You can have a beautiful looking blog wiith lots of traffic BUT unless it’s the RIGHT traffic it’s not going to turn into sales and passive income! … Read MoreRead More
To blog consistently is no harder than eating healthy meals consistently or exercising consistently – basically, it’s hard, very hard.
And it’s not gonna happen without fail.
If you’re wondering how to blog consistently in spite of this I have 6 simple steps for you to build a consistent blogging habit…Read More
Want to learn how to start a coaching blog that gets you clients from your website? Swipe my proven step-by-step method… READ MORERead More
Thinking you might need a blogging coach? This article will help you clarify whether you do and what you might need help with.
There are many reasons why people pick a blog coach, but the main reason is that something is not working. If you have a blog and aren’t sure why it’s not giving back, try to understand which of these you might need help with.Read More
It may sound like there’s the holy grail of writing habits, and some blog coaches want you to think just that. But in truth, the right writing habit varies as much as our routines, family lives, work structure, and natural rhythms.
To find the right writing practice for you, you must get insight into what actually makes it work. You need to follow a process of discovery…
If you have or are creating a coaching practice you probably already know how important it is to build a great reputation. Starting a successful coaching blog for your coaching business will help you achieve this. You can create high-quality content in the form of a blog post, a video, or a podcast, and the best place to host this is your website.
Sure you’ll need to share it on social media, but social visibility is fleeting, and placing your content on your website will help you get leads from Google search without creating more content.
Here are 8 things to keep in mind if you want to start a blog for a successful coaching business:Read More
Many successful coaches such as Denise Duffield Thomas and Marie Forleo attribute part of their success to blogging. Both say it was really important in the first years of their online coaching business. A coach blog is key to start the momentum your coaching business needs.
How does a coach blog help?
A coach blog helps you achieve the first results you need to take your coaching business from zero to success in the first 2 – 3 years.
It helps you achieve all those micro-goals that you need to get your business off the ground:
1. To get your discovery calls booked
2. To build authority
3. To easily feed ideas and content for your social media channels
The key to this first stage is to become known and start to grow an audience of people who know who you are and what you do. They also need to be the type of people that would potentially need your services: your ideal clients.Read More
Whether your coach blog is new or not, this process is going to help you create a strong blog that is ready to rank the hell out of every post you publish.
But it’s not just about ranking – it’s also about serving your audience, positioning yourself as an authority in your industry and harvesting that traffic a.k.a turning that visitors into leads and wonga.Read More
As coaches we cannot afford to have websites that sit still and do nothing for us. Your website is the core showpiece of your expertise. Without it people won’t understand why and how you’re an expert at what you do.
In fact this should be the first and foremost goal of your website…Read More
There is so much advice out there about being consistent with your blog content strategy.
But productivity tips don’t often work for creative work.
Writing blog posts and creating social media content is creative work.
You can’t just put the creative tap on when the time-slot is up. So, what can you do to follow a plan and still manage to stick to some level of productivity even though sometimes your creativity just doesn’t flow?
Here are 3 tips that will help you stick to that content plan:
Many entrepreneurs start blogging thinking it’s going to bring them lots of blog traffic and business, just because they write stuff. Here’s the truth…Read More