Almost every time I build a new site for a business, I get the question, “Would having a blog help my website’s SEO?” The quick answer is, “Yes.” The long answer is “Yes, if it matters.”
Matters? Matters to whom?
Matters to those you’re trying to reach, your audience, your potential customers, your potential readers. If you provide useful, relevant, and regularly renewed content, chances are your blog will matter to those who matter to you. If you’re hungry for new clients, ready to make the leap from a site where visitor growth has been stagnant, but just aren’t sure how to get there, you might be ready for some help.
Corbett Barr just yesterday launched a 90-day, action-packed online course called, “How to Start a Blog that Matters.” Here’s a bit more about the course.
- This course contains 13 weekly lessons to guide you through starting a blog that matters over 90 days.
- You’ll start with choosing a great topic and setting up your blog and end with building your audience and spreading your influence.
- Each of the 13 lessons contains a specific action plan for you to follow each week. This isn’t just about learning, it’s about doing.
- The lessons are a combination of text, checklists and video. The course contains over 8 hours of video and 30,000 words of blog-building knowledge and advice.
Here’s a bit more from Corbett:
This course is based on the exact strategies I use when helping my one-on-one consulting clients start blogs. These clients pay between $6k and $10k to work with me. I’ve captured my proven blog building framework here so you can get the benefits of working with me, without the cost of one-on-one consulting.
I’ve taken courses from Corbett and I can’t say enough good about them. He’s transparent, doesn’t have tricks up his sleeve, and genuinely wants to help you succeed. If you follow his course and give it your best shot, chances are good that you will succeed, but it’s up to you to start. He even has a guarantee, see at the top of the page of How to Start a Blog that Matters.
Let me know if you sign up, I’d love to hear how it goes. But ever there were a time to pull the ripcord and get started with that blog you have been itching to do, doesn’t get much better than now.