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How to Create the Right Content for Your Business

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Website design is very important to attracting and keeping visitors on your site. When people think of design for their website, many think of layout, navigation, images and color scheme, but many people forget an important part of website design–content. What your website has to say is just as important as the layout or colors and should be treated as such. So how do you choose and create the right content for your business? Read on for a few ideas that can be applied to any website, no matter your business.

Industry Trends

Industry trends are a good resource to dictate what you should have on your website. Industry trends might include popular website designs, or news and stories everyone is talking about. To find out about what’s going on and new in your industry, consider setting up Google Alerts. These alerts will come into your email as frequently as you set them–daily, weekly, whenever news occurs–and tell you what’s happening in your industry.

Another resource for trends may be the top websites in your industry. Who are the leaders in your business area? What do their websites look like? This can guide your content strategy and how it mixes with your design. Just be sure to use these sites as inspiration, not something to copy directly off!


Updates on a website are important because they show that your website is active and so is your business. People searching for the services you offer may visit your website to see if your business is robust of even still open, so make sure your content reflects this. One simple way to do this is to share your blog updates on the main landing page of your website. Unless your website is solely a blog, it should not be the main page of your website. However, your blog should be easily accessible from your main page, especially if it’s something you update frequently. Link to recent blog posts on your website and go a step farther and add an image to go along with your updates. Try to change this links out weekly or more frequently to keep your content timely.

Mixed Media

Mixing up the type of content you share on your website, even on your landing page, is important. With millions of options of website to visit online, website visitors can  get bored easily, especially if your website is all text. Add in photos and videos to break up your website content and give visitors a reason to keep clicking. Also keep your text in small paragraphs that are easy for visitors to read, consider lists or headings like in this blog post to keep people reading without overwhelming them with long paragraphs. Subpages on your website can rely on text more as needed, but your landing page should be a rich experience of different types of media.


Blogs are a great addition to any website. Blogs allow you to share lighter content that is updated frequently and connected to timely news, events and trends. While text on your landing page may need to be edited and adjusted many times before you get your messaging just right, blog postings can be less serious while still offering great insight. If you’re going to create a blog, make sure you have time for it. Just like the outdated content we mentioned earlier, having an outdated or abandoned blog can make it look like your business is no longer active. Set an editorial calendar for your blog so you know when you have content you need to create. If you plan on posting less frequently, consider making a note on your blog about how frequently it’s updated, so people will know there’s a post coming soon and that you haven’t forget about your blog. Also remember that blog posts can be short, include lots of photos or just videos–even made by others. A blog doesn’t have to be a huge commitment,but it does add a lot to your website.

Remember content is an important factor of your website. Try to keep the content for your business up-to-date and relevant. This ensures your website visitors will keep coming back and stay engaged.


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5 Email Marketing Content Ideas for Domains

Email Marketing Content Ideas


Email marketing is a great way to connect with your customers and potential customers. Done right, email marketing can be cost effective and reach the right people. Email marketing is also a great tool for the domain world. By communicating with your customers and potential customers through email, you’ve already got one piece of the puzzle figured out–your potential clients are already online and connected. Below we share some tips for email marketing for the domain world, but before you read on, remember the double opt-in requirement for sending marketing emails. People you send this type of email to must agree to receive them using a double opt-in system. This means they submit their email address first to receive them, and then using a confirmation link or manually responding to an email you send, they confirm that they do, in fact, want to receive emails. Not adhering to these rules can get your emails quickly marked as spam, and make your email marketing campaign a waste of time.

An important part of any marketing campaign is good content. But what makes good content for the domain world? Read on for some email marketing content ideas for domains.


DCC offers many new gTLDs. These gTLDs are released at different times and often have special pricing associated with their release. Use your emails to tell people about these new releases, as well as what domains will be released soon. DCC offers news of these releases and a quick internet search can give you an idea of more domains that will be available for purchase soon.


A big question any one has before buying  a product, and in this case a domain, is, how much does it cost? Your first inkling may be to hold back pricing information on the domains in your portfolio until a customer becomes serious, but this can turn people off. DCC offers up-front at-cost pricing on there website, which drives interest and lets people know more about the industry they may be joining. Consider taking this same approach with your emails. Highlight the prices of your domains or those offered through DCC, including specials, inexpensive domains, and popular domains.


gTLDs give you a lot of room for branding and creative use. Get people interested in fun gTLDs by offering them ideas on how to use them. Even better, tailor your email information on domains based on what you know about people. Know an accountant? Email them about the pricing of .accountant. Know someone in digital marketing? Why not tell them about .digital or .social? Share ideas to get others interested.

Your Experience

How did you get into domain sales? What have you learned along the way? Take the time to tell others about your experience and tricks of the trade. This makes domaining seems less intimidating and lets others know that you’re available for support.


Every now and then, consider sending a note to encourage others in their business or domain sales. These emails can be a simple as a powerful quote, or a note from you, sharing your recent successes and how others can achieve the same.


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Social Media

How to Use Twitter for Marketing

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Twitter can be a powerful tool for marketing. Although 140 characters can limit some of your ideas, it forces you to be more creative and more to the point. Twitter is a basic, no frills social network because of its character limit, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have much to offer. Read on to learn how to use Twitter for marketing  and how you can use some of their best features to your advantage for business.


Following people on Twitter allows you to see what they have to say as well as encourage a follow-back to improve your follower numbers. But if you follow too many people, it can be hard to see the information you want. You don’t have to stop following people, but you do have to start using Lists to curate information you want. Lists allow you to sort people you follow by interest, topics, customers, etc. After your add one or multiple accounts to a list, you can then click on that list to view only the tweets from people on that list. You also have the option of making lists private or public. Public lists allow others to subscribe to them and can be a good way to build your presence on Twitter. Consider adding accounts to an interest list like “marketers” and others may follow. Private lists are better for things you might not want to people to know, like if you’re adding accounts to a “Potential Customers” list.


While lists help you to sort users on Twitter, hashtags help you to sort content. Hashtags can also help to get your tweets seen by more users than just those who follow you. Consider hashtags to be like a keyword in a search. People can type #internetmarketing into Twitter search bar and see accounts and tweets that use that term. Similarly, you can use that or any hashtag in your own content to ensure you get seen when people do a search. Try out a few hashtags for their popularity before you use them. Search a hashtag on Twitter to see how frequently people use it. This will give you an idea of the conversation going on around that hashtag and the level of interest in it.


Videos from YouTube now play in steam on Twitter. What this means is that people don’t have to leave Twitter to watch a YouTube video you share. They can simply click play and the video will play right on Twitter. This is great for you because if you post a video, it keeps them on your profile and encourages them to share your tweet. Consider adding your own tutorial and promotional videos to your tweets to use this feature.


Like Facebook, photos make a post more powerful. In the old days of Twitter, you could only link to an outside service to show a photo, now photos show right in steam. Always try to include a photo with your tweet when you can, it will drive interest and make your account seem more professional.


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5 Ways to Market Your Domain for Sale or Use

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Now that you’ve purchased your domain(s) through DCC, how do you plan to use it? Your domain is an investment, no matter if you’re using it for your own business or planning to sell it for a profit. Read on for ways to market your domain, whether you plan to sell the domain or use it, and get a return on your investment.

Domains For Sale:

Email Marketing

Email marketing is a great way to share that you have a collection of domain names for sale. Email marketing should be conversational and to the point. You’re not trying to make a sale, you’re trying to make a connection and tout the benefits of your domain.

Before you start emailing, remember that email marketing requires a double opt in before you can reach out to someone by email. That means someone needs to sign up to receive emails from you and then confirm they would like to receive these emails and their signup was not a mistake. This can be accomplished with a contact form on your website where visitors can sign up with their email. As you get their emails, send them a note to ensure they want to be subscribed. Then its up to you to market and share why others should be interested in investing in your domains.

Social Media

Social media is great place to promote your domains because people who will see you promotion are already online and browsing. You should promote on social media just how important it is to have a branded domain or share how much income you’re building with domain sales. Make your social media posts fun, but informative and don’t post so frequently that others grow weary of the information. Also, consider creating your own Facebook and Twitter account for your domain promotion, that way, you know that the people that fan or follow you are truly interested in the domain world.

DCC offers great pricing on our domains through our membership offerings. As soon as you become a DCC member, you have access to at-cost pricing, which means you pay what we pay for domains. This kind of pricing makes DCC the right choice for many people, including people you already know. So consider sharing DCC with your network and each time someone you referred becomes a member, you will earn between $25 and $200.

Domains For Use:

Content Marketing

If you’ve purchased a domain to use for your own business, content marketing is an effective way to establish your business and promote your website. Content marketing is when you produce great content in the form of blogs, videos, and photos, and share them to drive people to your website. Consider creating a blog to go with your business website that talks about best practices within your industry. Or create videos that promote “how to’s” within your industry. These are powerful ways to offer people something for free to drive them to your website and then share your business with them .

Search Engine Optimization

Search engine optimization or SEO is important for driving traffic to your website. This means doing research on sites like Google AdWords Keyword Tool to find out what words or phrases are popular in your industry. Once you find these phases, use them in your content marketing. To really get the most out of your SEO use these popular words and phrases in your actual domain name. Like or The right keywords will market your site without you having to actively do so.


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What You Need to Know About SEO

What You Need to Know About SEO

How many different websites do you visit each day? How many of those sites did you reach through a search engine? Chances are at least one of them if not more. Search engines are the gateway to much of the internet. People just like you go online in search of something, but not sure where to find it. Their search engine then directs them to a list of ranked websites. If you’re like most people, you will only check out the top ranked results, even though there may be multiple pages of results that match your search query. This means that it is extremely beneficial for your website to appear on that first page of results.

But how do these websites make it into the list? Search engine optimization. Simply put, search engine optimization is a process used by websites to give them a higher ranking and more visibility in search results.

It used to be that search engine optimization, or SEO, was as simple as having the right keywords placed all over your website and in the code that makes up your website. But that’s no longer true. While the big search engines like Google, Bing, and Yahoo have many number of factors that affect SEO with their service, they aren’t sharing what all these factors are. Think of what affects these SEO rankings as a recipe. We don’t know all the ingredients that make up this recipe, but thankfully top SEO experts have identified some.

Read on to learn how to include some of these ingredients in your website.

Your Domain

Before ICANN opened the gTLD world to more personalized domains, your domain didn’t matter much to your SEO. When most websites had similar domains like .com, .org, or .net, these didn’t add much to SEO other than credibility for the domain. Keywords have long been important in web addresses, but now they are important in domains as well. Websites that battled for top SEO ranking  with just their web address can now battle for it with their domain. now has to battle Think about the keywords that are important to your website and business and choose that domain.

Your Website

Keywords still play an important role in your website. Though they have been supplemented by some other important ingredients–which we will explain below–they still need to be a focus of your website. What are you selling? Why should people come to your website? If you’re selling, local, fair-trade coffee, find ways to include those keywords and that keyword phrase in many places on your website. Search engines give preferences to website who use a search term many times in their website. This shows these search engines that the website must be a good fit for the search term since it is used many times on the website. However, that doesn’t mean you should just type “local fair-trade coffee” on your website over and over. In fact, this is a bad idea. As search engines have gotten more complex they have been able to identify and even weed out websites that are trying to game the system and get all the clicks without providing good content

Your Content

Search engines like Google will often change what the engine looks for from websites to keep sites from manipulating it. One of the big changes Google has made recently has been a focus on quality content. Google is essentially a robot that crawls websites, so how does it know good content from bad? It doesn’t but it has some rules for what it think makes good content. A big rule is content that is enjoyed, shared and supported by others is considered more legitimate. That means you can create quality content all day, but if no one is reading it, Google won’t give it as much weight. So it is important to create quality content and get others to read it. How do you do this? Following the coffee example this may mean writing a blog on your website that talks not just about your coffee but about coffee in  general. What’s the best roast? How do you tell good coffee from bad? Write these blog posts and share them with friends, on social media and other blogs if possible. You are creating quality content that is keyword rich that you are now hopefully building an audience for.

These are just three ways to build your SEO and SEO is always changing. Services like Google give a little insight into what their search engine is looking for every few months. Keep an eye out for these updates, keep checking back here, and continue creating great content.


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30 Ways to Increase Blog Traffic and Promote Your Blog Posts

Increase Blog Traffic and Promote Your Blog Posts

Many believe in the old adage, “build it and they will come.” Unfortunately for content, that simply isn’t true. You take the time to write a research a topic, write a relevant post that your audience will care about, include the perfect keywords, and for some reason the post just isn’t taking off! Whatever your reason for creating original content, namely blog posts, it’s important to actually promote and market that content so that it is read and shared by whoever you are targeting.

From free tactics like social media to paid avenues, like affiliate marketing, these 30 ways to increase blog traffic are sure to help your blog get off the ground:

1. Twitter

Post your article as soon as it’s been written with a “click-worthy” title (even if it’s different than the actual title) and an eye catching image set to 1024px x 512px to fit well in the stream.

2. Facebook

Post your link with an awesome, standout image (sized at 940px x 788px) and an interesting description that lets the reader know why they should click. It’s good to be conversation in your post.

3. LinkedIn

Post your articles as a regular stream update, as well as in the “publication” section of your profile. You can link your content with the title and description to your profile for visitors to be directed to.

4. Google+

It’s awesome to post to G+ not only for the SEO benefits with Google, but also for the engaged crowds. You should also join a number of “communities” that would be interested in your content and make sure to post your blogs there as well.

5. Pinterest

This may not work for every industry, but is extremely beneficial if it does. Create an easy to understand image that can be easily shared across the platform. In other words, create an image with the title of your post and link it back to your blog.

6. Instagram

Use the same strategy as above; create a social image that people will want to click, and have it link back to your blog post.

7. Use Hashtags

The use of hashtags are a MUST on almost every social platform when attempting to increase your traffic to that page. It helps to categorize what your content is about, allows it to appear in multiple places within Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc., and makes your content searchable to those looking for specific content.

8. Stumble Upon

Add the URL to your post on the “add a page” section of Stumble Upon for your post to be included in someone’s “stumble path”, based on what your content is about. There is also a “paid discovery” option.

9. Triberr

This is an awesome resource for consistent bloggers and “influencers.” The purpose of the platform is to share great content with other bloggers and marketers and cross promote each other’s posts.

10. Use Videos

Every so often, try to integrate a useful video into your editorial calendar for your blog. Upload your video to Youtube, Vimeo, etc. and remember to include the link back to your original post on your blog. Syndication services like TubeMogul can save you time by distributing your video to all of the video platforms.

11. Reddit

The Reddit community is one of the most engaged, but also the most honest and sometimes harsh, on the Internet. If users like your content, they will most likely share it, but if your content is merely “fluff,” don’t bother posting.

12. Blogionaire and Cool Site of the Day

These sites feature and send all of their traffic to a new website or blog each day. Submit your link or blog to their website in order to be considered for this influx of traffic.

13. Facebook Social Sharing Groups

Join and consistently share content in Facebook groups that are relevant to your industry and specifically your blog post. Members of groups tend to be more engaged than users simply scrolling their newsfeed, and will be more likely to see your post

14. Slide Share

Slideshows are a fast growing, interesting way to display your content. Use bite-sized facts and promote your slide share as your blog post. You can also include the slide share in a section of your LinkedIn profile.

15. Guest Posting

Create a stellar article to submit to another highly trafficked blog that is in a similar industry as you. You can gain new “followers,” and therefore, new readers with this tactic, as well as links back to your blog.

16. Blog Commenting

Include useful commentary on blog posts that could relate back to yours. Answer a question or provide real feedback to the original writer (to avoid being “spammy”) and include a link back to a relevant article of your own.

17. Quora

Also a great place to discover new blog post topics by seeing questions asked by other relating to your industry, Quora is a great place to include your link in a comment. Find questions that you have already answered in your blog posts and include it in your response to that person’s questions.

18. Content Aggregators and/or RSS Blog Directories

Submit each post to websites like Alltop for your posts to have the opportunity to be automatically listed for their readers to find. It tends to be difficult to be featured on them, so quality and “share-ability” of your posts will be key.

19. Email List

Make sure you have an easy to find “subscription” box for people to sign up for your email list on your blog. Subscribers will be automatically sent an email containing the link to your new post.

20. Email Top Bloggers

Find influential bloggers in your industry and interact with them via social media and comment on their posts. Then, email them asking to share your published articles for your continued support of theirs.

21. Email Signatures

Include a link back to your blog in your email signature to ensure everyone you email will see a link to your newest post.

22. Infographics

Turning a post, preferably one with a lot of data or information, into an infographic is a great way to increase the chances of your post becoming viral. People like to share visuals on their social networks, so include a link back to the original post.

23. Digg

Paste your URL into the “submit a link” feature on the Digg website to potentially have your published article featured.

24. Thank You Pages

It is best practice to include something of value for free on your thank you page, which is followed by your landing page. Include links to your most recent posts and encourage viewers to take a look.

25. Face to Face Networking

Bring up your blog, what kind of content you generally write about and how it can help the person you’re speaking with whenever possible. Make sure your blog name is easy to remember or included on your card so the person can easily find you.

26. Affiliate Marketing or Network Marketing

Depending on your product or service, it’s known that affiliate marketing is a fantastic way to increase sales. However, it’s also a great way to have your posts shared by a large group of people. Affiliates are all working towards the same goal and your content will help their end goal.

27. Facebook Advertising or Boosted Posts

Boost or create and ad out of your Facebook post that contains your article. This will ensure those who would potentially be interested in your content, but are not currently fans of your page, have the opportunity to come across your content.

28. Ebay or Craigslist

Listing your product, if applicable, on platforms like eBay, Craigslist, and Amazon can drastically increase traffic to your blog. Make sure whatever you list is relevant to your industry and post, and include a link back to your blog in your listing. It’s a free way to get a lot of eyes on your link.

29. Engaging with Your Blog Community

Interact and engage with readers who are already fans of your blog. Turn readers into evangelists who will help you promote your blog simply because they feel they helped “discover” it.


Making sure the content you are distributing is great, not good, is actually not a bonus; it’s the most important part of promoting your blog posts. If the actual content is not valuable, interesting, thought provoking, or evoking of some other emotion, it’s useless. Do not forget that the point of your blog posts is to generate leads, not just get someone to read your post.

The most important tactic in gaining traction with your blog that turns into a source for lead generation is effort. It will take time to build up a following, but continue to use these strategies above in order to increase traffic to your blog and promote your blog posts.



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7 Tips to Boost Your Affiliate Marketing Sales

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Online affiliate marketing can be an incredible way to make money while working from home, simply by building and utilizing your network. However, affiliate marketing requires research, focus and commitment in order to be truly successful.

The following tips will help you hone your affiliate networking craft and starting making sales and earning income more quickly!

1. Build Relationships

Relationships are key to affiliate marketing. Constantly networking, having conversations, and finding ways to help others will be extremely beneficial to you. The more contacts you have, the better. No matter where you are, there is always time to meet someone new, strike up a conversation and build a new contact. Even if the person is not interested in your product, perhaps they know someone that is.

2. Solve a Problem

Is the product you’re selling useful? Does it actually help the customer in some way? Does it save them money or help them in their daily life? Affiliate marketers for Domain Cost Club can use the discounted prices of domains and enormous variety of new TLDs (or Top Level Domains) as one of their top selling points for the product. Purchasing domains from Domain Cost Club will save the customer money. Period.

3. Use Quality Content

Make sure anything you post on website, blog, social media, etc. is quality and can stand the test of time. Don’t post or write about things that don’t matter or will be outdated within a few months. This tip is especially important if you are an affiliate marketer for multiple products. Make sure you are conveying the most important, useful information regarding your products or that you are providing information helpful to your audience.

4. Use the Product

As an affiliate marketer, it’s easy to get a bad rap in the online world – simply by the nature of the business. Make sure you have actually tried and like the product you are selling. People can easily see through a disingenuous sales pitch and will not buy from someone who they don’t trust.

5. Be Honest

Transparency is key in gaining the trust of potential customers. Make sure you mention that you are an affiliate marketer of the product, and give details about how that actually works. Make sure your audience knows that you have indeed used the product, and that you would never endorse something you wouldn’t use yourself.

6. Set Specific Goals

Beginning an affiliate marketing journey without actually sitting down and writing out tangible goals will get you no where. It’s too easy to avoid hitting vague goals or let yourself off the hook if you don’t have real numbers written down. Talk with peers to evaluate realistic, yet challenging goals. Then create a road map to hitting them. You will accomplish more by knowing what it is you have set out to do from the beginning.

7. Be Patient

As mentioned above, success with affiliate marketing doesn’t happen over night. Extensive research regarding the product you are selling is essential. You need to be an authority figure on the subject. Not to mention the long process of building up your network, gaining their trust, and actually closing a deal. However, if you commit to following through, you will no doubt reap the rewards!

Implementing these tips into your daily affiliate marketing routine is sure to help you close more sales and achieve your goals. Make sure you build upon these guidelines each day to get the most out of your experience.

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Why You Should Use Infographics in Your Content Marketing Strategy

Are you a business owner or marketer? Do you want to drive engaged traffic to your website and encourage people to share your branded, unique content? Then you should be integrating Infographics into your content marketing strategy.

For those of you that don’t know what an Infographic is, it’s exactly what it sounds like. It is an image, or graphic, that is filled with information in order to educate an audience on a specific subject. Infographics are an easy way to drive home a point using images, statistics, facts and figures and allows the reader to understand your point within the time it takes to scroll the image.

Why are Infographics so successful for businesses?

Brand Awareness – Infographics are an amazingly effective way to create brand awareness, since your logo and links back to your blog or website will be included in your infographic! As people, and sometimes other businesses, continue to share your content, the more people will see who created it and your brand name and logo.

Brand/Product Promotion – Promoting your infographic multiple times on various platforms is a great way to promote either your brand or a specific product or service (depending on how you create your infographic). You can center the information you put in the infographic around general facts that support the use of your product.

Easy to Educate – Some brands, products, or services take some education and explanation in order to close a sale with a potential customer. For example, Domain Cost Club’s affiliate marketing program is easy to understand, but requires some education as to how affiliate marketing works, how to get involved, and how the payouts are structured to affiliates. An infographic explaining the generally used practices of affiliate marketing would be a great way to explain the benefits to the target audience!

Potential to Become Viral – If your content is eye-catching, relevant, and easily understood, then you can be sure that people are going to share on their social media accounts! Visual content is always shared more than written content, so if you take enough time to make a valuable infographic, many people will promote it for you.

Cost Effective – Infographics are actually fairly easy to learn how to create on your own, if you don’t have a graphic designer on hand, or if you have an extremely limited budget. Websites like Piktochart make creating an infographic super easy for beginners!

What elements make a successful Infographic?Why you should use infographics

Eye-Catching – If someone is quickly scrolling through their social feed, will the top your infographic make them stop and click? Make sure it’s appealing visually, and that the color scheme and images all work together.

Easy to Understand – Don’t include a bunch of facts and figures that the average person won’t be able to digest or relate to. Break it down and make it easily “skimmable”.

Relevant – Make sure it’s a subject that people are curious about, don’t fully understand, and relates to and supports your business goals specifically.

Useful – Include facts that people may not know, and actually care about. Use facts that allow people to take action in some way.

Shareable – Display your content in a compelling an interesting way. Use headlines and images that get your point across in the most easily understood way possible, so that some people could be encouraged to share your infographic without even reading it in depth!

How can Infographics help me as a Domain Cost Club Affiliate?

If you are already a member of Domain Cost Club, and wondering how you can use infographics to help you increase your business, the answer is simple! There are tons of people looking to make legitimate money online, working from home just like you, but have no idea how to do it! Creating an infographic about the benefits of affiliate marketing, and/or Domain Cost Club specifically is a simple way to make people understand how to use the program and how effective it can be at creating an entirely new income stream, if done effectively. Think about our affiliate explanation video, made into an infographic! There are plenty of creative ways to get the point across!




Content Marketing: What Is It and How Can It Help You Succeed?

In the modern age, everyone has access to unlimited information. Anything you want to know can most likely be searched for and found online. There are many ways to distribute this subject-specific information, including infographics, videos, podcasts, and blog posts. However, the million-dollar question is: how you can use these different channels to spread information and succeed at the same time?

The Essence Of Content Marketing

Content marketing is the business process of creating and distributing relevant and useful content based on a specific subject in order to attract and engage your target audience. The subject matter of your content should always relate back to your brand, product, or service. For example, if your business builds swimming pools, you might write a blog post or create a video explaining to your potential customers how to best keep their pool clean, the differences between salt water or chlorine, or even how to build their own in ground swimming pool following your guidance!

The essence of content marketing is all about providing value. The more value you provide to a potential customer by informing them on topics related to your niche, the more trust you will build. In turn, the more trust you build; the more likely they are to buy from you.Content marketing targeting

How Can YOU Prosper With Content Marketing as a DCC Affiliate?

Although there are plenty of people who already know what domains they want to own, many people are not aware of the intricacies and value of choosing the right domain, or the hundreds of new top-level domain extensions that are becoming available. However, providing them detailed information in the form of a blog post or infographic can educate them on the importance, and urge them to make a purchase.

If you’re an affiliate for Domain Cost Club experiencing success with the program, you may want to create a podcast that shares your story and gives advice to those struggling aimed at individuals looking to earn a second form of income! Educating your audience on the potential of the program, how to overcome obstacles, and tangible statistics on your success could entice a prospect that is on the fence about joining.

Use content marketing to your advantage by educating your customer with valuable information, building trust by providing value, and closing the deal. For more information, check out Domain Cost Club and start on your path to success.



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