Building a successful blog can seem like an insurmountable task if you’re not armed with the right mentality. It takes grit, determination, devotion, education and a serious will to succeed.
Having built a successful skiing website from 0-1,000 visitors per day, I’m fully aware of the challenges you will face. Rejection, frustration and extended working hours can be part-and-parcel of the process, but that doesn’t mean it’s not possible to achieve success.
In this article I have listed five rules that I wish I knew when building my first successful blog. I don’t possess a magic formula that will take you from zero to hero in a matter of weeks, but I can give you a glimpse of what to expect by sharing a few nuggets of experience.
HEY HEALTH COACH, CAN YOU CONFIDENTLY TELL PEOPLE WHAT YOU DO?
I’ll be honest, answering that question ‘so what do you do’ took me many years to find just what it is I wanted to say. Finding my professional mantra and really owning it didn’t come easy, in part because Well College Global kept morphing (I’m not complaining though); just as I thought I had what it was I did sussed, things changed up a gear. Nutritionist… educator… author… D all of the above? How can you expect people to sign up for your professional expertise if you can’t articulate it?
To add images or not? To use emoji's or not? To send in the morning or lunchtime or evening ... or not?
Here's a quick infographic of the latest statistics on what's the best to increase your open and click through rates on your email campaigns.
NOTE: you should always be adapting to your buyers and customers.
Ally McDonald-Bull; Wellness Coach