by Juan Robin II
Drawing blog traffic to a divorcee blog isn’t an easy task.
But like with every other service in the market, it needs to be handled professionally and with an ease that your clients will understand.
So how do you do it? It’s simple.
Chances are, you already have what you need. You just need to learn how to use it to make it better.
That’s where we come in.
We’re going to show you a few ways that you can make your blog the strongest that its ever been – and help you bring in potential clients in the process.
Read on to learn more.
Clean up the URL
Most humans like when things are nice, tidy, and easy to use. This sort of thinking should also be present on your blog.
For starters, we recommend fixing up the URL. This may not seem like an essential part of driving up blog traffic, but it is beneficial if you make it easy for your clients to remember where to go, and will help generate more clients in the process.
The best way to do that is to take what you already have…and just shorten it.
There’s no point in remaking your URL from scratch – and you most likely weren’t going to do it anyway – so take advantage of URL rewriting tools that do the work for you.
URL rewriting tools take the page link that you already have and shorten it into a link that is more user-friendly.
This approach also tends to rank better in search engines.
I strongly suggest you give it a try.
Learn to Use Social Media
At this point, if you aren’t using social media, you aren’t doing marketing right.
To ignore social media is to throw away the opportunity to bring more blog traffic to your site. Think about it. Social media is very social – and so are your clients.
Many social media sites allow people to create group accounts. If you already have one, great! If you don’t, I strongly suggest you do, because…
Group accounts allow you to post content that can link directly back to your actual site.
This is huge. And it doesn’t just apply to the groups you create; potentially any group that you’re a part of in that social media site is fair game.
Needless to say, that’s a big deal.
I’d say that Facebook is the best way to start out. It’s straightforward to set up, and you can use groups to paste links to your content.
Remember, it’s about working smarter, not harder.
Give Them Content They’ll Actually Read
So you’ve got a sweet URL and a large clientele base on social media. The final step is to give them something worth reading.
Trust me. There are few things worse than having a bunch of potential clients who don’t want to read your stuff.
The best way to deal with this is to focus on specific issues that your client may have. Don’t start off with something like, “I’m divorced…how about you?”
Instead, try something like, “How to find healing after a divorce,” and create content that follows up.
There are some websites where you can go and learn more about creating an active blog to bring in the clientele you’re looking for.
Time to Amp up the Blog Traffic
Now that you’ve learned everything it takes to build a better blog, why not get started? You’ll be well on your way to more clientele views in no time.
And while you’re at it, why not check out our page for more helpful blog tips? I bet you’ll be glad you did.