When you come out with a new product or want sales for an old product, you would want to write a persuasive blog post that encourages people to buy your product. Writing a blog post that describes your product with a Buy Now button at the bottom is not a persuasive blog post, and most of those kinds of blog posts rarely work for your own products.
If you master writing persuasive blog posts, most of your readers will be enticed to buy your product. The first thing you would want to do is tell people your story of creating your product. How did you come up with the idea? How many months of hard work did it take to create your product? How many hours straight did you work on your product? At the end of that paragraph, say, “After several hours, weeks, and months combined, I have finally created my product [name of product].”
After you tell people the name of your product, tell people why your product is special and is not like the others. The mistake many people make is rushing straight to what the product includes. That is the wrong approach. You first need to identify the problems people in your niche face. Then, you need to tell people in your next paragraphs how your product solves the problem. Throwing in a week long discount for the first week is also very helpful.
The persuasive blog post is not another way to say “Buy Me Product.” The persuasive blog post is a way to give people a strong reason why they would want to buy your product. Your sales page will do the job of listing all of the features of your product. Your blog post is just a way to give people a good idea of what your product is, the story behind it, and how this product can solve problems your potential customers face.