An editorial calendar or a few new interns won't solve your content problems, because in order to create the right content for the right people, you need a plan. And we can help you make one!
You’re hitting your flow, blogging up a storm about your company’s latest updates, intriguing industry news, and your most noteworthy musings. You hit the submit button, knowing your loyal readers will be eager to share your latest post with their friends and send that fresh knowledge out into the universe.
But when you check all your social media channels the next day, it’s like your post was never published. There was not a pin or a tweet or a Facebook post sharing your content. How do you get your readers to take the next step from reading your posts to sharing them on their favorite social media platform?
You’ve finished writing your blog post and the hard part is over... or so you thought! Time to put the metaphorical icing on the cake of your post with a title that will titillate your audience.
Coming up with a blog post title can be both infuriating and fun. How do you write the perfect one that reflects your personality but also reflects your audience?
Last week, we talked about everything that goes into deciding to start a blog. (And yes, that link does take you to a blog post about blogging. #NextLevel!)
Now that you’ve decided to take on the challenge, let’s talk about what you’ll put in those posts. Use these tips to take yourself from tentative brainstorming to blogging badassery.
So you’re thinking about starting a blog. We mean, why not, right? 35% of businesses blog at least once every month.
Blogging isn't new, we know. But it's still can be a useful way to get your expertise and your brand out to your audience, as well as draw users to your website and offerings. It gives you a way to continually update your website and think about your content, while allowing you to tell your story and show off your personality in creative ways.
But before you decide to trade in your pen and type your thoughts, make sure you understand what you’re committing to before your blogging dream turns into blogging dread.