Sometimes it’s best to just start writing. Sometimes, the best approach is just to start typing, letting your thoughts meander gracelessly on the page. It’s funny how often those wandering words will suddenly start to coalesce, take shape, and become a clear thesis and narration seemingly on their own.
Does it strike you as curious that some of the most vocal about establishing a niche are all blogging about increasing your social media prominence? Or, more accurately today, podcasting, webcasting, video conferencing and writing via internet tools to sell a “unique” product or service that will show how “you too can get the secrets…
Learning the characteristics of technical writing may prove quite important for the reader usability of your business blog. In her three post series last year, “Tips and Tricks I Learned as a Technical Writer,” Neicole M. Creapeau went in to extensive detail about technical writing and its application to your blog. Read her series in the following links:
Companies that utilize transparent practices are more successful than companies that shy away from expressing their brand personality and business practices.
Many business people have realized the value of blogs as a means for them to share their expertise, and establish their credibility with an audience of the buying public.
Marketing your business blog takes consistency, persistence and constant fresh content. Creating new content and posting frequently will help encourage your readers to come back for more, not to mention the boost you’ll get from search engines.