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No Blog Traffic? Here’s a Simple Strategy to Seduce Readers and Win Clients

We all know that blogging is hard work, but what should you do when your efforts don’t seem to pay off?

Should you cross your fingers and keep plugging away? Hope that your readership will snowball? Pray that business inquiries will soon flood your inbox?

You need a new blog strategy, not wishful thinking.

When your blog isn’t doing as well as you’d like, don’t simply step up your efforts. Don’t keep slaving away.

Instead, take a step back and review what you’ve done so far. Do you have the right building blocks in place to seduce readers and win clients?

If you want to create a simple blog plan that will help you win more readers, fans, and clients, answer the five critical questions in tomorrow's post by +Henneke Duistermaat.

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Loved i! Your blog could stand in for helping anyone sell anything!
+Henneke Duistermaat I love that you talk about writing for one fan. I completely agree.  My best writing is when I'm writing for one person.  When I start writing for the masses or, even worse, with no reader in mind, my writing is vague and boring.  Knowing my one fan keeps me on track.

Thank you. And like others have said, your posts are always great.  Now I'm off to write my 30 post ideas!
Perfect timing Henneke . . . how did you know I was struggling with getting some readers for my blog! I think I need to print this out and go step by step . . .Thanks for the beautifully laid out plan for me to follow!
S Nomzi
Very very helpful for new bloggers like me!
Thanks for these resources and ideas. I am going to start defining my number one fan right now!
I am going to use this for both my personal blog AND my company blog. Thank you for this! 
Great article. I need to define my audience, that's clear. Writing for writing's sake isn't enough. It needs to be information that people need, even before they know they need it. Like this blog post :)
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