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SFP Ep 44 – Building An Authority Content Blog

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Building An Authority Content Blog

What are you going to do to win the game long term? In this episode, JD and Greg discuss the best way to building an authority blog to help build you list, in addition to paid traffic ads. This is going to be an interesting episode for those people who recognize the value of blogging, but perhaps aren’t sure how to get started or how to have cut through in a now competitive area. Don’t miss this episode!

In This Episode You’ll Discover:

  • The latest marketing projects the hosts have been working on
  • How to effectively use paid traffic
  • Backing up authority blogging with paid traffic
  • The benefits of amplifying content
  • Content and commerce model
  • Examples of content and commerce
  • The most effective way to build a big authority blog
  • What blog length is ideal?
  • Comparison of short blog post everyday versus quality blog post once a week
  • The importance of good quality content

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