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8 Ways to Get More Eyes on Your Content


8 Tips Will Help You Immediately Grab the Average Person's Attention.

So you dedicated countless hours to your most recent blog post, and nobody bothered even to tweet it.
or share it on Facebook.
Or you recently pieced together over a dozen articles, and your feedback is nowhere to be found.
The average person's attention span has decreased consistently for so long that it is now harder than ever to capture a person's attention.

The following tips will help you immediately grab the average person's attention.
1. Completely erase the memories of writing essays in your honors English class and write as people
speak. This might present some difficulty at first but read it out loud. It should be relatively direct and
concise as opposed to odd or ambiguous.
2. Break up your writing. You have at one point or another read a simple message that managed to
engulf an entire page even though it was only 5 or 6 sentences. You certainly could see it, and that is
probably what inspired you to read it.
Don’t forget to hit the enter key often to make what you write more readable.
3. Use subheadings. The typical person will scan what they are reading, and subheadings are usually
the quick hook that encourages them to stop scanning and actually read the article. This is why you
must include them in both your blog posts and articles.
Unsure what a subheading is?
It is essentially a mini headline that sits inside your article and gives the reader insight into the finer
points of your article or blog post.
4. Make your important points bold. The darker color will immediately stick out to the eyes of the
reader and lead to them reading the entire sentence or in some instances the entire paragraph.
5.Use photos. They say “a picture is worth a thousand words,” however the average person will shy
away from a couple of consecutive sentences, which is why photos are so familiar in today’s articles.
You can take it one step further by including a face in a picture. Individuals are more likely to analyze a
face for longer periods of time.
6. Caption your photos. You may find it hard to believe, but the photo caption is the second most-read
copy on a page. It is a good idea to use more than just a word or two simply because gathering a
person's interest within a nutshell is perhaps one of the hardest things to do when it comes to writing.
Feel free to use two or three lines.
7. Incorporate numbered lists and bullets. Eventually, everyone found out that the bullet points included
in a typical sales letter were being read more than the actual content of the letter, which is why bullet
points are now a requisite in virtually all sales letters.
8. Use links. Make sure to link to other articles you have published on your website (internal links) and
link to the research that you utilized for that particular article (external links). The internal links will
keep your readers on your site for longer periods of time, while the external links will show your


Final Words

I hope that this special report helps you get on the path towards
ongoing success . The key is to stay consistent. Look for ways to drive traffic to your squeeze pages,power up your mailing list account with in-demand freebies,
useful content and autoresponders that nurture engagement. Keep tabs on upcoming product launches, keeping in mind that heavy promotions on the first and last day of a launch will typically yield the best results.
In fact, over 25% of all sales are usually made on day one with the
remainder taking place on the final day.
Always be on the lookout for ways to spread your squeeze page
links around. Share them on every social media platform you can,
incorporate them into blog posts, and try to be as active on
external sites as you are on your own.
Utilize guest blogging, blog commenting and forum marketing to
your advantage. Remember, the more active you are across
multiple platforms, the more exposure you’ll receive.
Affiliate marketing is a numbers game. You want to try as many
different things as possible until you find what works for you.
Your primary focus should always be on continuing to build your
lists. The more segmented, targeted and active your lists are, the
more money you’ll make.
We’ve covered a lot in this article I hope that you have a clear objective in mind and that you now take action to make it happen. You can do this!
To your success!

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