break down into for your products.

We’re going deeper into why blogging is a great way to drive sales + collect the right customers into your business in the Blogging Challenge!

Want to learn how to drive more awareness + conversions in your business? Learn exactly how to use your blog as the center of content and traffic in the training.

Join the challenge here!

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