Most friends and readers tell you what they think you want to hear.
The commenters of your blog follow the same pattern. Even most spam comments include phrases that praise your blog.
The kind of white lies that will boost your ego but won’t help you in any way.
The fact is that it’s not easy to improve your blog without getting negative feedback from an unbiased third party.
Even if you’re not a beginner, analyzing your baby (your blog, right?) may not move you too many steps forward. You worked so hard on some things and you love your baby that sometimes you may not see the problems, or other times you may see some but…
It’s hard to take drastic decisions that concern that blog. Even if you feel that you should take them. A second opinion, unbiased, may help you move in the right direction.
|Standard Package||Customized Package|
|Complete Audit for One Blog||Partial Audit for One Blog, as per your specific requirements|
|Deliverable to be provided by me: Audit Report, in written form|
|Time of Delivery: within seven business days after receipt of the pieces of information mentioned at 6.4-6.11|
|Price: US$250||Price: on a case by case basis|
Note: Whether you follow or not any or all pieces of advice from my Blog Audit Report is your decision only. If you decide to follow a piece of advice I provided, the actual implementation of that tip will not be done by me. No package includes the work for the actual implementation of the tips on your blog.
The Audit Report will not emphasize or list the sections or areas that are OK from my point of view. It will be focused only on correcting the mistakes, if any, and identifying possible improvements.
On a case by case basis, the Audit Report may include: marketing tips, copywriting tips, social media related tips, blog monetization tips, list building tips, SEO tips, web design tips, etc.
Except for the standard (101) tips or practices, any other tip or assessment will be accompanied by an explanation aimed at helping you understand the reasoning that made me provide that tip or assessment.
However, any tip that requires technical skills for implementation will not include “how to” details. For example, if my piece of advice is to install the plugin “X”, the Audit Report will let you know the link to the page where you can download the plugin but it will not explain how to download the plugin or how to install it.
Should you submit any specific requirement1 (see the section “How to Order a Package”), the Audit Report will be limited to that requirement in case of a Customized Package, but won’t be limited to that requirement in case of the Standard Package.
There is no money back guarantee should the order be fulfilled but the Audit Report and/or your future blog results (traffic, no. of subscribers, income) don’t match your expectations.
There is no guarantee that your future blog visitors will like your content, comment on your blog, share your blog posts, click links on your blog, buy your products or services, or subscribe to your mailing list.
|4. Requirements Regarding Your Blog||5. Requirements Regarding You|
|4.1. Language of your blog: English.
4.2. Your blog should not: a) include sexually oriented materials, b) encourage, promote, facilitate or instruct others to engage in illegal activities, c) promote hate, violence, or racial intolerance.
|5.1. Reasonable command of the English language.|
There is no payment button on this page. The first step is to have your blog accepted.
If you and your blog comply with the requirements mentioned above, please contact me and submit the following pieces of information:
6.1 The address of your blog
6.2 The package you’re interested in
6.3 Your specific requirements, if any.
My email address, for orders or clarification requests:
You’ll receive an answer within maximum 24 hours. Should your blog be accepted, my answer will include a PayPal payment link and the request for the following pieces of information related to your blog:
6.4 Average monthly pageviews and visitors
6.5 Desktop vs mobile vs tablet comparison (% of total monthly pageviews). Example: Desktop 57%, Mobile 33%, Tablet 10%
6.6 Top 5 traffic sources comparison (% of total monthly visitors). Example: Google 30%, Facebook 10%, etc.
6.7 Top 5 most visited blog posts
6.8 Top 5 visitor locations (country only) comparison (%). Example: USA 75%, India 10%, UK 2%, etc.
6.9 Top 10 exit links (links to any web address other than your blog clicked by your visitors) and the average number of monthly hits for each one
6.10 Average number of new email subscribers acquired per month
6.11 Top 3 sources of income generated directly by your blog (% of total monthly blog income)
None of 6.4-6.11 is mandatory, but the more info you provide, the better my assessment of your blog.
Please note that you are NOT required to provide usernames and passwords to your blog or any other accounts related to your blog. Should you send to me such sensitive pieces of information, I will not use them and your order will not be fulfilled but cancelled.
Looking forward to working with you,