It contains details about everything that I do to create content for multiple media formats. That I then put out there in different places such as blogs, Facebook, press releases, videos like this, YouTube, iTunes."
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Sydney, Australia (PRWEB) September 04, 2012
James Schramko’s latest technique aims to help businesses across the globe get massive traffic through quality content creation. The technique, Content Assault training, was recently announced on Schramko’s SuperFastBusiness site. The Internet marketing expert shares, “It contains details about everything that I do to create content for multiple media formats. That I then put out there in different places such as blogs, Facebook, press releases, videos like this, YouTube, iTunes — you name it I covered it in Content Assault.”
Using SuperFastBusiness.com as a case study, Schramko points out the essential approaches every other company needs to do in order to get better traffic. By better traffic the Internet marketing expert means web visits that actually do any number of desired actions: buy a product, sign up for email lists, engage in video chats, click a link and so on. Schramko’s training on Content Assault provides very detailed steps on how to produce good, quality content for different platforms like social media, podcasting sources, and press releases, which drive favorable traffic to sites. Compelling statistics that reveal increased indexed pages, lucrative sources for traffic, and other relevant data for businesses support each crucial step.
Schramko gives a full preview of Content Assault in his latest Internet marketing update over on SuperFastBusiness.com by giving away valuable tips on surveys that work and generating sales leads using social media.
“One of my favorite surveys is a one-question open-answer survey,” Schramko begins on how to create surveys that work. He reveals, “And the easiest way you can start doing this is just sending a trigger email, which means an email that is triggered by an action. It could be when someone joins, you can ask them, ‘why did you join?’ It could be when someone leaves, you could just ask them, ‘please hit reply and tell me why you just cancelled your subscription?’”
Schramko goes on to say that applying opinion surveys has helped his business improve its products and services. The SuperFastBusiness CEO recommends, “Start surveying your customers even if it’s just one question and even if it’s open-ended. I think you’ll find you don’t have to do any kind of incentivization and you’ll get a really high response rate. And I’m talking higher than 50 percent, if you do it well.”
As for improving lead generation, Schramko points out that getting a “no” on offers may not entirely be a catastrophe. He explains, “It’s not about you personally; it’s just that your offer or your service may not be, and it’s certainly not designed to be perfect for everyone. That’s why you want your perfect customer and everyone else who’s not the perfect customer is not necessarily someone you needed in the first place.”
For businesses that are struggling to convert leads into sales, Schramko has this bit of encouragement, “If you were to go out there in the marketplace and ask people to opt-in or to buy your thing, you will get a percentage of ‘no.’ So just accept that and build that into your psychology and, in fact, celebrate. When you do get a ‘no’ that means that, mathematically and statistically, you’re actually getting closer to the next ‘yes.’”
As the rules for increasing site ranking on search engines are shaking up the way websites get traffic, businesses today have to implement a range of techniques in order to reach sales targets. James Schramko’s persuasive content creation training on Content Assault, which can be accessed by members of FastWebFormula, may just give companies the overwhelming web dominance they need today.