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Make Money Case Study: How I Made $3,439 in 12 Days with One Ebook

Here is the truth about content marketing:

Creating great content on a consistent basis will not make you money.

You probably know some bloggers who have done this ‘Write-and-Wait’ approach and failed. It just simply doesn’t work that way.

If you are serious about making money from your content, you need to do more than write and wait.

You have to create content that your customer want, promote the content and sell a product or service at the right moment.

Today, I am going to show you a system that helped me make $3,439 in as little as 12 days… And I did this without a list, traffic and backlinks.

The Boost Blogger Content System: The 4-Figure Content Marketing Method

I started the Boost Blogger System with no list, no existing traffic and no backlinks.

On April 19th, I sold a mini-course on my client’s blog entitled “CPA Express”.

After executing the Boost Blogger Content System, I was able to make this many sales in 24 hours.

More importantly, traffic in my website increased by a whopping 63%

The best part?

You can do the same thing for your business even if you have not made a cent online. I’ll take you through the entire 3-step content marketing process.

The 3-Step Boost Blogger Content System to Get Targeted Traffic and Sales

There are 4 steps to the Boost Blogger System.

Here’s why the system works so well.

Unlike the traditional content marketing strategy that compels you to write as much content as you can (Who wants to do that anyway?), this strategy only teaches you to write a few targeted pieces that are designed to convert your visitors into buyers.

The system also includes an automated promotion system so that you can set-and-forget your promotion as you focus more on content.

Then, it will also teach you the perfect time to sell your product or service to get maximum returns.

So what do you say?

Now: The Boost Blogger Content System is just one part of the whole Boost Blogger System. This only covers the content part. I cover the whole system in my mini-course: the Boost Blogger System.

Step 1: Map Your Customer’s Quest for a Solution to their Problem

Customers go through 4 different stages: (1) Problematic Stage, (2) Solution-Oriented Stage, (3) Research Stage and (4) Best Solution Stage.

STAGE 1: Problematic Stage

In the Problematic Stage, the customer goes through the pain of the problem. This is when he experiences the problem but doesn’t know how to solve it.

For example, this can be a woman who is recently broken-hearted because her boyfriend broke up with her. She knows that she has a problem but she is still wallowing in the pain and not looking for a solution.

STAGE 3: Research Stage

At the research stage, the woman vows to search for a solution to her problem. She does this by going on search engines to look for ways on how to overcome her depression. This is the stage where content marketers can come in and provide solutions.

STAGE 2: Solution-Oriented Stage

In the Solution-Oriented stage, there is acceptance of the problem and the disposition to find a solution.

If we go back to our example, the woman will now be ready to move on at this stage. She knows that she is broken-hearted but she doesn’t want to wallow in the pain anymore. She now resolves to find a solution to her pain but she is still not doing the search.

STAGE 4: Best Solution Stage

At the Best Solution Stage, the woman would have searched for all the possible solutions to her problem. This can include talking to a friend, seeking a therapist or simply going outside to do something new. This is the stage where the woman will decide on the solution that is best for her.

This is the stage when products or services are best promoted. It is at this stage that prospects are most willing to spend on products or services that can help them with their problems.

What stage is your customer in? Are you providing the right content?

It is important to map your customer’s quest for a solution so that you can come in with the right content at the right time. This way, they will be more likely to buy from you.

Step 2: Provide Content for Each Stage

Now that you know the different stages that a customer goes through, it is time to know the types of content for each stage. Here are some examples of content that are relevant for each stage.

STAGE 1: Problematic Stage

The problematic stage is emphasized if you relate with your customer’s pain. You can do this by simply having an introduction that reminds your target market of their pain.

This can be a question.

Or it can be a story of how you or someone experienced the pain.

The most important thing about this stage is to relate with your customer’s pain.

STAGE 3: Research Stage

This is when you should create in-depth content. You can do this by creating three types of content: an in-depth guide, a tutorial or a detailed list. Here is a brief explanation of each.

A tutorial contains steps on how to do a particular goal and a detailed demonstration of each step in text and pictures. This is useful for it takes the guesswork out of implementing the process. Everything is demonstrated in detail.

An in-depth guide is somewhat similar to a tutorial with the exception that it may contain some definition of terms and other parts.

A detailed list is useful because it shows all the possible solutions to a problem. The solutions just to be detailed enough that the reader can easily implement the items on the list without trouble.

STAGE 2: Solution-Oriented Stage

In this stage, you need to show that the solution that your customer is thinking about is possible. How? You can do this in two ways. You can do it by making yourself the case study or you can make another person the case study, The key is to demonstrate how the solution worked for you or someone else. That is all there is to it.

STAGE 4: Best Solution Stage

To show your customer the best solution, you can create comparison content or insert your product or service in your research stage content. At this stage, it is important to emphasize why your proposed solution is the best solution to the problem.

NOTE: It is important to have a significant number of blogposts before you begin promotion. You should include at least 8 blogposts before you start promotion – this is enough content to get your prospects to trust you.

Step 3: Forget the Write-and-Wait Approach

The write-and-wait approach doesn’t work anymore. Yet, the majority of bloggers do it and then wonder why they are not reaching their financial goals.

Here’s how most bloggers approach content marketing.

They spend hours crafting the perfect blogpost. They spruce it up with images and statistics.

But they don’t promote it.

This may have something to do with all those Content is King advocates who think believe the saying “Buiild It and They Will Come.” But this is a strategy doomed for failure.

Forget the write-and-wait approach and start actively promoting your content.

You Try It

Can you see how the Boost Blogger Content System can work for you?

Forget the Write-and-Wait approach. It is time to write content relevant to the experience of your customer.

Are you ready?

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  1. Missy W.

    Thanks for the post; I like how u break it down into stages. (not a mad rush, 8 well-planned posts, etc) So, was this a mini-course that you made from scratch? Do these same principles work for an ebook or product that you are promoting as an affiliate?

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