Become a Regular Contributor to Warrior Forum - The Warrior Forum is a golden resource for anyone related to the digital marketing field. It's an excellent platform to build up a robust SEO clients list and to get local SEO clients too.
My agency has brought in over 12,000 clients and customers from Warrior Forum in the last six years, earning millions of dollars in profits. Watch this special training video to show I pulled it off and will teach you how to get SEO Clients lining up at your front door.
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- Find a significant influencer in your industry with a massive following who offers paid training. Make sure the training package includes bonus access a well populated private Facebook group.
- At that point, it might be tempting to jump right into the self-promotion: "Hey everybody, check out my site!" Resist that temptation. Don't treat this as an overnight shortcut; it's an investment and one that will pay off big time if you exercise a little patience.
- Apply yourself to the course. Give it your all and maintain a cheerful outlook while you do to form valuable connections and a good reputation.
- Post any questions and observations you have in the group to get the other students engaged with you and strengthen personal relationships. Plus, their feedback will help you get the most out of your education. Even if you think you understand everything already, opening yourself up to a variety of viewpoints is a great way to see things from a fresh perspective. Strength in numbers!
- Throughout the course, share concrete examples of how you're putting what you've learned to good use in your SEO efforts. Let your peers know that you run an SEO agency, as well as demonstrating your enthusiasm for the craft.
This exact tactic has gotten me my best SEO clients through courses provided by experts like Jeff Walker, Brian Dean, Mike Filsaime, Michael Smart, Yanik Silver, and Andy Jenkins.
While the training may cost a chunk, it won't take long at all to make your money back and then some.
Plus, this isn't all just some act-you are getting practical lessons and tips that will make you a better professional.
Author Guest Posts on Business Authority Sites - Guest posts on Influencer sites are a surefire way to inject yourself into the bloodstream of your industry and draw the right traffic to your site.
- Find an authority site related to your area of expertise. Check it out at spyfu.com to make sure it gets plenty of traffic; if it doesn't, move on and find another site that does.
- Once you see a website that has a consistently high volume of readers, many of whom are likely to overlap with your target audience, reach out to the appropriate person and ask for a guest post. Don't be scared off if they charge a fee; it's a worthwhile investment in your business's future.
- Once you've agreed to a deal, it's time to start writing. Don't self-promote or even link to your site in the guest post itself. Instead, use that space to build your credibility and demonstrate value to readers.
- With that said, the place you do want to connect with your site is the Author Bio. Link to a giveaway offer on a squeeze page. Bonus tip: don't use your keywords as anchor text.
- Be even pickier with the content than you would be if it were for your site. Take the time to make sure it's as close to flawless as humanly possible.
- Once you're 100% sure everything is perfect, submit the post and let it do the rest of the work for you.
- Then, rinse and repeat.
By casting a wide net with guest posts over a variety of relevant sites, you'll pull prospects from around the globe. Plenty of them are going to need SEO work done, and now they have a reason to trust you as an authority.
Watch this video to learn what the biggest mistakes are that marketers make when posting guest posts and how to correct them.
Write a Short E-Book and Sell It on Amazon - Don't discard e-books as a backup plan for wannabe authors who can't publish traditionally. E-books are a cheap and convenient way to give prospects a glimpse of your knowledge and a tease of what you could do for them.
When I wrote my book "Link Building Debunked," it jumped straight to #2 on Amazon for "link building." Today, it's still ranked at #2-even though I've never done anything to promote it.
- The topic will have to be something narrower than just SEO as a whole. The broader your subject, the harder it'll be to rank on Amazon since you'll be competing with more prominent names. Find your niche and zero in on that.
- It's usually a good idea to put a number in the title, e.g., "9 Ways to Hit A Home Run Through Your Link Building Efforts."
- Share a secret resource inside the book that only its readers will find, something they can't get anywhere else.
- And of course, make sure to include a hard call to action and a link to your squeeze page.
Your e-book doesn't have to be an endless tome. In fact, it really shouldn't be. It can be as short as 5,000 words-essentially a long article, but one that people are more likely to read once they've committed to buying and downloading it.
Record an Audio Version of Your E-Book for Audible - Once your e-book is out there, the next step is to create an audio version for sale on Audible. It isn't complicated or expensive, and you'll be glad you did. It's how to get SEO clients when you need them fast.
The audiobook format is excellent because prospects who listen to it rather than reading are the ones most likely to consume it from to start to finish since they usually use it on long drives.
Plus, listening to someone's voice is a very personal experience. It creates a bond. The listener will feel like they already know you before even meeting or talking with you.
I used the free recording software Audacity to record my book, and I never felt like I was settling for second best.
I hope this gives you some encouragement Warriors!