Maximise Your Blog Lead Generation

Here’s an article on Entrepreneur.com, a ten step check-list that will help you to maximise your blogs lead generation capabilities, these ten suggestions really should all be implemented as a foundation to build upon. The aim is to increase your blogs visibility, extend your reach and therefore maximise your blogs lead generation potential. I will expand on each one of these points in detail in later posts and articles to help everyone to get the most out of their blogs performance, building on this foundation more advanced strategies taking your efforts to the next level of performance.

“Blogs are a great way to increase your digital presence, making you more visible and “findable” via Google, Bing and the like. They can also be a great way to generate leads. Your blog can function as a kind of triage for your sales team, fielding and answering questions organically via the content you produce there. However, it can perform that function only if you effectively create momentum with visitors who are likely to buy, turning them from mere passersby into something more.” ~ Ann Handley #Quote

Source: Entrepreneur.com Article: 10 Ways to Turn Your Blog into a Lead Generation Machine ~ Ann Handley

Comments

  1. Hi Martyn, thanks for the 10 helpful suggestions. Blogging can be a very good lead generation tool only if used and implemented correctly. Keep us posted!

  2. Great share on lead generation through blogging. Still, it is not the only method for generating sales leads. Take for instance the pay per lead telemarketing program.

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