Why I Write to Convert Rather Than Educate
People want to buy, so give them what they want. I used to write to educate; now, I write to sell. The reason I switched is that I wasn't selling anything with the content that I created. I was putting in valuable time without any return on investment. I was having people read my content, but then leaving them no clear direction on what logical next step to take.
So what I did to make a difference, is start writing with the intent to sell, rather than solely educate. What this did is change my psychology on how I put together the article. I was still educating with my content; the only difference is that I was providing education around the product or service I wanted to sell.
Do you see what I'm saying here? Pick a product or service you want to sell from your website, then create helpful, useful, timely, relevant, and engaging content around it that will help influence a person to take the next action of buying it from you.
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