When people read your content, they don’t necessarily want to know what you have just written. Instead, they want to know how they can benefit from what you are providing.

Therefore, you should create a “what” statement at the beginning of your content. That statement can be as simple as “Door 3 is at the intersection of Avenue X and Street Y”. This creates two benefits and curiosity about the topic of your content and appeals to people’s “want to know” factor.

By contrast, you creating the “how” statement makes it difficult to fulfill both benefits. People are taken by surprise, and your marketing message gets diluted. Instead, create the “what” statement first and add additional “how” statements as needed. For example, you could make the “Door 3 is at the intersection of Avenue X and Street Y”, followed by “Door 3 has average (or declining) income”, then “Door 3 lives in neighborhood Y”.

You have just created a “call-to-action” statement. This is not something that you should begin until the very end of your content after your reader has become engrossed in your content.

Use the keywords in the title of your blog post. If you’re ever lost or confused about the keywords you’re targeting in your content, all you have to do is look at other blogs in your niche, then look at your own. Take a look at another blogger’s blog to see if you can identify any of the keywords they’re using if you think you’re on the same topic.

If you see that keyword, check if it is something you are targeting or targeting a different keyword. This will help you ensure that your blog posts are targeting the right people.

The keywords you are targeting are “low traffic” keywords. The more targeted the reader, the better for your blog. “High traffic” keywords are acceptable. You should be targeting low-traffic keywords because they are the keywords your target audience searches for when they visit your blog. Your post title should always contain a “low traffic” keyword and then a verb followed by a lower case “i” at the beginning. Example;

1. Look for low traffic keywords, and then a verb, and then the i-style keyword. This creates a title that focuses on a low-traffic keyword and then as a verb.

At least one post each day should have at least one low-traffic keyword in the headline. This makes it very clear to your viewers what your blog’s primary focus is. Also, because your blog’s primary focus is on low-traffic keywords, you’ll likely see a lot of targeted traffic from them. This leads to more visitors and sales.

As a result, there should be more overall traffic and conversions. It should also increase the amount of money in the bank account. To put it another way, if you produce more posts with low-traffic keywords, more people will visit your site, resulting in better results.

2. This is a similar situation to the first. The keyword appears in the post title in the first example, but you make sure it appears throughout the content in the second. Because your post summarizes the first one, it is more focused on the low-traffic term in the second case. As a result, you’ll get a better result.

Therefore, your second post would be titled, ‘How to be more successful at work,’ and would be more focused. As a result, it’s a little longer than your first post and should be able to keep your reader’s attention.

3. Also quite similar to the second example. Although the keyword is in the post title, you ensure that it appears in the first sentence in the third example. Because your blog is about providing information rather than selling things, this is done in the second example. As a result, having more visitors should be easy. To put it another way, your blog should attract more visitors.

That concludes the basics of blogging for money. I hope you enjoy blogging for money!