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Hi, This is Mohammad Khan. Founder & CEO of Bloogle01.com. I've created many successful 6 figure marketing funnels for my clients, specialize in super addictive copywriting & business growth hacks! AMA.

Mohammad Khan
May 14, 2018

If you ask me, "Marketing & business growth are like super lovers who just can't live without each other."

And I'm that friend who is helping to get the two of them back together.

You guessed it right, I am a passionate digital marketer who helps businesses to grow.

That's why I created a solid reference course/ebook called "TWISTED MARKETING", using which you can literally sell anything online.

I've helped many tumbling businesses to go from scratch to scrapper & created many sponsored events as a micro influencer on Twitter.

In this world where people have forgotten how to laugh, my motivational quotes & videos are keeping the fire alive in their hearts.

I've created many successful 6 figure marketing funnels for my clients, specializes in super addictive copywriting & business growth hacks.

You can also find my contagious content on bloogle01.com/blog.

Don't feel shy.

Ask me anything! Whether it's Marketing, sales, SEO, Growth Hacks or anything related to your business.

I'd love to help.

Official Twitter handle:- @danish_0786

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How much time do you think advertisers need to allocate on a regular basis to optimization techniques, and how should they divvy up their time for maximum effect?
May 18, 7:21PM EDT0
What kinds of businesses should focus on local advertising?
May 18, 4:28PM EDT0
Is it better to recruit a growth hacker or hire a growth hacking company?
May 18, 2:01PM EDT0
What are the advantages of growth hacking for startups?
May 18, 11:06AM EDT0
As a professional copywriter, how many times do you fix your copy until you actually finish it?
May 17, 11:20PM EDT0
As a copywriter, where are the best online marketplaces for copywriters to find gigs, or do you prefer to do cold pitches?
May 17, 1:16AM EDT0
What are your some tips for becoming an exceptional copywriter?
May 16, 11:15PM EDT0
Without using Dropbox, Facebook, and Hotmail, what are your favorite viral loops in the market?
May 16, 8:00PM EDT0
What is involved in writing a great SEO copy?
May 15, 5:37AM EDT0

Hi Jodelhat, 

SEO is indeed a great source to bring traffic to any site but it's not child's play. It takes a lot of time & hard work to get on the first page of Google.

Because if you're not on the first page, no one cares how good your content is.

According to SEO hacker, only 10% people or even less than that go to the second page of google search results. 

You need a planned strategy to grow your traffic with SEO. 

However, I'm sharing most important content strategies but remember SEO won't start working overnight, it'll take time to gain a steady traffic.

So here are the most effective SEO strategies.

  1. Write Great Content: While content alone isn’t everything, it is a big part of the picture, and great content can dramatically improve your chances of a great SEO ranking. When writing content, make sure it’s relatable to the user/reader, is original, and is written for your website and your purposes. Since you know your business better than anyone, writing content that describes your product, your services, or your business updates should buy right up your alley.
  2. Keep New Content Coming: Another tip for optimizing your content is to be constantly posting new content. Search engine robots love new content, and your readers will, too.
  3. Use Headings: Another thing that search engines love is big text, so make sure you use headings and subheadings in your writing and make sure you make the text larger or bolded. Another tip: use keywords within the heading, which will kill two birds with one stone. 
  4. Meta description & keywords: Your meta description & keywords are literally the keys to your success. It's the content which tells bots what your content is all about & how it'll look to users.
  5. Optimize the Text: You can optimize existing text simply by adding a few key content optimization devices. Title tags, meta descriptions, meta keywords, and URLs are all a great way to get your content noticed by search engines.
  6. Optimize Images: People love images, and consumers often spend as much time searching for photos as they do text. As such, make sure you’re up to speed by optimizing all images within your content. Add alt tags, which serve as alternate text; use image tags, which are the words that show up when a user scrolls over an image; and make sure the file size of your images has been adjusted properly to ensure that all images load and view properly.
  7. Optimize Videos: Like images, great headings, and other graphics or bold colors, videos grab the readers’ attention and help to keep them hooked. If you don’t have your own videos to upload, you can use websites such as YouTube to find great clips that can be embedded into your site. As always, use good keywords in your videos’ title, descriptions, and tags; share videos on social media sites; and use a video as a call to action or another way to drive sales.
  8. Stop Writing for Search Engines: Believe it or not, most search engine robots can tell when you’re writing content specifically for search engine optimization and not for the user, which hurts your ranking. Instead of focusing exclusively on keywords, over-linking, or creating content that’s low quality just for the purpose of publishing, relax, take a breath, and back-off from over optimizing. Focusing on content that is natural sounding and useful will get you a long way, and then optimizing after that by doing the things mentioned above is key.
  9. Use Social Media: If you posted your blog on Facebook or Twitter once and then gave up on it, you’re not doing your best to optimize your page. Social media is very important when it comes to content optimization, and simply posting a link isn’t enough. Rather, build relationships with relevant users and connections through social media sites, share other users’ content too, provide feedback, and use your social media site for more than just posting.
  10. Keep it Clean: Finally, know that a search engine won’t publish anything that’s hard to find or illegal to post. As such, make sure you keep your code clean and organized, using HTML and CSS layouts, which help search engines, find your content efficiently. Additionally, know that anything illegal (unlawful use of copyrighted content) won’t be published. For best results, use your own content, and be creative to avoid raising any red flags.

SEO is a really huge concept, the more you do, the more you learn.

But remember, you need some good analytics tools to analyze your optimization like google analytics, Quick sprout or crazy egg.

Remember if SEO is the door to success, then analytics is the key to that door.

Without analytics, it's not possible at all.

I can write on & on & on a full day but I guess these tricks are pretty much the base for a highly SEO optimized site.

Thanks

May 15, 7:55AM EDT0
What do you need to know about a project before you start writing?
May 15, 3:55AM EDT0

Hi Irish, 

In your question, you didn't mention what kind of project you're talking about.

Is it a blog, an email, a landing page or something else.

So, let me give you some brief guidelines which apply to almost everything. These are the must-know points to ask your clients before starting a project.

1. What is the goal of the project?

You want to ask this question so you can keep your team focused on a single goal & devise a project strategy that is achievable.

2. What is the project deadline? What are the factors or events that are calling for that date?

Every project has a deadline.

Sometimes they’re arbitrary, other times they’re related to a big event, meeting, campaign, or something that will require you to be 100% done. Use an event project management software like TeamGantt, to make sure you get everything completed.

Don’t just take the deadline and create a plan that could or could not make it. Create a plan that is based on the urgency of a final date and keep that insight.

3. How will you and your client determine if the project is successful?

Why not set your team up for success?

If you have a goal in mind and some metrics around those goals, you and your clients can determine what will make the project a success.

One simple question can help set your team up for success in the form of client referrals, additional projects, and more.

4. Who owns the project? Who else is on your project team?

Every project has an owner. It might be the person you’re talking to. It might be that person’s boss.

No matter what, you need to know who’s going to give you final approval—and who’s going to sign those checks. No matter what you do, you want to be sure that the owner of the project is looped in and informed at the right steps.

Ask this question and sort those details out before you start work. no matter what, you need to know who’s going to give you final approval—and who’s going to sign those checks.

On a tight budget? Use TeamGantt’s powerful free project management software, to indicate who’s responsible for what tasks.

5. Has your team discussed who will be the main point of contact and how you will handle the feedback process?

If you’re accepting client feedback and iterating on any of your deliverables, you want to be sure that you’ve made your clients think about that process.

There is nothing worse than receiving 5 sets of conflicting feedback and having to sort through it all—it’ll confuse you, annoy you, and set your timeline on fire.

Talk about the feedback process and set expectations early on about how you’d like to receive feedback, and who should be involved.

6. Are there any dates when you will be closed or not available?

Imagine this: you’re ready to present the biggest deliverable of the project and your client declines the meeting because their company will be closed for a staff meeting.

Your plan is thrown off and you’re not sure how you’ll make that final deadline. You can easily avoid that situation—and many others—by simply asking for a peek at your client’s calendar.

(You also might want to ask this question again mid-way through the project, because schedules change often!)

7. Has your team been through a project like this in the past?

History can teach us a lot when it comes to running projects. If your clients have run similar projects, they might be able to share some insight on how to make things run smoothly.

The more you can learn about what does and does not work when it comes to running projects within your client organization, the better prepared you’ll be to create a process that will work for them and make you look like a total pro.

8. Is there anything that would prevent the project from being successful?

Risks or issues are inherent in any project, and as a PM it’s your job to predict project risks, then seek and destroy them if possible.

Why not ask your clients what risks they might see before you even get started. There’s no shame in starting a project with the upper hand!

Plus, keeping your clients happy will make you happy while you keep things on track.

9. Are there any points in the process that some stakeholders might not understand that we can explain?

It’s not uncommon to educate your clients about your work. This may come in the form of presenting your plan and explaining your process and each deliverable.

It might mean you have to explain the intent of a deliverable before you present it. Either way, knowing just how much effort you should put into explaining things will help you to form a trusting relationship with your clients and set you up as the expert.

10. Is there a preferred mode of communication?

You’re going to be in touch with your clients multiple times a week, whether that be by phone, email, instant messenger, carrier pigeon, what have you.

The thing is, you want to be sure you’re getting in touch with your clients via the mode of communication that will get their attention.

Ask what works best for them and adapt your style to get what you need from your clients (or just tell them how you want to communicate and see if they’re ok with that). 

Project management software that allows you to easily share project progress with clients also helps.

Furthermore, if you're not sure about your client's requirements, ask these questions to clarify your doubts.

1. What do you want people to do when they visit your site? What is the #1 thing?

2. Who is your target audience? Are there any distinctive customer segments you are targeting that differ from each other?

3. What does your “bread and butter” customer look like at this point in your business? What does your ideal customer of the future look like?

4. What is your primary value proposition? What makes you THE choice in your niche?

5.  What is your core offer? Describe the product or explain the process.

6. What are the primary emotional benefits that have tended to resonate the most with customers?

7. What are the primary analytical points, case studies, or figures that have prompted a “wow” response?

8. What aspect of your pitch has been, in your opinion, the most effective at selling customers on your business?

9. What are the primary problems and challenges customers come to you to solve?

10. Do you have direct competitors that you are wanting to outperform?

11. How are you better than your competitors?

12. In addition to direct competitors, are there any alternative options your potential customers are considering?

13. How are you better than those alternatives?

14. How do people typically find your website? Name all traffic sources that make 15% or more of incoming traffic.

15. What sort of tone and brand image do you wish to project?

16. Are there any businesses that you want to emulate in some way?

17. What is your favorite thing about your business?

18. What is your favorite thing about your customers?

19. How many people will be involved in providing feedback on my copywriting?

20. Is there anything else you feel I should know while writing your copy?

I strongly believe that after this you don't have to worry about what you've to ask your clients.

Thanks.

Last edited @ May 15, 5:16AM EDT.
May 15, 4:57AM EDT1
What aspect of your pitch has been, in your opinion, the most effective at selling customers on your business?
May 14, 8:27PM EDT0

Hi Maja91,

If you ask me about selling then pitching seems a very harsh word to me.

I rather prefer to understand my client's problems & help them out without being pushy, many a times I've solved their problems free of cost.

However, If you're facing issues in closing deals here are some hardcore strategies to help you out.

These strategies have been tried & tested by many big brands like Amazon, Alibaba. etc.

So, let's start.

1. Keep your introduction succinct.

Don't begin the pitch with a long recitation about yourself, your achievements, your company's history, and so on.

This information is readily available on the internet and your prospects probably have looked at it already. Start with a brief summary & quickly move to more engaging content.

2. Show self-assurance.

Confidence sells and buyers are often as attracted to the seller as to the product.

Avoid doubt in a pitch. Never say, "it is my goal" or that you "hope" for something.

Use key phrases like "it will." Exude belief in your product.

3. Sell value, not price.

Value beats price, so it's essential to hammer home the value of your product.

Sellers have a tendency to over-focus on price up front. But zeroing in on the concrete value that customers get out of a product is much more important.

4. Back up your product.

Buyers always want to know that you stand behind your product both from a value and technical sense.

The key to business success is not just selling your product to one customer, but to build throngs of loyal customers. You get there by ensuring the product exceeds customers' expectations.

Use guarantees to assure customers they won't be left in a lurch if problems develop, and that they can walk away without losing money.

This approach works well online, because you usually do business with people you don't know or don't see, and thus, you don't have any idea of what you should expect past the purchasing stage.

5. Make sure your solution solves real problems.

Go all out to make sure potential customers can see how essential the magnitude of the problem that your product solves. If there's no real problem, there's no need for a solution.

6. Get ahead of potential problems.

Every product has shortfalls. Try to anticipate reservations that potential customers may have and address them proactively.

This could help you close the deal and avoid any dissatisfaction down the line.

These strategies have proven to bring results & will increase your growth to a large extent, start using them today.

Cheers

May 15, 5:14AM EDT0
Why is involvement in social media integral to the success of a copywriter?
May 14, 3:03PM EDT0

Hi Kaltrinabunjaku,

As far as I believe, social media is the heart & soul of any business whether it's online or offline.

It puts you in front of people who are willing to buy from you. 

And one thing which I've learned from my experience as a digital marketer & copywriter is that no matter what business are you in, there are some things which never change.

 And social media is one of them. You need it at all costs.

So, let's see how can you use social media to grow as a copywriter.

Improved brand awareness

Social media is one of the most stress-free and profitable digital marketing platforms that can be used to increase your business visibility.

To get started, create social media profiles for your business and start networking with others. By applying a social media strategy, it will help you significantly increase your brand recognition.

By spending only a few hours per week, over 91% marketers claimed that their social marketing efforts greatly increased their brand visibility and heightened user experience.

Undoubtedly, having a social media page for your brand will benefit your business and with regular use, it can also produce a wide audience for your business in no time.

Cost-effective

For an advertising strategy, social media marketing is possibly the most cost-effective way.

Creating an account and signing up is free for almost all social networking platforms but if you decide to use paid advertising on social media, always start small to see what you should expect.

Being cost-effective is important as it helps you attain a greater return on investment and hold a bigger budget for other marketing and business payments.

Just by investing a little money and time, you can significantly increase your conversion rates and ultimately get a return on investment on the money that you primarily invested.

Engage with your customers

Social media is a good way for engaging and interacting customers. The more you communicate with the audience, the more chances you have of conversion.

Set up a two-way communication with your target audience so that their wishes are known and their interest is catered with ease.

Moreover, communication and engagement with customers is one of the most important ways to win their attention and convey them your brand message.

Thus, your brand will reach more audience in real terms and gets itself established without any hassle.

Improved brand loyalty

When you have a social media presence, you make it easier for your customers to find you and connect with you.

By connecting with your customers through social media, you are more probable to upsurge customer retention and customer loyalty.

Since developing a loyal customer base is one of the main goals of almost any business. Customer satisfaction and brand loyalty typically go hand in hand.

It is essential to often engage with your customers and start developing a bond with them. Social media is not just limited to introducing your product, it is also a leading platform for promotional campaigns.

A customer sees these platforms as service channels where they can directly communicate with the business. 

Healthier customer satisfaction

Social media plays a vital role in networking and communication platform. With the help of these platforms, creating a voice for your company is important in improving the overall brand image.

Customers appreciate the fact that when they post comments on your page, they receive a modified reply rather than a computerized message.

A brand that values its customers, takes the time to compose a personal message, which is perceived naturally in a positive light.

Marketplace awareness

One of the best ways to find the needs and wants of your customers instead of directly communicating with them is Marketplace awareness.

It is also considered as the most valuable advantage of social media. By observing the activities on your profile, you can see customers’ interest and opinions that you might not know otherwise if you didn’t have a social media presence.

As a complementary research tool, social media can help you get information and a better understanding of your industry.

Once you get a large following, you can then use additional tools to examine other demographics of your consumers.

More brand authority

For making your business more powerful, brand loyalty and customer satisfaction both play a major role, but it all comes down to communication.

When customers see your company posting on social media, especially replying to their queries and posting original content, it helps them build a positive image in their minds.

Regularly interacting with your customers proves that you and your business care about them.

Once you get a few satisfied customers, who are vocal about their positive purchase experience, you can let the advertising be done for you by genuine customers who appreciated your product or service.

Increased traffic

One of the other benefits of Social Media is that it also helps increase your website traffic.

By sharing your content on social media, you are giving users a reason to click-through to your website.

On your social account, the more quality content you share, the more inbound traffic you will generate while making conversion opportunities.

Enhanced SEO rankings

Social media presence is becoming a vital factor in calculating rankings. These days, to secure a successful ranking, SEO requirements are continuously varying.

Therefore, it is no longer enough to simply optimize your website and regularly update your blog.

Businesses sharing their content on social media are sending out a brand signal to search engine that speaks to your brand validity, integrity, and consistency.

If you start using these ideas, you can easily create your presence felt on different social media channels.

There more you will be seen, the more you'll grow.

You can thanks me later.

Cheers

May 15, 6:00AM EDT0

What suite of tools do you use to measure engagement?

May 14, 2:42PM EDT0
What kind of content do you produce as a micro influencer and copywriter?
May 14, 10:31AM EDT0
Why is it important to determine what type of followers a micro influencer has prior to hiring them?
May 14, 8:33AM EDT0
What do you consider to be the most difficult part of content marketing?
May 14, 5:20AM EDT0

Ooo, that's a great question Nour, thanks for reaching out.

I'll keep it short & sweet cause the list is long.

See, different people find difficulty in different areas of content marketing.

Some of the major problems which my clients face are:-

1. Keeping Content Powerful And Unique

2. Insufficient Resources

3. Keeping Content Engaging

4. Measuring Content Effectiveness

5. Creating And Maintaining an Effective Publishing Schedule

6. Identifying Buyer Persona Pain Points

7. Growing Competition

However, If you ask me personally there is no such thing as difficult.

It's just about what is your priority in content marketing.

If you're lagging in a certain part of your marketing strategy, you just have to do some research & find out what's wrong or missing then made changes accordingly..

For example, if your content is not getting reach, find what's wrong maybe it's the platform, maybe it's the wrong audience selection or something else. Just find out & make changes accordingly.

May 14, 5:35AM EDT0
Who are leaders you see developing in your current staff at Bloogle01.com and how do you cultivate their development?
May 14, 4:27AM EDT0

Hi Terika, 

Yes, we are hiring & growing fast. You'll hear some names in the near future.

Terika, One of my elder sisters once said to me that "if a person has committed to do something, he'll do it at all cost."

That's the culture I adopted in here at bloogle01.

"No matter how solid the walls are, water will always find its way out."

From the development point of view, I guess, it's more about experience & regular training.

Thanks 

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May 14, 5:53AM EDT0
How do you go about adapting your writing style to accommodate the specific brand voice of various clients?
May 13, 7:56PM EDT0

Ainejel,

Adapting to the culture of a brand is really important, many brands fail in it miserably.

That's why these things should be clearly discussed in the early stages of your conversation with your client so that you can understand exactly what your client is looking for.

For example, if a high profile diamond brand is looking for your help then you should ask clearly what they want, whether it's a young voice theme, a family theme or a husband-wife theme.

And you can plan your strategy accordingly.

Thanks

May 14, 6:02AM EDT0
How are problems at Bloogle01.com surfaced to you and other leaders and how do you handle said problems?
May 13, 7:44PM EDT0

Hi, 

Here at bloogle01, I focus on creating a good reporting system.

All things have an interconnected structure so that if something is not working, it shows in the analytics system.

For example, if a lead generation strategy is not bringing desired results, the system gives a clear indication of where is the problem, is it the landing page or CTA or something else.

And the appropriate action is taken accordingly.

Thanks

May 14, 6:09AM EDT0
How do you decide what tone to use with a particular piece of writing?
May 13, 6:53PM EDT0

Hi Prerna,

Interesting question.

Well, it depends on a lot of factors like who is your audience, what is your niche, what is your intent for writing.

You can also do a little research on different styles of copywriting & come up with something based on your requirements.

So, whenever you start writing for something ask yourself:-

What is your end goal for writing this?

For example, if you're writing a sales email.

Then you're pretty sure that you want your customers to click on that link to reach out to your landing page.

And hence, your whole copy will be written & pitched with a whole purpose to guide your readers to click that CTA or link on your email.

Similarly, if you're creating a landing page you'll share benefits & features of the product to convince your readers to buy from you.

It wasn't that hard, was it?

Thanks

May 14, 6:26AM EDT0
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