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Seriously, you should use the Skyscraper Technique (linked below) and research your industry’s case study results – then take advantage of the low hanging fruit. If nothing else, you’ll have highly motivating examples of your work to include in sales proposals and follow-up emails to potential clients.
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SEO Case Study #1: From Zero to 50,000 Visitors in One Month.
What stood out the most about this case study.
Use tools such as Boardreader and Omgili (stands for ‘Oh My God I Love It’) to find forums with questions relevant to your niche.
SEO tools, actionable tactics, or secret tricks?
Use tools like BuzzSumo, Ahrefs, or Moz’s Open Site Explorer to plug in your competitors URLs and keywords that describe your main services or products. These tools provide a broad look at who is talking about similar topics and identify the most popular topics, products, services, etc.
After you publish a new piece of content reach out via social media or email to any authors or influencers you mentioned in the post and give them a link to the article. Typically, they’ll feel flattered and share your content to a MASSIVE audience. Assuming your content is great!
Average read time: 2 minutes and 27 seconds: That’s how much time people spent reading the 2,286-word-long case study. When he reduced the word count down to 615 words, people spent 2 minutes and 18 seconds reading it. (Only 9 seconds less than the long version!)
SEO Case Study #4: From 0 to 1 Million Pageviews in 12-Months.
The original version of this case study was over 2,000 words, but has since been trimmed to just over 600 words and performs better than ever. Neil found that people don’t actually read his case studies so by keeping it tight and utilizing headlines, images and bullets he gained more traction.
Follow this infographic from Copy Tactics for topic selection and a content marketing process guaranteed to help find your best opportunities:
If you’re like some bloggers you’ll reach 2,000 unique visitors within the first couple months!
You can also search for forum threads on Google. Just type in any one of the following string searches plus your keyword: “Powered by Phbb” your keyword “Powered by vBulletin” your keyword “Powered by SMF” your keyword “powered by IPB” your keyword “powered by PunBB” your keyword.
SEO Case Study #3: How I Used a Case Study to Grow My Sales by 185%
You’ll need to have written a decent amount of quality posts on your own blog before being accepted.
It was the first time I read such a thorough example for how to utilize Product Hunt for generating new leads.
The lack of depth and transparency for most case studies provides an amazing opportunity for anyone looking to sell SEO services. (Through promotion of your own case study!)
Using the case study by itself didn’t increase leads nearly as much as his landing pages, or even homepage, but drastically helped close more leads in the long run.
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Case Study: 111x Traffic in 4 Months.
When I checked Ahrefs to see how this site was doing the day after Christmas (one can only handle so much family time after all), I honestly thought that the traffic graph was bugging out. It was showing a line going straight up to a level of traffic that just seemed.