Tips for Writing on Your Small Business Blog

Tips for Writing on Your Small Business Blog

Maintaining a small or mid-size business blog isn’t always easy, especially when it comes to writing new blog posts. You will need to come up with original and interesting content that will make your readers want to come back for more.

Writing original content on a regular basis can help to build up a customer base, and inform clients about upcoming product launches, the goods and services you are promoting, and other company information, like moving to a new office or having a new employee.

What you write about will depend on the nature of your business, but there are a few ideas you can employ that will drive more people to your pages, which in turn can have a positive effect on the entire company.

1. Keep your business blog original

Lets start off with something more general that applies to all industries.

Well, the first rule is to keep it fresh. Original content can be a great way to improve the ranking of your pages on search engine algorithms.     Creativity BoomMedia Labs

Google and other search engines favour delicious new content they’ve never heard about before.

For you and your business, be it consulting, education or ecommerce, this means writing posts on a regular basis about your company and industry will yield you results. Like more leads, increased buyer traffic and growing opportunities in general.

2. Reflect current affairs in your industry niche

One way to keep your blog up-to-date is to reflect news and current affairs that pertain to your business brand and industry.

For example, if you own an online shop and a blog selling clothes, write about any recent industry developments or news stories that will interest your demographic.

Did Angelina Jolie show more leg at the Oscars’? Write about it! How can Emma Watson wear these dresses to the premiere? Your customers want to read about this on your blog too!

You want to post your opinion about that recent news story, and then encourage people to give their views at the bottom of the blog article.

This can be a great way for you to converse with your customer base, and can be a great promotional tool – especially if you tie in the news story with your business brand.

You will also want your blog posts to start “trending” on social media sites, so think of great articles that will ignite debate and get more people to find out about your products.

The more controversial it gets, the more resonance it gets within the community.

Encourage your readers to share their favorite blog posts that you have written, or to leave a comment at the bottom of the page.

3. Keep customers up-to-date with the business on your blog

You should keep your customers up-to-date about the business, which can only strengthen the relationship.

Let your readers go beyond simple consumerism, write about what happens behind the curtains of your brand.

Post pictures about an upcoming product that you are going to launch to drum up interest, let your readers take part in the making-of process of your new video or post photos of members of staff or the company headquarters.

For people to buy into the brand, they will need to find out more information, so try and be as open and transparent as you can with them.

Writing blog posts about this will open up your brand anatomy for your audience and show them how much you love what you do and how much you care about your readers.

On to you, what do you think a business owner should write in his posts? Does he have to write at all?

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