Writing content for your website or blog is one of the major parts of affiliate marketing
Writing content for your website or blog is one of the major parts of affiliate marketing. This is where your creativity, your ability to persuade, your inputs on the product you are advertising comes in. While writing comes easy for some, this part is the most time-consuming phase of our marketing experience.
Well, if you’re going to write a lot, then better make it worth the effort, right? Writing content that people aren’t interested in is just a waste of time and energy, and so here are nine ideas for you to make your content more engaging for your audience.
> Structure the article well
The way your article looks from the outset is a crucial determiner of if people read the whole thing or not. Long paragraphs that drone on and remind people of research articles are a big no-no: there is no limit on the number of paragraphs you use, so make them as short and meaningful as possible. Use language that is easy to connect with and understand, be as friendly and informal as you can with your readers: all these are small tips that go a long way in making your content better.
start=”2″> Add data/stats
More than words, it is numbers and graphs that catch people’s eyes quickly. As they can be created and put up quickly, they also save you a lot of time, time which can be used on the other aspects of your article. Adding a graph or a table makes sense also because they are compact and look smart. They can quickly sum up the statistical impact of a statement that would’ve otherwise looked untidy and unnecessary as a paragraph.
start=”3″> Place your anchor texts well
Using your links anywhere on the article is not ideal if you are aiming at getting more people to click on them. For example, using it in the first line is never a good idea as people’s attention is not completely with you then, and neither is the last line as you don’t know if everyone would be reading every line of the post. Place them well, and make sure the context matches the product.
start=”4″> Proofread multiple times
Confession: I used to be proud of my writing skills too. Proud enough to not go over it a second time believing that I would not have made mistakes. Don’t make this mistake, always proofread your content. Not just a quick go-over to make sure you are satisfied with it, but read it as a reader would. Go over all your points slowly, ensure all your points are coherent and contextual.
start=”5″> Concentrate on one product
While working on creating content for one particular product, ensure that your ideas and plans for other programs that you may have signed up for do not interfere with it. To ensure that this doesn’t […]