Thursday, August 11, 2016

Day 4: How To Create Content For Your Store (a healthy guide)

Greeting witches and wizards. If you followed me until now, I guess that you have found your topic to blog about, you created your first blog (Diagon Alley Store) and you have started your owlery.

If not, please follow the Day 1, Day 2 and Day 3 steps, in order to be in the same train to Hogwarts.

In this blog post I will show you some guidelines on how to create content for your incoming readers.

Remember: In life there are NO SECRETS. So stay out of trouble by avoiding Death Eaters that are claiming so.

Here are the requirements you must meet, in order to keep your audience happy, when they arrive at your store:

#1 Write your own words or thougts (this is crucial)

No matter what you do, do not become a copycat of other people's articles or other media type of content.

Make sure that what you write, is written by you, no matter how silly your article might be, be you in it. Your readers will love your uniqueness and genuinity and they will be glad to find out that they can relate with a real person.

You can add photos and videos from others, but make sure that what you WRITE comes from YOU. 

Easy, right?

#2 Stay consistent on your topic

 Bring the fresh into your store, on a dialy or weekly basis, that depends on you. If you feel to write longer blog posts, then you can write at least twice a week, but if you are like me and you like short posts, then a dialy routine, is in order.

Your readers will love you and thank you for your time and effort you put in your work.

#3 Don't get dissapointed

When you first get started, you won't see reactions, comments or any type of feedback from the beginning. That is because you are new and people don't know how great you are. You will prove them on the long run.

#4 Don't quit

That is what many of us do. We start enthusiastic, excited and consistent for a FEW DAYS. Then we start to slack off day after day by procrastinating, ending up with a big QUIT.

Make sure that you create something every now and then, no matter how small it is. It's your passion though, so stay on track.

#5 Help your readers understand you

React to the feedback that you are getting from your readers. Answer to their comments and questions. Ask them what they like about you and what they don't like. Keep in touch with them via yout owls.

And that's it my magical friends. Make sure that you like, share and comment on my content.

In the next post I will show you "How to start your affiliate program for your store" so stay tuned and I hear from you soon.

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