Does your blog get consistent results? Do you steadily increase subscribers? Do you make daily sales or profit from your blog?
Most people are looking for consistent results from their blog. But most people are far from it. And the reason why might surprise you but its a simple formula.
Consistent inputs = Consistent Outputs
Now, the key thing to note here is that not all outputs are good results. The results are based on the inputs that you put in. So if your efforts on the front-end are bad, so will the outputs. But without trying things you will never know that. And when you put in consistent efforts on the front-end you will know whether or not something is either good or bad. This allows you to make changes, and alter things until you find a consistent process that works.
How Inputs Impact Your Blog
Every input that you put into your business is going to have an output. So if you are not consistently inputting things you are not going to get a consistent an output.
So what does this input output information mean for our blog?
If you want to grow your blog traffic it is going to require consistent input. This might be creating content for your blog. It might be guest posting on other blogs. It might be paying for traffic. Whatever it maybe it has to be a consistent input. A consistent effort that you fine-tune overtime to get consistent output or consistent results.
Using Inputs To Improve
And like I said every input is going to have an output. Does this mean that every input is going to get great results? Absolutely not. What every input is going to do is give you a result a result that you can use to grow. A result that you can use to get better. And this is why consistent input is going to help you consistently create great results.
With consistency you can see patterns. Patterns that you can make decisions from.
Consistently sending traffic to a squeeze page will allow you to analyze that traffic. Is your squeeze page converting? You can test multiple headlines, multiple images. You can test multiple traffic sources. Without consistency you cant do that. You would be on to the next thing before you gave it the amount of effort need to improve.