Are you wondering how to extend your online reach? If so you need to ask yourself where blogging fits into your marketing strategy.
What can blogging do for your business? In this video we created you will see 9 reasons you should be blogging.
You might be thinking, "that sounds great but I don't know what to write about." Let's discuss a few topic ideas.
1) Have you read a great business book lately or other book that your readers might be interested in? Why not write a review. Pick out some key points you found of interest. Be honest and let your readers know whether you felt the book was worth the time it took to read it.
2) Is there a product you purchased that your readers might be interested in? If you felt it was worth it let your readers know. If you feel strongly about it you might want to become an affiliate for it. If so, make sure you let your readers know you might be benefiting from any sales that occur.
3) What's trending in your industry? For example I look for articles about visual, video and content marketing. Depending on what I find I can share some of that information with my readers.
Remember, if you need help with creating content that's one of the services I offer:)
What statistic do you find most interesting in the video? Does it make you pumped to keep up with your blogging efforts?
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Toni Nelson - Visual, Video and Content Marketing
Let's take creating this video for example. I will post it on my blog. It will be shared on Facebook, LinkeedIn, Twitter and of course Google+. Where else will I put this for more exposure? YouTube!
What is my goal? To bring people back to my website/blog. That's where people can get to know who I am and what I do.
When you create content for your blog always think of ways you can repurpose it. For example this video can become a written blog post or turned into a quick audio tip for my iTunes podcast.
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