Back to how you can create blog posts in 10 minutes or less. As we discussed in Part I, in order to implement this system you must know your keywords. If you are still unsure about how to come up with keywords, there is plenty of information that you will find if you do a little research,
Step 1: Find a video.
If your remember I found a video for my blog post from Kim Kyosaki.
**Want to create curiosity and a little buzz? Use a video from a well known individual in your industry. When you tweet or share information about your post you can include their name which will peak peoples interest.
Step 2: Once you have placed the video in your post, write a few lines above it and below it and your post is ready to go.
**Want your 10 minutes to add up to web traffic? Be sure to use your keyword in your text a few times and always mention the person who created the video.
I can hear you now – what makes this mine? What makes it uniquely yours is that you wrote the text – you wrote the description of what you learned, saw, read in a way that only you would write it.
Would you like an example of what I am talking about? Here is the post I would make with the video that I found.
As women business owners we are always setting goals. I found this wonderful video created by Kim Kyosaki in which she talks about the one thing we can change to make sure we celebrate our accomplishments.
She made some really amazing points. Do you compare your accomplishments or achievements to where you were or to your ideals? It is so easy for us as women business owners to compare them to our ideals which, Kim explains, are unattainable.
I love the idea of thinking of your ideals as the horizon – try as hard as you can but you will never reach the horizon!
Great advice! I’ve worked with a few women in the past who were never happy with their accomplishments and that always amazed me. Meanwhile I’m jumping up and down when I’ve figured out how to do something that I thought I would never be able to do.
Thanks for sharing!
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LOL Tina! I know what you mean – I have been known to do a happy dance in my office a time or two! Thanks Michele
This is a brilliant video with great points, thanks for sharing. The points Kim makes are so relevant
I know Suzie. One of the bonuses of doing blog posts like these are that I get to view some wonderful videos as well. Thanks for commenting, Michele
I love using video. In another niche, I created 28 videos that have been powerful in creating backlinks to my site. The secret is to keep them short… 3 to 5 minutes. Some of my cooking videos are 10 minutes long but I couldn’t get through the cooking procedure any faster…. but there are not many long videos.
I love the idea of using a well known individual’s video to help promote your site or product. Thanks for the tip.
Hey Kathryn – I’m glad you brought that up – I think the length of the video is also important. People are in such a hurry these days that sometimes short and sweet is the winner. Thanks, Michele
Great tip on using videos from a well know source or industry leader. I just love Kim Kyosaki.
I just had to come back and say that I have been using this method on one of my sites. It is so great! I love it. I have several niche sites I want to get up and running and I will be using this method.
Thanks Jennifer – Sometimes we just need someone to make it simple for us. Michele
Michele, Thank you, it is profound how impactful a simple blog post can be, meaning yours. This is superb information, and one I’ll commit to doing, well tomorrow! I shared this to hold myself accountable, so feel free to check on me. Thanks again, Sue
I will Sue – Thank you so much for sharing! I will be checking on your blog to see how it is going.
Hey Tad – How is the blogging going? Have you found other videos you could use in your blog posts? Be sure to let us know how things are going. Thanks, Michele
I really like this tip on writing blog posts. It’s very helpful For me and a smart way to come up with post ideas that’s keyword rich and leverage the people who are popular in your niche.
I will be back to read more!
That’s a great strategy not only for creating speedy blogposts, but also to be seen as a good resource-provider to your readers..and…to help you get noticed by the influencers in your niche, as they will likely have Google alert set up and will see themselves being talked about in a good way – always a good ice breaker!
Thanks Michele 🙂
Although I have been blogging for a few years, I never had a good plan behind it. This is a great idea for those days/weeks when I am not feeling inspired! Thanks –
This is so brilliant! I just followed this and wrote a great (if I do say so myself) blog post following your steps. THANK YIU!!!