Just like the fable of the Tortoise and the Hare, building sustainable blog traffic doesn't happen fast.
If you are serious about attracting more traffic you need a long-game strategy that doesn't cost a fortune or require lots of time.
There’s a better way - a proven long-game strategy.
In this free webinar, SOS CEO, Hugh Culver will show you how to attract thousands of new prospects to your blog without expensive advertising or learning complicated new software.
Here's what you'll discover:
Why a lot of traffic building schemes don't work
How to apply the long-game broadcasting strategy to your blog
Common mistakes bloggers are making that is hurting business
5 top converting blog topics you'll want to put on your calendar
The research presented in this free webinar is based on publishing over 1 million posts for SOS clients. SOS is a Canadian company that provides daily promotion for businesses with blogs.
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ABOUT HUGH CULVER
Hugh is founder of Get SOS social media promotion service for bloggers, the BOSS speaker training school, author of Give Me A Break, and a professional speaker and athlete.
His blog (hughculver.com) is read by over 10,000 people monthly and he has been featured on Entrepreneur on Fire, Art of Charm, Mixergy, Eventual Millionaire, WPCurve, Duct Tape Marketing, Solopreneur, Suitcase Entrepreneur and Beyond the To-Do list.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
“Great webinar, very useful.” Paul Copcutt
"I really enjoyed getting to see the 'behind the scenes' technical tips" Mike Kennedy
"I'm new to blogging and this gives me a perfect starting point." Mary Jones
"Thanks so much Hugh. Amazing value as always on your webinars!" Mary Kruger
STILL NOT SURE?
I get it. If you've ever been on webinars before and it's all one big sales pitch it can turn you off. My goal is to give you valuable advice that comes from building my own blog, making mistakes, and getting better. Advice that can save you time, frustration, and even money.
What have you got to lose? Get registered, check me out. If you think I'm a complete goof, hang up and go back to your work. But, if you think I have something to offer, get out your pen and start making changes. I'm here to help.