How To Create an Effective Visual Marketing Strategy For Your Blog

Visual content is a powerful tool: Visuals attract attention, engage, get shared, and keep your brand memorable.

But more importantly, visual content is a versatile one. You can incorporate it into every strategy, from lead generation to conversions, from boosting traffic to brand visibility.

visual strategy

Visuals attract attention, engage, get shared, and keep your brand memorable. But more importantly, visual content is a versatile one. You can incorporate it into every strategy, from lead generation to conversions, from boosting traffic to brand visibility.

Your visual strategy should inform on any marketing effort you make, and strengthen your overall digital assets to solidly increase success.

But what does it mean for you? There is almost no possible way you haven’t at been using visual content already.

But are you getting the most out of it?

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GetResponse vs Mailigen vs Benchmark – The Ultimate Comparison

Email Marketing For Bloggers

email marketing

You must have heard about email marketing in your office, in a meeting, on the internet, and at many other places.

It is said that email marketing is used to enhance business communications and target appropriate audience. And the best parts are that it is cost-effective and easy to reach out to your potential customers.

  • But do you know anything else about it?
  • Do you have any idea how it works?
  • Why is it better to send email than to have an advertisement in the TV, radio, or the newspaper?
  • And why is it crucial for a company to have a complete list of email addresses of its regular and potential customers?

We will discuss!

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Are You Running Your Blog As a Business? Complete This 10 Step Checklist

So you’ve decided that you want to make money with your blog.

In fact, I’m guessing that your goal is to make a monthly recurring income which will make a significant difference in your life.

Am I right?

I’m sure that as one of Sue’s blog readers you’re aware that you need to treat your blog as a ‘business’ and Sue does a great job at advising you on how to profit from your blog with your own products (without feeling cheesy!)

running blog as business

But let’s take one or two steps back for a moment. Let’s take a look at your ‘back office’; your blog set-up and basic business fundamentals.

You see, you need to make sure that these ‘back office’ tasks are put in place because you need your blog to last the long haul, you need it to be sturdy.

You don’t want it to break or fall apart just when you’re starting to earn that monthly residual income you’ve been working so hard to acquire.

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