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The ultimate guide to blogging for your business
One suggestion I always give new clients is to have a consistent and engaging blog that provides value by addressing their customers’ needs, entertains them, and uses smart SEO tactics to rank higher in search engines.
Yes, a blog can do each of these things for your business, and this post will show you how.
Why am I offering all of this free information on how to create a blog for your business if it’s a service I sell?
Well, for one, I want to see you succeed. For real. I strongly believe in the power of small businesses to contribute to local and larger economies, providing goods and services on a level where “customer service” is still a value.
But also, I get it. Not every business owner is at the place where she or he is looking to hire an…
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Whether or not people keep returning to your blog depends not just on your content, but also on your personality and how well you express it.
In my last post, I shared with you 23 “Bad” Blogging Habits. Following from that, I want to talk a bit about the traits I keep seeing in well-liked bloggers.
By well-liked, I mean a blogger who is followed, Liked, and shared, and whose posts always leave us feeling that we’ve gained something from them.
Nurturing these traits can make us all not just better bloggers, but better writers – an invaluable lifelong skill.
So, what traits am I talking about?
Authenticity means being you. It doesn’t mean being obnoxiously personal or narcissistic.
It means blogging in a voice that comes naturally to you. A voice that’s not made up, but which isn’t as rough as pure speech or pure thought either.
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If you’re a blogger, it can be difficult to keep coming up with things to write about. So here are a few blog post ideas for those of you who run writing blogs like me. Maybe they’ll also spark some article ideas for other types of bloggers too!
1) Share your writing space
Do you have a study, or are you tucked away under the stairs? Maybe you’ve got a room in the garden or perhaps it’s the good old-fashioned kitchen table.
2) Tips to get over writer’s block
We’ve all been there and we all have different ways to get over the dreaded writer’s block, so why not share yours?
3) Your favourite writers
Choosing your favourite book is kind of like choosing your favourite child! Picking your top authors is somewhat easier and could inspire someone to try reading them.
4) Best writing blogs/websites
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