Expert Q&A: Get more customers from your blog

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We held a Q&A on Twitter with Amanda Webb and Joanne Dewberry. They answered questions on how you can get customers from your blogs.

Take a look at the conversation below;

@DH_Inbound @sageuk it’s really dependent on your business. Be consistent, at least once a month and over 300 words is a good start

– Amanda Webb (@Spiderworking) 21 September 2016

@DH_Inbound @sageuk Realistically once wk or even once a mth. Its more what you do with the content than how often it goes out #SageAdvice

– Joanne Dewberry (@CharlieMoos) 21 September 2016

@J_OvingtonSage basic content plan. How often you post? What you write about? Think topical, seasonal and relevant to your genre #SageAdvice

– Joanne Dewberry (@CharlieMoos) 21 September 2016

A3 Look at repurposing content from your blog. Could you take images and make a Slideshare like this one https://t.co/TucFKaY1q5 #sageadvice https://t.co/fMRPL5Gpr6

– Amanda Webb (@Spiderworking) 21 September 2016

@BryanJCollins @sageuk so for #craftbiz posts I end with a #craftchecklist that they get free when they sign up #SageADvice

– Joanne Dewberry (@CharlieMoos) 21 September 2016

@BryanJCollins made me expert in that area of smallbiz #mumsinbiz #craftbiz I’ve written expert slots for magazines & speaking #SageAdvice

– Joanne Dewberry (@CharlieMoos) 21 September 2016

If you have a lead incentive, like an eBook, make sure it’s answering an important question for your readers. #sageadvice https://t.co/wLOaPdxpXA

– Amanda Webb (@Spiderworking) 21 September 2016

Google analytics is THE best thing in the world ever for this. But be prepared to spend at least an hour a month analysing #sageadvice https://t.co/DrGsxdoVqP

– Amanda Webb (@Spiderworking) 21 September 2016

@MeganRoboSage Your audience will be your ideal customer. Who are you looking to connect with, reach, sell service/products too? #SageAdvice

– Joanne Dewberry (@CharlieMoos) 21 September 2016

@MeganRoboSage We all know our ideal customer hangs out at different places which is why social media isn’t one size fits all. #SageAdvice

– Joanne Dewberry (@CharlieMoos) 21 September 2016

@sageuk You need a way to capture data. Your money lies within your data. Being able to send people newsletters, updates, offers #SageAdvice

– Joanne Dewberry (@CharlieMoos) 21 September 2016

A9 If you want to turn readers into customers you also NEED to have something they want #SageAdvice

– Joanne Dewberry (@CharlieMoos) 21 September 2016

 

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