Why blog – here are 10 good reasons why!

Do you need that little bit more convincing to write a blog? Or have you started one and run out of ideas how to add new posts? A blog is great way to tell potential customers who you are, what you do and how you work. And millions of people read them!

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Here are our 10 good reasons to start blogging or to be a better blogger.

  1. Drives traffic to your website regular posts keep your website fresh and insightful and gives people a reason to revisit.
  2. Engage with your audience – aim to provide useful information, ‘how to’ guides, consider how you can solve their business problems.
  3. Makes SEO sense – it’s good for search and you have potential to add keywords to improve search rankings.
  4. Source original content communicate regularly and build up a meaningful relationship to encourage recipients to purchase in time, not immediately!
  5. Collaborate with others – invite guest posts, interview with partners or customers to help maintain interest and interaction.
  6. Establish a reputation – be open and engaging and record real-life experiences to help build trust and encourage referrals.
  7. Share expertise – be passionate about passing on your knowledge, your style can be less formal than a corporate website.
  8. Showcase products – offer ‘behind the scenes’ information about your products and encourage customers to share comments.
  9. Content for newsletters – blogging content can be recycled and used for social media and newsletters.
  10. Add podcasts/videocasts – record interviews and upload YouTube or Vimeo content; embed links to encourage others to pass along.

If you need a blog or want to share ideas about improving your blog, mention them in the comments section below or share on Twitter.

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