Having Trouble Converting Your SEO Traffic? This Is Probably Why


It’s a problem I see all too often…

Marketers learn about SEO tactics and actually do a good job applying them.

Before they know it, their site’s traffic has risen to 3,000 visits a month, then to 10,000, then to 20,000. Along with growing their traffic numbers, these marketers also build up their email lists from this traffic.

They’re excited because they’ve read many stories of entrepreneurs making 5 figures a month from email lists of just a few thousand.

And then, they launch a product and get horrendous conversion rates.

It doesn’t make sense to them—after all, they did everything right, didn’t they? Why isn’t their targeted traffic interested in their products?

If you’ve ever been in this situation, I know you understand the pain and frustration it causes.

If you haven’t, I don’t want you to have to go through it.

In this post, I’ll help you understand why it happens and how to use SEO more effectively to prevent this sad scenario from ever happening to you. 

Does this sound familiar?

In that very general overview of SEO work, there was one crucial mistake. If you avoid it, you’ll drastically increase your chances of creating a sustainable business.

Here is the mistake, put simply:

You’ve built up a good size audience, but it’s not a cohesive audience. In other words, the people in your audience are too dissimilar to each other.

This can be a hard concept to understand at first, but once you do, it will become eye-opening.

You may have tried to monetize with Adsense, or a similar advertising platform, and got decent results. Therefore, your search traffic is indeed high quality.

But Adsense is smart; they serve different ads to different people, based on collected data.

They know that the experienced marketer isn’t looking for introductory SEO videos that the beginner marketer is interested in.

Because of this, it doesn’t matter much which kind of SEO traffic you’re getting when you’re monetizing with Adsense.

Has the light bulb gone off yet? All businesses start somewhere, and the majority have only a few products at the most.

If you’re still trying to find your first big SEO success, you might have only one product.

If you’ve been amassing search traffic from any keywords you can, you’ll end up with a highly mixed audience.

Let’s go through an example. Say you’re a soccer blogger, and you managed to rank #1 for these keyword phrases:

  • “How to get better at soccer”
  • “Soccer betting”
  • “Watch soccer online”

All of the above phrases have the word “soccer” in them, so they must be relevant to you as a soccer blogger.


But your business focuses on selling soccer training programs to help players get better.

Although they care about soccer in general, the people searching for betting information or wanting to watch professional matches couldn’t care less about playing themselves (for the most part).

You will get a good response from the part of your email list that signed up through the first article, but that’s it.

I hope it’s becoming clear now:

Your search engine traffic must attract people interested not only in your niche but also in the product you’re selling.

Sometimes you’ll have 3 distinct groups of people. But if you’re ranking for many keywords, you may have several, which makes your results even more dismal.

As you can see, the root problem is in you mindlessly trying to rank for any vaguely-related to your niche keyword.

Traffic is a vanity number at that point because when it comes to your actual business, the traffic you are getting is not targeted, nor is it high quality.

Stop approaching SEO backwards

If you’ve ever fallen into this trap, it’s not your fault, but it’s an important thing to learn from.

Most SEOs approach things backwards. They obsess about the raw traffic numbers, expecting to learn about conversion later—not realizing they’re shooting themselves in the foot.

They spend all their time reading about and applying SEO tactics, without fully understanding their purpose or why they work.

And it culminates in the sort of disaster I’ve walked you through.

So, let’s start with the fundamentals:

Search engines (SEO) are a marketing channel.

The entire purpose of getting the traffic from search engines is to try to move it into your funnel and through it.


Marketing channels feed leads into the top of that diagram.

Once you’ve put your potential customers on an email list, you can usually consider them leads and keep trying to move them down the funnel.

What you should do is reverse-engineer your funnel.

Start at the bottom, and work out a path that a customer could take from the top of the funnel to reach the bottom. If customers can come from search engines, figure out the “right” keywords that would bring them.

For our soccer example, there’s almost no chance that a customer for a training program would come from the keyword phrase “how to bet on soccer.”

By taking this approach, you eliminate the entire problem of an irrelevant audience that won’t make it past the first stage in your funnel.

Who are the types of people in your niche? Some niches are more dangerous than others. For some, there are dozens of different types of people who might be searching for vaguely related terms. For others, there might be only 2 or 3 types.

Obviously, the fewer types of people there are, the less potential for disaster there is.

It’s a good exercise to quickly try to identify the different types of people in your market.

Let’s continue with our example. There are 7 types of people that could search for things related to soccer:

  • Players (adults and kids) looking to improve
  • Gamblers
  • Coaches
  • Parents of players
  • People looking to understand the basics of a new hobby
  • Referees trying to study the game
  • Fans (who like to watch the game)

That’s 7 types right off the top.

But you could divide those even further.

You could divide players by their mastery level: beginner, intermediate, and expert players will all be looking for different things.

Gamblers could be divided into casual and serious.

Parents could be divided into those who just want to know how to introduce their child to soccer and those who want to help their child get a scholarship playing soccer.

Your product likely appeals to one or two of these sub-types of people, which is why it’s very important to understand whom you’re trying to attract through search engines.

Once you’ve done all this, identify the types of people who would be interested in any products you already have or are going to have in the near future. Be as specific as possible.

It’s time to evaluate your content

Your next step is to take a hard look at your current content.

Create a list of all the content you’ve published that has the potential to drive search traffic.

Even better, go to Google Analytics, and export your content from the “behavior” section, sorted by the amount of organic traffic it drove (add a filter for “search traffic”):


On your spreadsheet, add a column beside the title or URL. Go through your pieces of content, one by one, and label each with the type(s) of people who would be most interested in that post.

At the same time, highlight rows, let’s say in green, where content fits the type of people interested in your product (from the step before). A quick glance at the end will tell you where you stand.

Can you salvage any non-targeted content? Hopefully, you’ll have a lot of green, but you might not. You might find that most content is probably read by people who won’t make it through your sales funnel.

Should you delete that content or leave it alone?

You could do either, but that would be a real shame if that content is already generating traffic.

Instead, let me suggest a few other courses of action:

  • Add extra internal links – By adding internal links to pages that are targeted, you can leverage the authority that you’ve built on these non-targeted pages.
  • Monetize differently – Stop adding visitors to these pages to your main email list. Either add them to a separate list and pitch them different products (use affiliate products if you don’t have a relevant one), or use advertising.

While your focus should be on the green content you just identified, that doesn’t mean you still can’t derive some benefit from your work in the past.

Fix your future SEO by pruning your keyword list

You can’t completely fix past mistakes, but you can ensure that you don’t make them again in the future.

You likely have a large list of keywords that you created from keyword research that you thought were good to target.

It’s time to revisit those.

While all those keywords that you identified before are probably good keywords to target for certain businesses, not all of them are good for your business.

Instead of wasting your time creating and promoting content that attracts the wrong types of audience in your niche, you’ll spend it on highly relevant, targeted traffic.

Just like we did before, go through each keyword one by one, and identify the type(s) of people who would search for it.

For example:

  • “How to bet on soccer” would be searched by “gamblers.”
  • “How to get better at soccer” would be searched by “players looking to improve.”

I highly suggest focusing on the single main product you’re trying to sell. Then, in the future, you can identify products you could create to target these other segments of your niche.

For now, identify the 1 or 2 types of people who will buy your product—the ones you want going in the top of your sales funnel.

Remove (or hide) all keywords that don’t attract those people.

You will be left with a much smaller list of keywords in most cases. However, any search traffic that you get from these keywords is almost certain to be highly valuable.

You’re not limited to SEO

I understand the hesitation to limit the amount of search traffic you can get.

There’s a certain level of security in knowing you are getting tens of thousands of search visitors per month and that there are always more keywords to target.

But here’s the thing: if you want to succeed, you need to forget about vanity numbers, such as traffic, and look at the quality of traffic—and conversions—instead.

Which would you rather have?

  • 10,000 search visitors, 500 of them targeted or
  • 1,000 search visitors, all of them targeted

The second site will perform better every single time, even with a tenth of the traffic of the first site.

What about the second fear? You might legitimately run out, or run low, on keywords to target (other than very long tail ones).

What then?

That’s when you put your marketing understanding to the test.

If you truly understand that SEO is just one marketing channel, you know that there are many other marketing channels out there.


Now that you know the type of people you’re looking for, you can find them on social media sites, question sites, blogs, and many other online platforms.

Here are a final few resources that will introduce you to these other channels; just always keep in mind the end goal of your funnel:


This is one of the most important concepts that knowledgeable marketers need to understand. Traffic from SEO itself is not the goal. The goal is to have traffic that actually converts into customers.

Don’t waste your time creating and promoting content that doesn’t attract the right type of readers to your site.

Instead, make sure you’re focusing on driving search engine traffic that is interested in your products—I just showed you how.

If you need help understanding a particular concept from this post, leave me a comment below, and I’ll try to clear things up.


  1. That was a real eye opener Neil.

    I Loved the part about football and its equipment. Will put this article to test soon.

    • Excellent Rachit, let me know how these techniques work out for you

    • Leonardo "List Master" LaVito :

      Indeed. 🙂

      I enjoyed the “watching football, betting football, and playing football” analogy as well.

      The only problem I have with it, is that…

      … it reminded me of how badly Chelsea played this season. Lol.

      However, it is exciting to see what happens to the league once Mourinho takes charge of MU!

  2. Dimitar Margaritov :

    I wonder how you keep coming up with these concepts. I expect to graduate university this year with a business degree and we did not learn anything like that. Will apply these to my business website as soon as read few more times and understand the concept entirely.

    • Just a lot of trial and error Dimitar. Not everything I do works, but the stuff that does, I like to share it with my fans

  3. Michael Karp :

    Great article Neil. This is definitely something I need to pay more attention to.

  4. Pavankumar Karnati :

    hey Neil,

    That was really awesome post.

    Do you know the best way to target people for LinkedIn connections.

    Thank you.

  5. Hi Neil,

    You explained the topic very well. We hope to see more content on this topic from you. Marketers are experimenting strategies to A/B test for conversion optimization. But it is the root of basic SEO that you have elaborated. We all have tested different keyword groups while planning a PPC campaign and there also an option for Negative Keywords. Google always provided to test, the best suitable keyword group in Terms of Conversion.

    • Sure thing Nancy. If you subscribe to this blog, I try and post content daily.

      Thanks for sharing that, I think you nailed it.

  6. Hi Neil,
    I like the keyword pruning part. Another good post today. Thanks

  7. Hi Neil,

    To summarize (read: to make sure I understand 🙂 …

    If you are going for traffic (adsense and affiliate mostly) and intend to segment your audience (different list signups in different parts of your website), then build traffic that is more loosely related.

    If you are attempting to boost sales of a very specific product or product line, focus on building SEO traffic that is only likely to be looking for your items (forget about traffic for the sake of traffic)

    • You got it Nathan.

      Depending on your purpose, you will be introducing a variety of tactics and strategies

  8. Converting the audience is always a tricky part and you did it once again!
    Great overview on how to do it!
    Certainly worth implementing these changes.

    • Getting people to take action is the tricky part, but once you know how to communicate to them, everything changes.

  9. Hi Neil,
    great post. I am struggling with this exact problem at the moment.

    Lets stay with your example. Asume I sell a digital soccer training program, which is paid monthly. People come to my post “How to get better at soccer” through google search.

    Can you give me rough numbers of expected conversion rates (post visitor to paying monthly customer). Do I have to expect that 1 in 100, 1 in 1000 or 1 in 10000 will pay at the end for my product.

    This would be really interesting to know, as I have no idea about typical conversion rates.

    • It’s difficult to say Max. Obviously 1 in 100 or 1 in 50 would be great, but it really depends on a lot of variables

  10. I have no words to say thank you to u. You have solved my problem I am struggling for two years. Thanks a lot..

  11. This post really was an eye-opener! Thank you! I’ve always thought Google hates me no matter what SEO tactics I try and even I have over half a million FB followers on the FB page of my main niche, the traffic just doesn’t convert. I think I’m going to do some serious reverse engineering and also check better the Google Analytics…

  12. This is one of the best posts I read this year.

    There is actually a great deal of the need to target keywords related to our products (for those who have). Those who don’t have any can turn on the knob of traffic and expect just anything.

    I now know why subscribers get on the mailing list as though signed up for a rut… No opening of mails and no clicks.

    I learned!

    And I don’t want to fool myself anymore.

    • Knowing the why behind your problem will help you uncover a lot of information that will help you spring forward.

      As you become more clear, you’ll become more and more effective

  13. akshay rohida :

    Proper placement of keywords is much important for better structure, in this article i found some great ways to find proper keywords.

  14. Hi Neil,
    Great Post!
    You know what ? You should open your own Online Marketing University. Your’e simply awesome.
    I’d have never learned so much about online marketing if I had not found your blog.


  15. On reading this article I got an idea how to convert my traffic. Thanks..!!!

  16. Fernando Santos :

    Hey Neil!

    Well, I´ve a Real Estate Webpage with 3.871 SEO visits/month and 3.78% bounce rate and 3.97% conversion rate. How can I know if that rates are great, good, normal or a disaster?

    My pages are:


    *I have to say that since yesterdey I´m using chat in the webs

    Thank u!

    • I think it’s a great start, but I think you need to refine it a bit more so it’s easier on the user experience

  17. Moingsrangti Reang :

    Hey Neil,
    Nice blog post about converting the SEO traffic.As I am a newbie in this bloggng field I feel confuse about this SEO traffic and normal traffic.
    Can you please solve my problem regarding this.

  18. Useful guidelines Neil, thank you. Looks like it boils down to quality versus quantity and quality always wins. Plus, the soccer example is great for starting out in the soccer/football niche business. You have done the research for us 😉

    • AT the end of the day, it comes down to quality. I think there’s a lot of opportunity in many niches, especially sports

  19. Farcas Gelu Danut :

    This article came at the right time, I am developing now a new website with products for moms and babies (affiliate marketing).

  20. Kristine Allcroft :

    I don’t understand your instruction to go “to Google Analytics, and export your content from the “behavior” section, sorted by the amount of organic traffic it drove (add a filter for “search traffic”)”
    Under “behavior” I have “new v returning;” “frequency and recency;” “and engagement.”
    Under which of these would I find the amount of organic traffic?

  21. Thank you! I love reading those advices from you. Trying hard to learn!

  22. Excellent Post, I just love reading your advice. Hoping someday I will taste my success.

  23. Nitin Saini :

    Nice Post Neil

    You share very essential information in your every post.Lots of thanks for these these kinds of post …!!!!

  24. Hi Neil !
    I want to ask you what should I do to increase my traffic double day by day as if it increases today and surely will decrease tomorrow. I am a newbie in blogging and seek your help.

    • You need to blog about something you’re passionate about and promote your content to attract links

  25. Hi Neil, I’ve been in the industry for over a year now and trust me blogs like these are really helpful. Keep up the good work!

  26. Many thanks for sharing this useful information

  27. Goodwill Home Medical :

    Great article Neil. This is definitely something I need to pay more attention to.

  28. Thanks Neil for sharing such a beautiful article. what should be the bounce rate of any site?

  29. Great post Neil!
    These are the surefire ways to convert visitors into buyers.

  30. Good points, Niel, as always. We’re always telling our clients to ignore informative keywords and target the commercial ones (buy… online.. cheap.. etc.) instead both in SEO and AdWords. Yes, those keys have higher cost and competition, but there’s a reason for that.

  31. Hi Neil,

    Very useful information. The example cited with soccer blogger helped me to get a clear idea regarding targeting keywords. Can you please suggest me some good keyword promotion and marketing strategies for my business.

    Thank you in advance.

    • Check out this post Ashna https://www.quicksprout.com/the-advanced-guide-to-content-marketing-chapter-9/

  32. I like this information. I will be adding some internal links and creating more content/pages the might help to leverage more of my successful keywords. Thanks.

  33. This was such a helpful article. Thanks for sharing all the important tips. I’m not getting Any traffic to my website and even considered letting it go in favor of a new one like Weebly. I’m new to SEO and when you talk about content, you mean by blogging, facebook posts etc.?
    I thought Google didn’t track FB posts, just the blogger posts.

    Bookmarking this article to refer back! Your posts are so helpful – thanks!

    • When I talk about content, I mean blogging, facebook posts etc. yes. Even things like videos, or infographics, depending on which environment you are trying to market in.

  34. Leonardo "List Master" LaVito :

    Thanks for sharing, Neil!

    A brilliant, insightful and very helpful article as always! 🙂

  35. Siddique Khan :

    Sir give some suggestion to me , my website is not getting so much traffic .
    I will thank thankful to you , if you give some advice .

    • How often are you blogging? What are you doing to promote your content?

      • Siddique Khan :

        it is about 6 month ago i start my website seo , in seo i do , social media sharing e.g facebook , twitter , pinterest , directory submition , and blog commenting . what should i do to get more back link and more traffic .
        Sir give me some good tips .


  36. Lily Jamatia :

    Hello Neil,
    So learning and doing SEO is not the end of the story, we must learn how to convert as well. Thanks for the useful in-depth knowledge.

  37. Siddaiah Thirupati :

    Hi Neil,

    Persona analysis is a big problem to me, recently I started I niche blogging by taking one keyword “ergonomics” later I was not able to find the targetted customers so I just left that website.

    Analysing buyer persona is very important before choosing to write an article, right now I am more concentrating on improving my analysing power to understand things better.

    Thanks for sharing good information as usual.

    • Once you understand exactly who you’re talking with, your marketing game will change. As you become clear, you’ll notice people responding faster and with more engagement

  38. Gerald Vetter :

    Excellent .. Thanks for sharing this informative article.
    Thanks Neil

  39. George Hudson :

    Hi Neil, I have gone through your stuff several times. Found all those to be very informative for all the SEO’s and Fellow readers. I am a writer and wanted to owe a blog as of you. Wish i could do it earlier.

    • Excellent, I’m glad you find this training material helpful!

      Let me know if you have any questions I can help you with.

  40. aamir saleh :

    Hello Neil,

    Getting Traffic is not a hard task, but to convert them into lead is very toughest job. please can you show any of your blog that helps to get some leads.

    • Try this https://www.quicksprout.com/2015/11/09/triple-your-email-optin-rate-by-using-this-6-step-lead-magnet-creation-process/

  41. Hemang Rindani :

    Consistency between the selected keywords and service offerings is crucial. Agree that funnel should be looked from the bottom and understand what are your offerings and how would you get potential customers. Marketing sometimes go haywire where the focus is on getting more visitors. If you get 1000 visitors and no leads, its useless, but if you have 100 visits and say 5-10 prospects its more then better.

    • It’s all about the quality over quantity. I’d take 5 leads a day than zero with a 1000 visits any day. Cheap traffic is useless

  42. Adeel Akhter :

    The article is simply awesome.

    While reading the funnel section where you suggested to go with reverse process, I had only one question in mind. If we have any product which is kind of generic and we are unable to find exact potential buyers, then?

    Suppose if I make 3D animation videos which is a generic product in a sense that there would be several different segments who might be searching for 3D animation ON and OFF, how can we target one particular segment?

  43. This is a helpful post for trouble shooting regarding seo traffic, I completely agree with this. Thank you for sharing.

  44. Hi Sir,
    I was having trouble in my SEO traffic work before reading this post. It was too challenging for me to convert my seo traffic but your post clarify my all problems.
    Great analysis on this topic!
    Waiting for next update.

  45. I am really having lots of challenges to convert my traffic for http://techsupportleadsprovider.com but I read this post and taken notes for many things which is going to be applied on money site. Just Hoping Good Results. Thanks Neil

  46. Hamza Sheikh :

    Neil, over the years, the only thing I learned about SEO and Lead Conversion is, the better you understand your audience, the better you generate results.

    I have been studying ASO and In-Portal SEO from last 2 and half years to help my local dev / freelancing community grow, and this is something I encounter on daily basis.

    Lots of people begin with a wrong start, and focus on wrong thing. Same goes for local SEO. The better audience segments you create to understand, the more results your campaigns will generate.

    • I think it’s because of the amount of energy it takes to imagine up the nitty gritty segments that are needed to succeed.

      Once you know the formula and know how to implement, than you can replicate it over and over again.

  47. WoW..SEO seems to be real technical….Neil, if I ask you the most important basic 5 elements for SEO set up for a web site..what would that be?


    • Check this out Neha https://www.quicksprout.com/the-beginners-guide-to-online-marketing-chapter-10/

  48. Anil Agarwal :

    Keyword research is the key to organic traffic.

    Most people struggle to get search traffic because they don’t do it at all. Or the people who struggle to make sales even after getting a lot of search traffic, it also might be because they are targeting the WRONG keywords.

    I know keyword research is hard but with tools like LTP, SEMrush etc you can easily find thousands of relevant keywords that increase your traffic and sales.

    Another thing is to do site audit regularly so you know what’s going wrong with your sites. Once you find and fix your site issues, you can start getting massive search traffic.

    Thanks for the share Neil.

    • I think a lot of people are just so focused on getting instant victories, that when they don’t get it, it hinders their forward movement.

  49. Martin Harrison :

    Great post Neil! One of the biggest challenges we have faced has been Google serving information pages, as opposed to specific commercial landing pages set up to serve these queries. IMHO this is just another way of Google attempting to force more people down the Adwords route as opposed to SEO.

    • I’m not sure if they’re trying to force people down adwords, but I do know that the environment is a very competitive field, and getting even more challenging.

  50. alisha bacon :

    I’m working on putting a bunch of SEO practices into effect, and I’ll be keeping your tips in mind. I think that another look at my keywords would be super helpful. I feel like I’m not attracting my ideal client at the moment and I’m looking to change that.

    • That sounds exciting Alisha! If you’re not attracting your ideal client, you may want to take a look at your targeting

  51. Dweepayan Das :

    You explained the topic o.k. We hope to see additional content on this subject from you. Marketers are experimenting methods to A/B take a look at for conversion optimisation. But it is the foundation of basic SEO that you just have detailed. We all have tested completely different keyword teams whereas designing a PPC campaign associate degree there conjointly a possibility for Negative Keywords. Google always provided to take a look at, the best suitable keyword cluster in Terms of Conversion.

    • Your success with a lot of these things are small habits repeated day in and day out.

      The best way to really know is to keep testing your hypothesis and experiment like crazy!

  52. Hi Patel,
    Your great to give instruction about SEO and I always follow your blog and posts. Also these post.

  53. Usaha Siomay :

    Halo Neil….. first, my English is very bad! hopefully you understand y. I use google translate well !. I am people who are learning internet marketing and is one of the many people who admire you. learn internet marketing turns out it takes sacrifice, perseverance, vision and consistency that’s why so many people fail in it. I hope i will keep going past the challenges that have been and will continue to exist. See your track record in this business, was amazing and incredible inspiring !. The questions and my request is ….. please counsel me being able to successfully pass this way as you …. thank you very much Neil!

  54. Neil Patel Fan :

    You provide best resources to learn, i haven’t seen any content writer as you…

    i have learned a lot,

    You have totally changed my life and today i am managing 4 blogs and making 6 figure because of you Neil sir.


    • Wow, good for you!!

      I’m glad I was able to support you throughout your journey 🙂

      Let me know if you get stuck or need help with anything

  55. What is a shorter way of explaining how to rank better on search engine? Is it pick a keyword write about it or using many to write for it at once. Thanks

    • Your not just writing about the keyword, you’re crafting a story that’s entertaining, educational, and inspirational.

  56. Do you know of any tool which can show the foreign SERPs without any VPNs

  57. Shehzada Saleem :

    Great article sir Neil.. still don’t know know get quick moz rank my site da pa is updated but moz rank is still 0.00 ??? is this is improtent for seo ??? and how to gain this

    • There’s no quick way to do it. I would suggest you focus on creating quality content, that is the best way to increase traffic, links etc.

  58. I have no words to say thank you to u. You have solved my problem..Thank you so much!

  59. What an amazing post Neil, Thank you for sharing…

  60. Great article, Neil. You make a good point about tackling SEO backwards…worrying about traffic first, then the numbers. I have first hand experience of this, thanks for all the useful info here.

  61. I think what you are referring to is what I always refer to as ‘intent’. I learned this mainly through trial & error with Adwords – it is easier to realise intent here as the data (keywords etc) is transparent. Unfortunately even with a platform like Adwords it is still really difficult to manage intent, either through exhaustive use of negative keywords (many long tail keyword phrases are one-offs anyway). Unfortunately there doesn’t seem to be a way to mass block [company name], for example. So if I am trying to sell shoes, someone can still find me via a “[insert company/competitor name] shoes” search and still find me, even though they have been perfectly clear that it is not my company shoes they are looking for.

    • Exactly, you want to understand what their intent is, what exactly is it that they’re searching for

  62. canopus web :

    Great post Neil
    Nice blog post about converting the SEO traffic.Thank you!

  63. Peterson Teixeira :

    Yeah Neil, the good of reading this is that I started this approach from day one. Although it seems impossible, from my content I was able to sell marketing projects, business consulting AND coaching.

    It’s like Tim Ferriss says: “You gotta ask yourself: WHY do you need an audience?”
    Sometimes, you don’t even need an audience. You just need to close deals.

    Thanks for the great article man

  64. Hello Neil
    Great information in this post, as content is king, Your user love to read fresh content, as Quicksprout has, I am trying to write unique content to my little blog.

  65. I do agree with your article… And this happens with social media a lot! You will look at companies Facebook page and notice thousand’s of followers and likes. But when they share a post, there is no likes and no engagement.

  66. Awesome post, football and equipment part was great!

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