So much to chat about this week! Siege Media had me taking copious notes, as did Ramsay’s case study on conversions. The Middle Finger Project gave me an aha moment (and made me laugh!), and Copyblogger gave me something to aim for.
Plenty in this roundup today, so I hope there’s something in it for you!
How to Increase Website Traffic by 250K Monthly Visits | Siege Media
The folks at Siege Media have increased the traffic of three of their clients using this formula – it’s a lot of work so be warned! It’s not a tweak-and-watch-the-traffic-roll-in sort of thing.
Food Photography Tips from Top Food Bloggers | Foodies 100
More for beginners, but still useful!
How to Use Pinterest For Marketing | CoSchedule
Put those pretty pictures to good use over on Pinterest, and help drive traffic to your site.
Help! My Elevator Pitch is Falling (Seriously) Flat Chested | The Middle Finger Project
Man, I suck at creating an elevator pitch for my blog and what I do. I’m totally taking Ash’s advice on this one – it’s genius!
I particularly like the Adapt and Adopt section – it gives me hope!
What kind of content are you producing? Is it adaptive? Or is that kind of content a step too far for where you are right now?
It appears not many people do – but it’s super useful. I hope it gets rolled out across all users.
Ramsay’s case study into what the blog Born Fitness is doing to drive up conversions. Verrrry interesting.
Very uncool! Make sure you check and see if you have this plugin – and while you’re there, clean up the plugins you do have.
How to Stir Up Reader Interest by Dishing Out Your Ideas | Rainmaker.fm
Pamela Wilson and Jeff Goins have a chat about what it takes to build a successful book launch. If writing a book or ebook is on your to-do list this year, take a listen.
Have a great weekend!
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