In episode #829, we discuss the 7 hacks you aren’t leveraging. Tune in to hear which basic hacks you are overlooking.
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- [00:27] Today’s Topic: 7 Content Marketing Hacks You Aren’t Leveraging (But Should)
- [00:57] 1: After you send an initial email blast, wait 3 days and then go to your email solution (ConvertKit) and resend the email to everyone who didn’t open the first one. Make sure to change the subject line.
- [01:31] 2: Split test your titles and meta-descriptions. Try using ClickFlow.
- [02:05] 3: Use push notifications and get people to opt-in through their browser.
- [02:53] 4: If you want a 16% email opt-in rate, use a spinning contest widget. Try Privy.
- [03:35] 5: Make sure you are putting your name in the title tag.
- [04:45] 6: Remember your root domain.
- [05:12] Leverage internal linking.
- [05:20] 7: Use MobileMonkey to blast out your latest blog posts through Facebook Messenger.
- [05:54] That’s all for today!
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