If you're blogging, and especially if you have your blog hooked up to automatically post to Twitter (use TwitterFeed.com to do this) and Facebook (then connect your professional page to Twitter and your new blog posts will post to your FB page), you'll want to give your blog readers an easy way to say YES to learning more from you.
Here's a super easy way to do this:
At the end of every blog post include one sentence that invites them to sign up for your ezine (email newsletter), or if you don't have one, to sign up to Feedburner (set up your blog at Feedburner.com - it's free) to receive everyone of your blog posts by email.
Here is an example:
Like what you read? Then sign up for my marketing and work-for-yourself lifestyle tips for wellness pros and you'll also receive a FREE CD on the most in-demand and most profitable niches in wellness right now : http://www.wellpronet.com/programs/free-cd/
I include a link to a page on my website that is designed to inspire people to join my newsletter. I write out the full link just in case the link breaks on Facebook or on the other places my blog posts automatically.
And if I have a current promotion, I would add another line to invite them to check out that program, like this:
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Hope this helps!
About the Author and WellProNet.com: Karin Witzig Rozell has been teaching health and wellness professionals how to grow their business since 2003. She started as a nutrition counselor who knew a lot about nutrition, but not a whole lot about business and marketing. After learning some tough lessons she cracked the code and now her passion is transforming practitioners into profitable business owners who have a great life too.
She is the founder of Wellness Professional Network, the go-to place for practitioners to learn the real-life business skills they didn’t teach in wellness school.