List Building and Making Sales from Blogging

As Internet marketers, we all know that building a list is a must for us to be able to have success. Also we need a list to sell our services or products to. However, most people have no clue on how important blogging is to do just that.

On the Internet we all have a targeted audience we are trying to reach. Better yet, we want to get that traffic to follow us and opt-in to our list… correct? If you don’t have a following, the traffic to your site will be next to nothing and your information or product you want to get out will not be seen or sold.

With all the ways on the Internet to get targeted traffic to your site, I feel that most Internet Marketers don’t take blogging as serious as they should. When blogging is done correctly, it is one of the most powerful tools to get people to opt-in to your list, make sales and get your information out to the people.

Would you agree that advertising is the one thing on the Internet that most people, not all, don’t want to get when surfing the web? Well, with blogs you are advertising your information or product without giving the red flags of advertising. People want information when they are on the Internet. With blogs you give them exactly what they want, targeted information on what they are seeking. However, at the same time you are advertising for your service or product without them realizing you are advertising to them.

This is why more Internet Marketers need to take the blog thing a little more seriously. It works!

With regular advertising, people can’t leave a comment about your product or service. With a blog they can. You can look at this two ways; first, when people leave comments, you get to see firsthand what people think about your product or service. Second, you can use the comments to fix what it is they are not seeing from your words that would make them want to opt-in or buy. You can use the comments to change your wording so more people understand what it is you are offering them. This should lead to and possibly make quicker sales along with building your list. Can you see why blogging should be an important tool to use?

I hope that I have been able to help you see why List Building and Sales from Blogging is a bigger issue than most people think. With that in mind…I hope your blogs brings in the people and sales of your deepest desires.

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  2. Earl Netwal says:

    Blog allow a great deal of freedom. By using them to provide a lot of good content, you can get readers to subscribe and/or come back regularly. This is relationship building which pays off when you do have an offer and a rationale and recommendation to make.
    .-= Earl Netwal´s last blog ..Affiliate Marketing Secrets =-.

  3. Alex Makarski says:

    LJ, when it comes to list building, a blog can solve two major problems: (a) getting “new blood” to your list and (b) building stronger relationships with your existing subscribers. The reason most marketers neglect their blogs is because the reward is delayed. You don’t have the instant gratification of an ad swap. However, the long-term benefits of building an authority blog are undeniable. Thanks for a great article. -Alex
    .-= Alex Makarski´s last blog ..List Building Secrets: Top 10 Easy Ways To Build a “Seed” List – Part 1 =-.

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