Tuesday, July 01, 2008

423,000 “Visitors” in 1 Day: How to Write Content that Generates Traffic

This is the second part of the How to Write Content that Generates Traffic series. In the first part, we crammed in two parts. We talked about i) how to define your audience; and ii) how to get inside their heads to figure out what they want. We even talked about ways to get them to tell you what they want. Before you can truly deliver great content, you must understand this first.

423,000 “Visitors” in 1 Day?

Now, we move on to the mechanics of writing content that generates traffic. In this part, we’re going to cover how to penetrate your target market. Hint: Go wide and deep. Read the full article here.

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