Blogging Your Business: A Brief How-To


A website is no longer the only way to get your business more online visibility.

Business blogs have emerged as new and effective marketing channels besides their business’s primary websites, but rarely are they fully utilised as connected business channels.

Here are a few key steps to consider when building a successful business blog.

Plan Your Content For Your Audience:

Before launching your blog, decide the type of content you want to create and who your target audience is.

Whether your target audience is existing or potential clients, it is wise to plan out some categories of content you want to produce and a uniform writing style to apply across all your blog posts.

As blogs are used for interactive and social purposes, writing in an informative yet conversational tone is often preferred. Ensure your content is always relevant to your intended audience and that your readers will be engaged with and learn new things about your industry and your business through your blog posts.

Blog Frequently And Consistently:

If you are just starting a new blog, it is essential to attract as much traffic as possible and optimise your business’ online presence, and thus, it is best to blog frequently. Publishing blog posts often and consistently will increase your chances of attracting new clients through search engine activity.

However, it is also essential to have a sustainable blogging schedule and workload, as consistent high-quality uploads to your blog are crucial to establishing your online presence and maintaining your readers’ expectations in you to produce valuable content.

Open Your Blog To Interaction/Shareability:

Like social media, one of the main purposes of having a blog is to improve communication between you and your clients. By minimising the gap between you and your customers, your business can perform market research more accurately and better understand your client’s wants, any problems within the business and how you can better grow as a company.

A blog must be interactive and shareable online for clients to respond to and communicate with you to achieve these results. Interactive measures could include comment sections, links to social media accounts for readers to share a blog post to liking or bookmarking options, and many others. To ensure that your clients know you value their efforts to reach out, reply directly to any comments on your blog to improve customer relations.


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