Promotion

The Quick and Dirty Guide to Creating Your “Bribe to Subscribe” in Record Time

The Quick and Dirty Guide to Creating Your “Bribe to Subscribe” in Record Time

You’re not dumb.

You know that to build a popular blog, you need to grow your email list.

And that offering your readers a juicy sign-up “bribe” will grow your list faster.

But despite this, you still don’t have one.

Of course, it’s on your to-do list. It just won’t reach your “have done” list anytime soon.

The problem is you always seem to have a ton of other stuff to take care of first.

And whenever you think about creating your bribe, you feel overwhelmed.

Creating one can seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be a mammoth task.

If you take the right approach, you can finish it quicker than you ever imagined…
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The Minimalist Guide to Twitter: How to Handle It in 15 Minutes a Day

The Minimalist Guide to Twitter: How to Handle It in 15 Minutes a Day

Has this ever happened to you?

You venture over to Twitter to share your latest blog post.

You type your message, click Tweet and you’re just about to leave when…

Something in your timeline catches your eye.

It’ll only take a few seconds to check it out, right?

Then you see something else. Then something else.

And before you know it, an hour has passed and you’re left wondering where the hell your time went.

It’s a common problem. Twitter’s a powerful tool for bloggers, but it’s also a dangerous distraction.

Scrolling endlessly through your feed can feel productive – particularly when you tell yourself it’s research – but deep down you know it’s the opposite. Even the “proven” social strategies seem to deliver nothing.

So, is it possible to get the benefits of Twitter without being sidetracked by the distractions or wasting time on ineffective tactics?

Fortunately, it is.

In fact, it’s possible in just 15 minutes a day. Here’s how…
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11 Traffic Techniques That Are a Waste of Time for Beginners

11 Traffic Techniques That Are a Waste of Time for Beginners

Could it really be possible that almost everything you are doing to promote your website is a waste of time?

We’re not just talking about questionable hacks you picked up on some weird forum. We’re talking about proven techniques recommended by industry leaders in authority publications.

But you know what?

It’s mostly a load of crap.

Over the last five years, I’ve mentored over 2,000 bloggers. I’ve examined their promotional activities. I’ve seen their traffic stats.

And the vast majority of what you’re being told to do simply does not work.

It’s not just less effective than advertised. It produces almost no meaningful results whatsoever.

What, exactly, is a “meaningful result?”

Well, I’m glad you asked…
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How to Get More Traffic and Traction by Promoting Your Content Like a Boss

How to Get More Traffic and Traction by Promoting Your Content Like a Boss

Some bloggers seem to have all the luck.

They get way more shares than you. They get tons more email subscribers than you. They get much higher search rankings than you.

And it sucks, right?

Because their content is good, but it’s not great.

Certainly it’s not that much better than yours.

So what are they doing differently?

Why is their content so much more successful than yours?

The difference is in the way they promote it.
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How to Run a Simple Contest and Add 500 New Subscribers to Your List

How to Run a Simple Contest and Add 500 New Subscribers to Your List

You’re probably sick of hearing it.

You know, the good old one, two, three strategy for growing your blog.

One – set up an e-mail list.

Two – create a juicy incentive to persuade visitors to sign up.

Three – promote the hell out of it and hope people take the bait.

And the thing is, it’s good advice.

But that’s the problem.

Because it’s good advice, everyone’s doing it.

Which means it’s increasingly difficult to stand out from the crowd.

So what’s a subscriber-hungry blogger to do?

Well, when everyone’s doing the same thing, the smart play is to do something completely different.

So what if there were a way to attract subscribers that 99% of bloggers aren’t using?

What if this method could give you a big jump in subscribers, not just a small trickle?

And what if you could learn this method in just a few minutes?

(The exact method I recently used to add 500 new subscribers to my own blog.)

Sound interesting?
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