Shorten Your Blog Marketing Time – Write a Tip Blog that Sells You

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Are you blog marketing with tips already? Do you fully realize the benefits of that?   As you look for tips to help you in your business, millions of others do too. Your online audiences love tips because they don’t want to spend a lot of time reading. They want the easy-to-read nuggets that pertain to their needs and interests so they can skim. Your potential clients want solutions to their problems and concerns. When you give solutions you show yourself as a trusted authority in your niche, and bring your target market to your website. That is the goal.


Once your visitor signs up for your ongoing tips, over time, you will develop trust that brings eventual clients and program sales. If you don’t write excellent blog tips, you won’t stand out from the crowd, and won’t get those visitors you want. You will stay unknown; business will stagnate. That’s sad, because you won’t get to do what you were meant to do – share your unique expertise and help make your client’s world a better place.

So, are you ready to discover a blog marketing strategy that always works? Meet the 30-minute “Tip Blog!”

Divide and Conquer to Save You Time

The “Tip Blog” delivers.  You can write one in 30 minutes.  Short cut and leverage your writing time. Take information from a longer how to blog of about 1200 words or take from your how to or self-help book chapters, trainings, and  courses. You have hundreds of these in your files and folders, awaiting a transformation.

Even if you’re not a professional writer, you can write a tip because you know your audience’s challenges. With a “Blog Tip,” you can partially solve your audience’s concerns. They’ll know you can do even more for them when they visit your website. Besides a book, your blog is a great content marketing action.

Solve Your Audience’s Problems with Your “Tip Blog.”

Remember, not all tips are equal. They need to follow a format. Many professionals write sloppy tips that don’t deliver information clearly.  But, now you can be a top resource with this strategy.

Four Steps to Write Your “Tip Blog”

1. Create your “Tip Blog” Title that Pulls Your Audience to Read it.

Buy Now!

Include a benefit and/or your specific audience in this title. Put appropriate keywords in the blog title, so the search engines will rank you higher. You optimize for the search engines. You write a strong title including benefits to hook your readers.

For instance, in the title above one, benefit is to shorten your writing time. The intimated audience is coaches and other business people with a service or product to sell.  Notice the words “blog marketing.” When you check your Google Keywords, you’ll find that over 75,000 people each month use that keyword phrase to find information on that topic.

Blog Coaching Tip: Make your first sentence count. Use keywords in it.

2.  Write a Hook and Thesis in Paragraph One.

Look at my first paragraph above. It engages with questions on where you are now, gives benefits so you keep reading, and it invites you in with enthusiasm.

3.  Use a Command Verb to Start Each Tip.

For example, “Do this, using specifics.” When you mix noun phases, such as “–ing” words like “creating,” know that they are passive and your reader may yawn. Command verbs show action. When your tips are not consistent, your reader may get confused. When consistent, they move your audience to action.

4. Share the Benefits for Doing the Tip or Consequences from not Doing it.

These come after each command verb tip in each paragraph. Most of us react to the positive outcomes, yet some of our audiences will react better to consequences as motivators to move.

Without these specific reasons to do something, your reader may miss the importance of taking action.

5.  Give your Readers Resources to Find More Solutions to their Challenges in each Tip.

“Where do I find great people and programs on this topic?” your blog reader asks. One way is to include one or two website URL’s as a resource to use where your reader can get more information. Mention a book and its URL where they can get deeper information beyond the tips.

For example, Google keyword phrases that will take your readers to expanded information. And, mention mentors who specialize in your tip’s category. If you don’t share where to get this information, you leave your readers unsatisfied.

Blog Coaching Tip: Write 10 blog tips in one article if you want 1000 words or more. Some blog sites require longer guest blogs. Write 3, 5 or 7 tips for shorter blogs that you and other blog sites want.

When you apply these “Tip Blog” gems, you will put your business on a fast track, and you’ll be known as a trusted authority who will make good things happen with your clients.

What was the number one tip you learned from this blog that will make your blog marketing more successful? And, leave your burning question too! I will answer it.

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Judy Cullins

Book and Blog Coach Judy Cullins helps you gain confidence and transform your ideas into life-long money-making content. Author of 14 books for business people and authors include "Write your eBook or Other Short Book--Fast!"Judy offers free, up-to-the minute weekly publications on book and blog writing and online marketing at http://www.bookcoaching.com/help-writing-a-book.php

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