There’s a little-known successful marketing formula that you need to check out, understand and use in all the marketing you do. This is a most successful marketing formula and can be used when speaking, advertising, sending direct mail, on your online sites, and more.
It was officially put into writing in 1898 and has been used in almost every industry since.
This formula has proven successful for many, many decades, especially in direct response marketing. When you apply this formula you’ll drive more results with your content writing.
It’s called the AIDA formula. Let me show you how it works…
When you’re trying to get people to click and read your article, post, watch your video, listen to your podcast on any social media site, what you ACTUALLY want to do is tempt their curiosity, activate their sense of need/urgency to take a look now.
That means you really must think about words that sound spammy, or links/words that are clickbait, PLUS the many words that ‘trigger’ what Facebook counts as clickbait.
Especially because Facebook has their ‘WAYS’ of detecting them.
I’m giving you some words that will improve your reach and your engagement. Plus, we’ll take a look at the words that hurt your reach and hurt your engagement…
When you give content that shares your expertise to help your audience feel better, inspired, or help their businesses do better? Facebook algorithms notice and put your posts in newsfeeds to improve your reach and help you be seen more and get more engagement!
Growing a larger audience for your Facebook page is one way to get more people reading your posts and turning into free traffic for your blog.
Facebook is perfect for building your target audience and creating brand awareness because it’s free advertising and promotion for your business. Read more @ https://coachingbusinessentrepreneur.com/free-traffic-to-your-blog
Improvement of your search engine optimization for all of your online platforms offers a more full-blown marketing strategy…
It’s really all about having better knowledge of what your ideal audience, prospects, and search engines are looking for. This is knowing what keywords you’re audience puts into the online and Facebook search bars to find an answer. And that means using long tail keywords. These are words that your audience puts in the search bar to find what they’re looking for.
Then using that knowledge!
Because then you’ll be more search engine friendly. Meaning you’ll be found more easily, more often, and more quickly!Read more →