This is how I get insights about you and my audience again. And get to know it better. Conclusion Copyblogger's Brian Clark would mess with any writer in the world. And if he knew the audience better, then he would finish her or him. I am convinced of that. Because when you speak the language of your audience, there is no jargon or hype in your marketing. Then your marketing becomes easy. Your marketing becomes real. You have been given two ears and one mouth. So that you can listen and speak. So listen carefully to your audience, but don't forget to speak.
If you know your audience, then you know their problems, desires and hopes. And then you can deal with it properly. And most importantly... then you see the world through their lens. Through her glasses. you understand her Do you know any other ways to better understand your audience? lessons I learned in 1.5 years as a blogger Israel phone number list Vladislav Melnik BY VLADISLAV MELNIK 60 COMMENTS It's December 27th, 2013. Exactly 4 days before New Year's Eve. The contemplative Christmas days are over... and now I'm happy to finally be able to work After I finished my yearly planning for the coming year, I sat back in my black IKEA chair... and reviewed my last 1.5 years of blogging in my mind's eye. And just like my " previous article ", here are a few key figures for you.
This will give you a better understanding of the development: With only 51 awesome articles, I have... over 10,432 visitors per month, and… over 1,056 email subscribers, and… over 1,954 comments, and… over 1,682 backlinks …receive. And I realized that I really learned a lot. More specifically, these 13 lessons. 1. I have dealt intensively with the topic of advertising copy . I have read a lot of books and laboriously worked through some courses. In fact, copywriting is so important that I made it the main topic of my monkey blog. Copywriting is simply critical.