Lessons on Website Content Writing From Adsense & Blogs
Most professional webmasters will tell you that if you want to make money from Google’s Adsense program, create website content and articles for your site that fail to deliver answers. Makes sense when you think about it; if the content doesn’t answer questions, people will keep searching for those answers.
If, on the other hand, you wish to sell your own goods and services, your content must answer their first question and raise a second one. By raising a second question, you can attempt to lead a site visitor to complete a particular action. In most cases, that desired action is to either make a purchase or contact you for further information.
Most blogging software does this automatically. On virtually any blog entry will be the not-so-subtle suggestion to see what else the blog owner has written. If the first entry encountered is worthwhile, chances are good that a site visitor will decide to explore the blog further.
When it comes to creating website content for a business website, every page should be subtly driving site visitors to a “Buy It Now” button or contact form. Every page should build upon the others. Every page should either be selling outright or supporting the sale.
Take the articles on this site. While they don’t scream, “Hey you, hire Michele to write for you,” they were all written to share useful information as well as help identify me as professional writer.
Creating website content has always been effective for search engine optimization. Providing answers may not be a good idea for Adsense but it is an effective way to establish trust and credibility. Sure, you will be giving away advice for free. But, in the long run, most clients are looking for someone who can answer their questions.
Create more chances for potential customers to find you. Build trust by sharing your knowledge and answering questions. Just don’t forget to make the sale while you are doing it.