Tom Pratt - 1st January 2021
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Write your content here. Keep in mind to communicate engaging information to attract visitors but also link your content to influence a sale from your store. If your blog content is relevant to prospects’ and customers’ needs before and after purchase and your products deliver on their promise, you can convert your blog into a sales machine.
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Content. Provide useful, educational and entertaining content. Present information based on your product offering and customers’ problems or needs.
Context. While your end goal is to sell, consider the context of your blog posts. Here, you’re a tour guide through Lifestyling Kitchen's offering. Show readers how to be inspired by Lifestyling Kitchen's products.
Commerce. Once you’ve given your readers useful information in a meaningful setting, they may be interested in actually making a purchase! Help your reader to become a customer by showing them how to find specific products, don't leave it up to them to track it down.
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To make your blog an effective sales machine, integrate your product into your content in a way that doesn’t scream BUY, BUY, BUY. Here are five steps to provide relevant information and eye-catching information to engage and inspire readers and help convert blog posts to purchases.
Provide useful, relevant information. Add a paragraph here if you wish.
Showing making procedure is a good way to guarantee product quality
Include a variety of different forms of content. Photographs and videos are particularly important because readers tend to be visual and want to see your product in action.
Make it easy to buy by eliminating stumbling blocks to purchase. Don’t assume customers know which item you’re talking about in your post. Provide a link directly to the product page (as I have done above for the slow cooker meals) or just link the product to your blog so they can buy if they want. If it relevant give readers more than one way to get to the product.