Sign in to follow this  
Followers 0
markofapproval

How To Know If Your Blog Posts Will Get Read

2 posts in this topic

It's really hard to get your blog post read these days. People seem to be more rushed and only really read what stands out.

Fortunately, there is a tool that can help you scientifically guess whether your blog post headline will get read.

(A headline is what gets them to read the next part.)

You can find it here by CoSchedule which is a company that makes tools for people like us. https://coschedule.com/headline-analyzer

I decided to give it a go. And it does require you to sign up.

Here's the term I used: How To Build Your Website In Only One Weekend

My results were:

coschedule-headline-results.png

 

coschedule-headline-results-b.png

 

This was only an "off the cuff" headline. There are lots of headline formulas out there. There are also power words that make your headline more emotional. I'll flick a reply shortly with some resources on how you can improve your headline writing using emotional words and formulas.

 

So why is content important and why don't we go directly for the sign up or consultation session?

Content follows the natural progression of a marketing relationship. It is called the engage stage.

This gives people a way to learn more about you and your expertise before they take action. It's akin to a handshake and a starter conversation.

But we have to get the content read in the first place.

Hope this helps!

 

P.S. My takeaway from learning this week is that a headline is a promise that we must deliver in.

1 person likes this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Wow awesome resource for us thanks Mark! I agree the headline is very important to even getting the reader to read your content. I've been doing some split testing in Active Campaign with some of my headlines which is kind of cool. Active Campaign allows you to test different headlines and the winner with the most clicks after a specified period of sends to the rest (usually I do 10% for each headline and after that send the rest of the emails out to the leftover 80% of people). 

1 person likes this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!


Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.


Sign In Now
Sign in to follow this  
Followers 0

  • Want to Become a VA?
    Invest in The VAC!
    How Do YOU Startup A



    Are You a VAinsider?
    Virtual Assistant Organization Association
    Upgrade Your FREE Account & Receive Today...
    * Access to Our Job Board *
    * VA Training Webinars*
    * Group Coaching *
    * Monthly MotiVAtor *
    * Private Mastermind Area *
    * Business Templates *
    * Contracts & Forms*
    *System Sheets & eBooks *
    * Seminar Archives *
    * Plus VAinsider Perks! *
    UPGRADE HERE


    Virtual Assistant Organization Association

    Virtual Assistant Organization Association



















    HootSuite - Social Media Dashboard

    Affordable online backup for your small business

    Virtual Assistant Organization Association

    Click to see your AD here!


    Cool Virtual Assistant of the month!

    Get Your FREE VA
    Member Button Here!