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This Is Your Lead Magnet

Lead magnets are one of the best ways to increase subscribers.

Sample Post #3

HELPFUL TIPS
Here is a sample post with a post recipe.
Posts will make up the blog aspect of your site.
Write for your audience and stay on topic within your niche.

Notes:
1. Write content for your audience and be genuine.
2. Have long 1,000+ word count blogs (3,000+ best).
3. Use short digestible paragraphs (<4 sentences).
4. Invite with good titles, try CoSchedule Headline Analyzer.

Post styles:
1. How-To - Tutorials that tells your readers how to do something.
2. Listicle - Posts featuring content presented in a list format.
3. Curated - Posts that curate other content around a theme.
4. Thought Leadership - Posts that make you think.
5. 'What' - Posts that explain a concept.
6. 'Why' - Posts that explain why.
7. FAQ - Posts that adopt a question and answer (Q&A) format.
8. Interview - Posts that feature perspectives of a third party.

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Useful tools:
▶️ Income School - Blogging course...these guys rock!
▶️ Ubersuggest - Free keyword research tool...the one we use.
▶️ Placeit.net - Our favorite site to create logos, images, etc.
▶️ Pexels - Free images, some attribution required.

Here is your opening sentence. You need to exude confidence and ensure the reader that you can help them.

In this second paragraph restate the main question with the answer. Write as if posting on Wikipedia. No fluff words. Get right to the point. This sentence is critical for SEO. Keep it less than 250 characters. [Restate question] + [Answer in bold]

HELPFUL TIPS🚨
Above is a "table of contents" (TOC) block 👆
1. Use when producing long content 3,000+ words.
2. TOCs help with SEO as users are more likely to stay on page.
3. You can easily remove this TOC block if needed.

In this next paragraph, convince the reader you have more to share and encourage them to keep reading.

First Heading

Now get to work! Go more in depth answering the main question for the reader.

Don’t leave the reader with any doubts.

Look at other articles and posts online answering this same question and write the best, most in-depth answer and you will win the SEO battle.

Mix things up using tables, graphs, quotes, lists, etc.

Second Heading

Continue by covering additional aspects of the main topic.

Stay on track and don’t stray to far off topic.

Try to anticipate what the reader’s next question would be on the topic and answer that one too.

Third Heading

Continue by covering additional aspects of the main topic.

Stay on track and don’t stray to far off topic.

Try to anticipate what the reader’s next question would be on the topic and answer that one too.

Related Questions

For your last paragraph be sure to title it “Related Questions”.

Write two to three additional questions and answers related to the main topic of the post.

Keep these Q&A style paragraphs to less than 250 characters each.

We’ve noticed on our own authority sites once we rank for the main topic we also rank for these Q&A paragraphs at the end of the posts.