You have done all the hard work. You are publishing your crafts in popular ezines. You leave a signature link at the bottom in the hope to see it open the doors to your website.
Sure it does. But does it satisfy you? Think for yourself, just how many of readers hit that link and spent a while on your site?
Take a look at this. There is no standard percentage for readers to visitors conversion, so to speak. Surely many are converting more than 10-12% of readers from all their postings at all and sundry article publishers!!
[b]So then, How do I do it[/b]
Just follow their technique and you will begin to see results. After the article heading and title (of course the keywords matter too), what casts entices the readers to take the invitation is your presentation skills. I have studied countless articles and specific articles from certain writers. They all have a similar technique. Mind you, this is not to say they have a common style.
All articles have the capacity to floor the readers in the first paragraph itself. It intrigues them. It hits them where it matters most.
Once you hooked the readers, they feel like wanting to read more. Give a couple more of paragraphs enough to pacify further before concluding the article tantalizingly.
[b]Hold a minute![/b]
You can't stop the article half way through, unless you added a suffix to your title that it is part -X of your series of articles on the same title.
What you can do is, just give a glimpse of what you can give them beyond this one article. Reader must understand that you are capable of many more things than you have shown. They will get confident about you and this is when they decide to click on your link sidelining other priorities.
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