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5 Strategies B2B Marketers Need to Follow to Improve Productivity

Managing your sales activities for a business is not an easy task, it needs smart strategies to continually work on and analyze. You can use social media, content marketing, SEO, online marketing and different other limitless options to manage and track your sales leads. All you need the right sales management tools, sufficient knowledge and effective strategies at your disposal in order to make the most of your valuable time and other finite resources.  

In this blog, you will find 5 effective practices that will help B2B marketers to efficiently manage time and be more productive. Following these practices, you can get more done efficiently in less time and get the most out of your sales efforts.

1. Establish Achievable Goals

Broad goals are challenging as they rarely let you know what step to take next. For instance, if you are planning to launch your new sales campaign, all you need to brainstorm to generate some amazing ideas and start drafting promotional taglines. But you need to get grittier about your plan, as what you are planning to accomplish and deadline. Starting out with a generic goal is important and then dividing that goal into smaller, manageable tasks can make it easier to achieve it.

If you would like to launch a campaign, you could divide into: brainstorming, drafting taglines for social media, delegating content creation, consulting with your design department for banner creation, and launching the campaign. And then delegate those tasks over time in order to improve your chances of accomplishing the main goal.

2. Organize Your Time

If you want to smartly utilize your valuable time, you first need to carefully organize your time. Most entrepreneurs choose to do this by simply jotting down their daily tasks in a planner or sticky notes. However, there are some more efficient ways to organize your time.

There are some useful productivity apps that can do it for you. Such tools can easily enter tasks according to your plan to work on, then they track how much time you need to complete each task by starting the timer. Once you have completed your task, or decide to take a short break, you can stop the timer.

These productivity tools can update all your activities in real time so you can easily access your reports and data about how you spend your time.

Creating a to-do list is another great option to smartly organize your tasks and stay on top of them. No matter what type of tool you use for staying smart, the main aim is to visualize an overall picture of how you spend your time.

This way you will be able to learn how to smartly allocate your time to accomplish your tasks more efficiently. Moreover, using free task management software is a worthwhile choice that helps you create, access and manage your tasks while on the go, from anywhere, while saving you time.

3. Eliminate Useless Meetings

Meetings are indispensable for collaborating with your team and getting things done, but those meetings that have no real plan or purpose are simply time-wasters. Devising a specific communication system within your team is a worthwhile choice. Opt for an online collaboration tool to communicate with your team members about ideas and concerns in real time in a form of formal meeting. Using an online collaboration system can save your valuable time, while facilitating online business meetings in which you can simply discuss your ideas, concerns and plans of the project.

4. Taking Breaks can Boost Your Productivity

Though it sounds weird, taking breaks can actually take your productivity to a whole new level. If you continuously work and never take any short break to relax your mind, you are likely to feel some burnout and actually get less productive. Therefore, it is very important to schedule regular breaks throughout the day so you can stay fresh and recharge your mind.

5. Getting Started is Key

When it comes to staying more efficient and productive, simply getting started can sometimes be the most difficult, but at least it is worth it than doing nothing. If you are not able to achieve perfection, don’t waste your time, go for good instead. Don’t wait for your business to be perfect, you are capable of doing amazing things. Don’t miss out on doing productive things, do your best.  

Focusing on improving your team’s productivity and making the most of their time can enable your team to bring in a higher number of quality leads. Following these effective strategies can help boost your productivity and will ultimately ensure your company’s success.  

About Saher Naseem

Saher Naseem is a Content Curator and Brand Strategist at TaskQue – an online task management software that simplifies project management process with its user-friendly and powerful features set. She has penned down many articles related to content marketing, social media trends, productivity tips, project management and staying organized. Follow her on Twitter.

How to Grow a Blog With a Full-Time Job

Blogging ain’t easy.

If you’re like me, you don’t have the luxury of spending all day writing, coming up with ideas, networking, and enjoying the benefits of your hard work.

You need to pay the bills. And paying the bills with a blog usually doesn’t happen for a long time.

For me, this means having a steady day job – one that demands my attention for 40 hours a week. During this time, I have other things that need to get done. The rest of my life, including my blog, must be put on the backburner if I want to survive.

So how does one do it? How can you maintain your job and your blog while also trying to have a life?

Your boss needs you to perform. Your audience wants consistently awesome content. Your wife needs you to perform ;).

As you might’ve guessed, the best way I’ve found to juggle the three is better time management and better planning.

Plan out a list of your tasks ahead of time. Be very specific.  

This is something I started doing while making writing a consistent habit. Previously, I’d find myself sitting down to work on my blog, only to mindless check Facebook, Twitter, my email, and end up on the 10th page of Reddit. I finally kicked my bad habit by becoming very clear on what needed to get done.

You can do this by creating what I call a Writing Cycle. Your Writing Cycle is basically a list of the core tasks that you need to successfully grow your blog. Here’s an example of what one might look like:

  • Brainstorm 4 good headlines
  • Create an outline
  • Write an introduction
  • Write out 1 section of your post (repeat until each section is finished)
  • Write a summary/conclusion section with a clear call-to-action
  • Edit your post
  • Reach out to other blogs for guest post opportunities

The Writing Cycle takes away all distractions and narrows your focus on one, simple action to complete.

I’ve found – especially for beginners – making the tasks incredibly small eliminates the friction of starting.

Your list may vary depending on your level of expertise. I personally use a similar Writing Cycle to above and knock out several in one sitting, but I’m always deliberate on which tasks I’m doing. Which leads me to my next point…

Schedule your blog time.

The good thing about having a steady day job is just that – it’s steady. You might not know when you’ll have time to blog during the work day, but you know what your time looks outside of that block. That’s why we’re going to schedule our Writing Cycle activities when we can focus on them 100%.

By scheduling your blog time, you give it a place to live. You also make your actions intentional, which means you’re much more likely to follow through. Take a lesson from habits expert James Clear:

“A study in the British Journal of Health Psychology found that 91% people who planned their intention to exercise by writing down when and where they would exercise each week ended up following through.”

You already have a list of tasks that you could be working on, now you just have to block time off in your calendar for them.

Keep those times and use them only for 100% focused activity.

Make a sub-list of tasks that you might be able to do during the work day.

Not all full-time jobs require a constant stream of work. Sometimes, you get what I call “bonus time” that you can use for your blog.

If the Gods are in your favor on any given day, it’s important to be able to utilize that time to your advantage. My suggestion is to have a list of tasks that you can pull from in case the situation arises. I typically will not write during this time for a couple of reasons:

  1. I’m usually too burnt out from the work day. Without having a relaxation period or a full night’s sleep, my creative juices are depleted. I choose not to write during this extra time because I don’t want to sacrifice the quality of my work for the sake of getting something done.
  1. There’s still a decent chance I’ll be interrupted at work. Just in case I do find myself “in the zone”, I’d rather not risk being interrupted by a co-worker or something urgent from my boss.

What I personally do during this time could be any of the following:

  • Blog and market research. This means getting ideas from other blogs in my niche, writing down new blogs that I find, and jotting down potential articles.
  • Pitching guest posts.
  • Commenting on other blogs.
  • Being active on social media.

These activities are still semi-important to growing a blog, but they aren’t the core tasks that I need 100% of my focus for. This time is considered bonus time anyways, so anything I do is really a win-win.

Write down everything.

If you’re like me, you have this constant stream of ideas swirling around for your blog. If you don’t, read. It helps big time. Anyways, it’s important for me to be able to stay focused on work while I’m at work, but I also need to save those super awesome ideas for blog time. I use Evernote to jot down anything that comes to my mind. Getting it out of my head and onto paper saves myself a lot of headache and missed opportunities.

Don’t dismiss the weekends.

I love the weekends as much as you do, especially after a long week of work. But my blog is important to me. If I want it to grow and thrive, I’ve got to water it each day. This was the biggest struggle for me in the beginning. I didn’t have a consistent habit of writing. Now, even during the weekends, I make time for it.

I enjoy getting up and banging out an article or two before the rest of the world wakes. It makes things easier on me during the week, and I can relax the rest of the day having felt accomplished.

Go forth and conquer.

 So your new Modus Operandi when it comes to your blog is think first, write second. The plan is to:

  • Come up with a list of specific, repeatable actions that you need to do
  • Schedule those actions as blocks of time during your day
  • Have a sub-list of actions handy just in case any spare time arises during the work day
  • Get everything out of your head as much as humanly possible
  • Don’t forget about weekend time

That’s how I do it. It keeps me pretty sane (most of the time). How about you?

About Jason Gutierrez

Jason Gutierrez teaches young professionals and entrepreneurs how to build better habits. He writes at about overcoming fear, making habits stick, and achieving your goals. Sign up for his free newsletter to get practical advice and tips for becoming better, faster, healthier.

13 Effective Strategies to Create an eCommerce that Sells

How to create an eCommerce website that creates conversions and increases product sales?

Keep reading and you will find the answers.

Much of what you need to do is focus on your website usability and communication techniques. In other words, if you can engage with your target audience and ensure a good user experience to your visitors, you will be able to create an eCommerce that produces an enviable return on investment!

Here are 13 tips for building an eCommerce website that makes you money, whatever the type of your business.


1. Identify Your Target Audience

Who are your potential customers? Knowing your potential customers is essential for creating the perfect communication with them.

If you understand the customers in your niche you can predict behavior. This will give you a big competitive advantage over your competitors.

2. Make Navigation Easy

The users of your online shopping website need one thing in particular to conclude their purchases: a simple navigation that takes them straight to the sale in a few clicks.

Don’t make complicated to browse between the pages of your eCommerce.

3. Use High-Resolution Images

Th images of products are essential to conclude the sales.

If the photos of the products have a high resolution, you can showcase each product to its fullest. And then consider that the visitors have an urgent need to see what they are buying.

So, it’s suggested to publish images of products that you can zoom from different angles. This helps increase the conversions.

You can use Photopin to get free images under creative common license.

4. Give a Lot of Information

Here is a rule that is valid in general online: offer as more details as possible about what you are selling and you will see that people will buy more.

Therefore, describe carefully the technical specifications of your products. Write with a lively style, which is able to attract attention and engage potential customers in making the sale.

In other words: leverage the power of copywriting and, in particular, the call to action (see next point).

5. Create Call to Action

Images have much more power than words, you know this.

So why not entering your call to action also in the pictures? In this way, you will transform the images into powerful tools of persuasion.

As a result, your eCommerce site will produce a higher number of conversions.

6. Add Product Videos

Many people like to watch videos on the web. By exploiting this fact, why not making a video explaining how to use each specific product?

Probably, visitors will thank you for becoming customers and pushing up the ROI of your eCommerce.

7. Make Shopping Cart Visible

Make sure your shopping cart is visible to users of your website at any time and on any screen. This is because potential customers can easily check which products are added to it.

Make sure to not put the cart in unusual spots of your eCommerce pages! Users will expect to find it in the upper right corner of each page. Then, put it there.

8. Consider Free Shipping

The shipping costs of an eCommerce constitute a real Achilles heel. If you can choose between doing a discount on the products or ensure a free shipping cost, without hesitation choose the latter option.

Delivering products for free (if this is commercially viable) always increases the sales.

9. Clearly Show Promotions and Discounts

Offering discounts or promotions on products is another good marketing technique.

Be sure to state it clearly, unequivocally. Inform your users as early as the eCommerce’s home page.

In essence, your users need to find these offers. Only in this way, this strategy will help you sell more.

10. Add Your Contacts

The presence of detailed contact information significantly reassures the potential customer. It shows that you have nothing to hide, increasing the level of trust of users towards you.

In short, show your face and earn more!

11. Offer Multiple Payment Options

Make sure the customer can choose how to pay between various payment options.

Not everyone is willing to entrust to a website the data of their credit cards. For example, you can offer PayPal, or wire transfer, or even BitCoin.

12. Create an Advanced Search

The advanced search allows visitors to find any products they want, easily and quickly.

Be sure to add it as a clear option, within the design of your eCommerce.

13. Be simple

Simplicity is the final tip. It could have been, however, the initial one, given its importance.

Being simple is always the best thing when talking about sales, because it avoids any unnecessary cognitive load for your users.

These are my 13 strategies to increase the sales of your eCommerce.

Do you agree with them?

Do you want to add something else?

Please, leave your thoughts in the comments below and don’t forget to share the post if you like it.

About Erik Emanuelli

Hi! I am Erik, traveler, entrepreneur and blogger. I run different websites and I write about several topics. I am passionate about social media creating content on Reviewz'n'Tips blog. While my main blog is about blogging tips.

Kajabi VS Teachable: What is the Best Way to Create and Sell Content Online?

If you are expert about something, then you should think about creating an online course and sell it.

Yes, it may be a profitable way to earn with your knowledge. But the question is: “Which is the tool you should be using”?

In this post, we compare two of the most popular platforms for creating and selling content online: Kajabi vs Teachable.

Let’s see the main features in details, with things in common or what is different in each service.

Building Products


Kajabi offers an integrated system to easily build beautiful online courses, membership sites and training portals. Also, simple file downloads or any other type of digital product you can imagine.

There’s the option of different themes, to let you choose the right fully-customizable theme for each of your products and deliver the most value to your customers. Of course, all of these themes are fully mobile responsive and are beautiful on computers, tablets, and phones.

There’s a powerful video feature powered by Wistia, to let you upload your video content to Kajabi. This way, your users will get a flawless and speedy viewing on any device, anywhere, anytime.

With Teachable the course builder is not so easy to understand. It’s called “Syllabus” and it’s quite unintuitive. You need to invest some time and search around to figure things out.

For example, if you want to add content, you have to click on “new lecture”. Whether you’re adding a lecture, a quiz or a discussion (it’s always called a lecture). This is quite confusing.

Also, Teachable does not offer to drip content, a feature that Kajabi does. With the latter platform, you can increase retention and prevent overwhelm by setting your content to drip out to users on a schedule based on when they bought the product. They will automatically receive an email when new content is released to them.


Kajabi offers everything you need to nurture leads and convert them into sales, as well as customers management.

There’s an integrated landing page builder, which lets you create a beautiful landing page in minutes. Just choose a template, add your text and start sending users to this new page. You can choose among professional templates to find the one that suits your needs and customize it to your liking.

I like also the custom forms feature, that you can use to build forms with custom fields to gather visitor data, in order to understand your audience and get interesting information. You can add them to your landing page, directly on your website or even in your products.

Also Teachable gives you the option to create landing pages, but it does not offer something that Kajabi has: Email Broadcasts.


While with Teachable you need to integrate third-party email provider, with Kajabi it’s built in. You can easily send email broadcasts to your prospects and customers to build relationships and engage with your audience.

Kajabi also offers email analytics, to let you track how your broadcasts are performing by easily seeing which of your messages are getting opened by your audience.

Sales Tools

It’s important to have the option to set up to receive credit card payments from anybody around the world. Both platforms take payments from many different international currencies through Stripe. You can even accept multiple currencies for a single course.

Both Kajabi and Teachable lets you create offers and coupons, like a course for free and a discount by dollar amount, or set expiration dates and create single-use limits.


With both platforms, you can sell your products for a one-time fee, ongoing monthly subscription, installment plan, or given away for free.

With the two providers, you can create your own affiliate program: track partner referrals, sales, and commissions. Your affiliates will have a beautiful dashboard they can log into to get real-time stats about their referrals.

Users Management and Engagement

On the other hand, Kajabi offers a rich membership management feature to help you nurture your existing customers and make them eager to purchase more of your products.

There’s a member dashboard where you can check the list of all the people who have purchased anything from you and easily filter by product to see who has purchased what.

Kajabi also offers a comment moderation system, where you can see all the comments your users have posted throughout your products in one centralized location for easy moderation. You can then answer to your users right on the same screen to make it easy to converse with your customers and engage with them.

Teachable is lacking for not having support for creating discussion or building an online community.


Kajabi also offers an “annoucement” feature, to keep your customers informed about the product by posting announcements. These announcements will also be emailed to your customers to draw them back into the product.


Teachable most basic plan costs $39/mo, but you need to pay attention to the transaction fees (for example, 5% on paid courses and 2.9% + 30¢ on payment processing).

Kajabi basic plan is fixed at $103/mo, but you have 0% transaction fee (which is definitely a plus, if you are making lots of sales). Included, there are 1,000 marketing emails. With Teachable, you need to integrate a third party service, like Mailchimp.


Both offer the landing page, products and website builder tools. But only Kajabi gives you the email marketing and drip content feature.

Increasing with price, you can go “Pro” or “Premium” with Kajabi, or “Professional” and “High volume” with Teachable.

Kajabi VS Teachable: Final Words

Both Kajabi and Teachable offer very interesting features and extremely competitive advantages.

Teachable is great for people who are primarily focused on creating and selling. If you’re an online course creator who wants to engage deeply with your users and have more learning features, Kajabi is the right option for you.

While with both you can easily create products to sell them online via an integrated website, Kajabi really wins when we talk about marketing and sales tools. It offers many different ways to nurture your users.

At the end of the day, you want to make more sales and being able to easily create everything you need for your users. And with Kajabi you will definitely have them.

About Erik Emanuelli

Hi! I am Erik, traveler, entrepreneur and blogger. I run different websites and I write about several topics. I am passionate about social media creating content on Reviewz'n'Tips blog. While my main blog is about blogging tips.

6 Simple Tricks to Boost Your Website Traffic

Gone are the days when visual design determined the success or failure or a website. Today, we all compete for providing better usability and utility. It is because we have all come to realize that the visitor is the one with the mouse who would be the only person to decide whether he wants to click further or not. This has led to focusing on user-centric designs today because if a user is unable to find his way around a feature, then it might as well not exist – such is the power of a user-centric design.

In an attempt to make your website a profit-making business, focusing on the needs of users is imperative. One of the many ways to ensure that you are going in the right direction is website traffic. It acts as the signal of what you are doing right or wrong. Here’s how you can make 7 simple changes in your website design that will boost traffic and make you some new customers.

  • Don’t test users’ patience

Every time you are to offer something to the user, a service or some tool, the requirements for that should be kept to minimal. The less hassle there is to complete an action, the more you will attract new visitors.

Think like a first-time visitor. Would you rather play with the service, or fill out long forms? The former would be the correct answer. So, let them discover a service without forcing them to share any of the private data. Stop forcing the users into sharing an email for the sake of testing a feature or you will lure them away. The idea is to remove the barriers to put up a good first impression and you will be adding up traffic within no time.

  • Hold users’ attention

There are particular aspects of the website that attract more attention than any other element present. For instance, images will grab more attention than just text while bold sentences and catchy headlines will be a real head-turner as against plain text.

If you create patterns out of the visitors’ motions and how they recognize the website, you will understand that videos can be annoying, yes, but from a marketing perspective they are doing a good job in seeking attention. If you make the video about a complicated product, that would be even more so helpful in getting the users from point A to point B, as you continue to answer questions. So, don’t just be a head-turner, be a problem solver to them.

  • Bring features to limelight

Today there are so many websites we stumble upon that guide us through the way with visually appealing 1-2-3-steps. With added visual effect, this user-friendly way is extremely effective.

Doing so requires a great deal of effort in the background. Ensure that your navigation is uncluttered with the use of words that users are familiar with. The idea is to let the user see clearly the functions that are available to him. This is one of the greatest strength of a user interface design.

  • Write a great copy

With an addition of user-centric approach that any top-notch web design company utilize, it has become essential to adapt to the writing style of user’s preferences and their browsing demeanor. If you promote too much, stuff in keywords or use lengthy text blocks, you are sure to lure them away.

So how would you write a great copy that will help in conversions? Just talk like a problem-solver to them or in other words, talk business, but don’t be too technical or promotional about it. Use lucid and objective language, concise phrases and bullets to make the overall content reasonable. This also refer to the Calls to Action buttons. Be straight-forward about what you want the user to do, for instance, use “Sign up” for a registration – nothing fancy, only business.

  • Use white space efficiently

White space is your friend, really. It helps in reducing the cognitive load a great deal and makes the information presented on the screen quite easy to perceive. When a new visitor stumbles upon the website, he tries scanning in an attempt to divide the overall content into digestible pieces of information.

If your website is a complex structure, you will be creating a lot many obstacles for the visitor. So, use whitespace solution by either separating the two design segments by a visible line or if you can then with some whitespace only. It helps in reducing complexities and makes structures hierarchical.

  • Test often

Each web design project should be tested, not too late, not too early, not too little and not for any wrong reasons. It is because there are stakeholders involved, user preferences that matter and elements that may impact the overall design. Top digital marketers who have helped several entrepreneurs up their business prospects are crazy about testing, split testing and some more. It is because they understand that all great sites in the making needs to be tested.

  • Way Forward

Studying the user and their demeanor has become the number one priority today. No compromises here. This is why there is a dire need to tweak websites in ways that appeal to the user. Make these simple changes today and watch your traffic grow.

About Mariya Sabeen

Mariya Sabeen Irshad is a creative writer by passion and a content marketing professional by profession – a tech-savvy who is currently associated with Dubai Monsters, a creative design studio. With an MBA in Marketing, she holds relevant industry experience and writes about digital marketing, mobile applications, web designing tips, career counseling, game development and trending technology news.

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9 Easy Strategies to Build a Better Blog

Every day, many people decide to start a blog with the goal to build a successful business.

But with this huge online competition, it’s requested to work hard, but most of all the right way, to beat rivals and earning a portion of traffic and a good reputation.

If you are among these people and you are looking for ways to improve your website, read on.

Here you find a list of nine tips, that will help you, in different ways, to build a better blog.

1. Choose a Good Theme

You need to get a professional theme. So, the first thing you need to do is to replace the default template.

A blog based on the classical default WordPress theme, certainly does not start in pole position (sure, I have seen a few ones with default themes, but with incredible content).

To get your blog appreciated by your readers, you will need a professional and original theme.

If you have a lot of money to invest, you can hire a graphic designer, who can create a theme based on your personality (this usually costs thousands of dollars).

On the other side, if you want to invest less money, you can choose a premium WordPress theme.

If you have no idea which one to select, you can read this post about WordPress themes to create mobile ready sites.

2. Use Good Colors

I love light colors, and if you pay attention, this is something trending right now on the internet.

In general, I think that you should decide the colors to use in relation to the topics of your site. For example, a blog that deals with nature should use green and brown colors.

Pay attention to not include colors that may bother your readers. Also, avoid any use of flash or too shiny banners.

Put user experience at first and focus on usability.

3. Build a List

“Money is in the list”.

If you want to start an online business or create a blog that can generate money in the future, then you need to build your email list.

There are many providers out there, but I think GetResponse has the most competitive prices. Also, it has so many features included (like the landing page creator, for example).

Running a newsletter helps you build a deeper relationship with your community by sending special emails.

Remember to deliver content with added value, at first. From time to time, send special offers, tailored to your user’s needs.

4. Correct Writing

Your authority, or web reputation, also pass trough an impeccable spelling, grammar and syntax in your articles.

Writing skills also mean knowing how to involve your audience, through a personal and lively prose.

A misspelling post is never enjoyable to read, and always gives the idea of an unprofessional blog. Since it’s easy to make a few errors, it is always suggested, before publication, to review your articles with one of the many software available (I use Grammarly and even the free version really helps).

In essence, your authority on the web depends on the quality of your writing and your style of communication.

Try to make the reading your articles the simplest as possible, use a good font and remember to divide your text into paragraphs.

Keep writing and you will learn how to do it better.

5. Have a Fast Loading Bl0g

One of the most important aspects of building a successful site is the loading speed of its pages. Any high loading time may really bore your visitors.

There are many strategies you can follow to improve the loading speed of your blog, included installing a cache plugin (I use WP Super Cache). It basically caches pages and delivers them without accessing the database, making your site much faster. As you surely know, the loading speed is a factor that Google consider for ranking the web.

I use HostGator and I’m really happy with it. I have a dedicated server with 99,9% uptime during the last months.

6. Use RSS Feeds

It is important to have an active RSS feeds: subscribe to BlogEngage here. The goal is to make clear to visitors that they are on a blog up and running, and to invite them to keep following you.

Some themes have already the RSS Feeds button included, but for some others, you can download your own image and include it in your site. And if you need help finding out the best way to get a logo designed, be sure to read this post.

7. Write Killer Titles

It is important is to give to your articles a catchy title.

Try to include your keywords, both in the article title and inside the post.

Choose a headline that makes your audience definitely want to visit your site and read your content.

8. Mention the Sources

When you find a story or an interesting article on another blog, and you decide to talk about it on your own, it is always good to indicate the source, linking to that specific website.

As well as fairness, this procedure is also useful in terms of visibility: when you link to other blogs, it is easy to receive a visit from those webmasters and may be a link back to your blog.

Be sure to build connections within your niche, which is indeed another very important aspect of building a successful online business.

9. Make Emotional and Personal Connections

When you write new content, try to create an emotional connection, as people react to emotions.

They like to know they are not struggling alone, and that you care about them. Everyone like to feel special.

Touch the emotional part of your readers and they will return, with more possibilities to convert them into loyal subscribers or customers.

You should also get personal. Of course, if you do not want, you do not have to share all the details of your life. Just make sure your visitors know there is a real person behind your website.

Here we go, nine strategies to improve your blog.

Do you have some other tips?

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About Erik Emanuelli

Hi! I am Erik, traveler, entrepreneur and blogger. I run different websites and I write about several topics. I am passionate about social media creating content on Reviewz'n'Tips blog. While my main blog is about blogging tips.

Affiliate Lights: Making Bloggers Money

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My name is Brian and I’m a Graduate of Business Administration Marketing. I work full time in Sales and Marketing. I am also the owner of Blog Engage a social network I created specifically for bloggers.