Have you ever heard of Neil Strauss?
You probably have if you’re interested in the pickup artist community.
Anyway, several years ago, he put out a book called…
The Game: Penetrating the Secret Society of Pick Up Artists!
That book was on The New York Times Bestseller List for two months from the moment it was published.
The Book Teaches Average Men How to Pick Up Really Hot Women!
Does it work?
Maybe, maybe not.
I mean, it was literally possible to read through it in a day, but whether the techniques it describes actually work depends solely on how much you want to pick up women.
I’m Just Not that Kind of Guy!
Anyway, the interesting thing about Neil Strauss is that he used to be shy with women – that is, until he stumbled across the pickup artist community and became fascinated by it.
Pretty soon, he became a very well-known and universally respected PUA (short for Pick Up Artist) himself and was able to land pretty much any date he wanted.
I’m guessing, you might be thinking…
Why the Hell Am I Telling You All This?
After all, this is not a dating or relationship blog, is it?
Well, because what it teaches in the book can easily be applied to blogging.
You see, within the book…
There’s a Theory Called Peacocking!
Now, in case you don’t know, peacocking is where you put on something outrageous before you go to pick up women, just to get yourself noticed.
It can be anything, really.
A wild-looking pair of shoes, a top hat with goggles on it (I’ve actually seen that one), a crazy color suit… anything.
There are no rules about what you put on, as long as it differentiates you from the other guys.
The point is, you don’t want to look like everyone else, and you do want to make it easy for women to approach you if they want to.
There’s nothing easier than walking up and saying:
“Hey, what’s up with the hat?”
Another thing about peacocking is to show the women around you that you’re not afraid of who you are, and you’re not scared to be different.
It shows them you’re confident in your own skin and don’t really care much about what other people think.
So, How Do You Apply Peacocking in Bogging?
Well, if you think about it, you’ll realize that getting attention of your market is like picking up women in a crowded bar.
You can’t look like everyone else.
There must be something outrageous about you.
Something that will get people’s attention.
Obviously, that’s easier said than done.
Here’s something you can use to make sure you stand out from the rest of your market.
Create a Unique Blog Design or Get a Premium Blog Design!
Let’s talk about creating a unique blog design.
Just like everything in the world, nothing is perfect.
There are advantages and disadvantages to creating a unique blog design.
The main advantage, of course, is that you will stand out from all the other blogs and make yourself somewhat unique in your market.
The disadvantages relate to the fact that creating a unique blog design is not cheap. You have to invest more money for further coding updates if you know nothing about coding.
I have personally hired someone to create a unique blog design in the past.
And when it comes to any major WordPress updates, where the coding need updates as well, you pretty much need to pay someone to update it for you.
So, if you don’t have the money to invest in a unique blog design, I suggest that you get…
A Premium Blog Design!
As always, nothing is perfect.
Although getting a premium blog design is a smaller investment than creating a unique one, not all premium blog designs are high quality.
Most premium blog designs, although they look good, are unresponsive or have limited functionality.
And some might not have been updated for a year or two, and might not be compatible with the current version of WordPress.
So, the best bet is to choose a reputable premium blog design.
I can recommend two reputable premium blog designs:
Let’s Talk About Genesis Framework from StudioPress!
With Genesis Framework (Affiliate Link), all their themes are freaking responsive and mobile-friendly.
And they offer a lot of functionality, from different layouts to multiple adjustments for pages.
You can even change the color of the theme.
I could go on and on, but what you’ve just read describes only a few of the advantages of the Genesis Framework.
If you want to know more, go to their official site at StudioPress.
Next up … Elegant Themes (Affiliate Link) are also freaking responsive and mobile-friendly.
One thing that Elegant Themes (Affiliate Link) does better than Genesis Framework is, it include a powerful customization plugin call the Divi Builder.
Divi Builder is a Visual Drag-and-Drop Builder for Any WordPress Theme!
Although it’s a powerful drag-and-drop builder, it does come with a risk.
And the risk is that if you ever use it, you will have to use it forever.
Here’s what I mean:
Previously, I had used Divi builder and I loved all the customizations I could make to any page.
There’s literally a ton of configurations you can adjust to your liking.
But as I said, everything in this world is not perfect.
Here’s what happens when you change your theme:
You Get Short Codes Everywhere in All Your Pages!
Imagine how many pages you need to go through to strip out all the short codes!
So, using the Divi Builder Plugin means you have to stick with the same theme forever.
With all that said, my friend, you have a watershed decision in front of you right now.
If you’re still using a free theme or the default WordPress Theme, you need to stop reading my blog now.
You Need to Accept the Fact that You are Not Improving Yourself!
Then again, if you’re fighting your way to success, this is the step you need to take now.
So, click the link below and get a reputable premium blog design:
Genesis Framework (Affiliate Link)
Elegant Themes (Affiliate Link)
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