Blogging is one of the most valuable marketing elements you can have in your toolkit. Not convinced? Check out this list of articles on how you can use blogging in your business. The list spans across several niches/industries.
Blogging is gaining more and more popularity and being used as a marketing strategy by many businesses. Businesses that have blogs usually have more visitors compared to ones that do not. A recent socialmedianews.com.au report shows that WordPress and Blogspot have more than 6 million users combined.
In tomorrow's webinar, Blogging's Biggest Challenges and How to Overcome Them , I'll be talking about the importance of blogging as a part of your marketing strategy, and how it can help you achieve your business goals, from improving your search engine rankings to generating more leads and customers.
19 Reasons Why Your Business Should Be Writing a Blog Blogging is one of the most valuable tools that businesses have to engage with customers and ultimately make their lives easier. If you're not blogging, it's time to get started or get left behind.
There is a saying about luck, "You don't have good luck, you make it." The same thing is true when it comes to inspiration, so how do you stay inspired? For me, inspiration, especially when it comes to blogging lies in habit.
Blogging is extremely valuable to a company's success, even if it's a start-up. Most new companies have very scarce marketing budgets. This is largely due to the fact that many choose to direct resources towards quality control, ensuring their products and services are ready for the market.
According to Hubspot - the marketing software company Here the the Top 3 reasons Why You Need To Blog for your local business Did you know that companies that blog get 55% more web traffic and 70% more leads than those that don't?
If you are not blogging for your business then you should be. While many people simply dismiss blogging because of its description as a web diary they are missi
I know, I know-you're already running a business, writing a book, raising children, and trying to have a life. I get it. But you're here, which means that you're into things like productivity, getting things done, and creating space in your life for the good things. But it's probably not enough.
What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear about a new company or a brand? Without doubt, it is the curiosity to know about it more. To facilitate that, we often find ourselves turning to the Internet to search for the website or a blog of that company.
By Patrick MacNamara, DC I love the quote by Stephen Covey that says, "Everything is created twice." Essentially, what he is saying is that before anything can be physically created, it must be mentally created. So, let's say you want to build a new home. What process do you go through to accomplish your goal?
Does your business website have a blog? If your answer is no, you are missing out on one of the best and most affordable business tools available. There are probably as many personal reasons for blogging as there are bloggers on the internet, but when it comes to business blogging there are some sound business reasons for blogging.
Are you blogging for your business? Lots of small business owners and solopreneurs are. Unfortunately not many are doing it well. According to Blogging.org, here are the stats for just the U.S. (in 2012): 42,000,000 blogs in the US 329 Million people view a blog monthly 25 Billion pages viewed monthly 500,000 daily new posts 400,000 [...]