In order to get this kind of result, your call to action at the end of your content should cause them to visit your link. That means your content should give them just enough information to whet their appetite for more. Give them quality material with the promise of more to come.
Think blogs, white papers, viral videos, case studies–anything with exceptional, relevant content, created to help and educate your readers. That’s content marketing.
The bright side is that all this can be turned around. Learning how to generate your own network marketing leads on a massive scale will cure this disease. I’m not talking about leads that you buy from someone. I’m speaking of leads that have sought you out and like, trust, and want to do business with you. That is only part of the solution however.
You must drive people to your sites before you can sell them anything. ‘Build it and they will come’ only happens in the movies. People don’t want to spend hours trawling through pages of results from search engines. They want an answer NOW and hit that download button to solve their problem so you have to be there to provide it and make that sale. That leads onto a whole other learning module about traffic and search engine optimisation and there are loads of traffic and Seo manuals out there covering this ever changing subject.
The Warrior Forum. This is the largest Internet marketing discussion forum in the world. All of the top Internet marketers hang out here at one time or another.
A blog with an Seo objective still needs to contain useful information. And as its page rank and ‘trust’ grow, so will the number of people who find it. The owner will then have to give more consideration to the interests of his/her followers, rather than content that merely convey ‘link juice’ to his/her main site.
To find the authority site in your niche or on any particular topic, simply go to a search engine, type in a keyword, and view the top 3 results that appear in the natural (organic, not pay-per-click) results. These are typically the authority sites for the keywords you entered.