You have a unique Sparkle of Visibility, use that to generate traffic to your blog.
Today we are ending the series on what all is included in a BLOG.
This is where we generate your visibility and product traffic in leads and sales for your site. I am sharing this to give you some ideas to help you sparkle brighter than others so your readers will keep following and then share it with others.
I have a list of things to keep in mind and certain aspects you can adopt to help with this traffic flow. But first I have a couple of articles to share, that will help with your mind flow when you are producing your visibility products.
A Glimpse Inside The Secretive World Of Human Cannonballs
I came across this article when I was looking for visibility examples and thought “wow” now that is something that can attract attention.
Think about how you can be different and collect trade secrets to pass on. In this article it tells a story of a girl who wanted something bad enough that she studied and set her vision on her dream.
Another thing that caught my eye was that “You can’t wear a seat-belt”. That is so true on her profession, but also in a home based business.
When you are generating your visibility you need to let yourself go, you need to be out there in the front with all stops taken away. You need to pull up the stops and calculate where you want to land.
Do Your Math and Plan.
MH370 search discovers uncharted shipwreck
The hunt for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 has discovered an uncharted shipwreck in the southern Indian Ocean.
Peter Foley, who heads the search team, said the find was “fascinating… But it’s not what we’re looking for”.
MH370 vanished last year en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board.
No trace has been found and there is no explanation for its disappearance. Search teams have been focusing on a 60,000 sq km (23,000 sq mile) area off the coast of Western Australia, where it is believed to have crashed.
The shipwreck was discovered when sonar equipment detected a cluster of objects almost 4km (2.5 miles) under the sea.
This can show all of us that when you go searching and generating visibility points as you go, you might find another missing part of what can help you or give you a whole new direction that is even better.