So you want to start a blog; great! One of the toughest questions that both new and experienced bloggers ask is how frequently they should be posting. It’s a tough question to answer. There’s no real formula for success, no magic number.
Blogs have become incredibly popular in recent years, and it seems like every business has one. But what exactly is a blog? And how does it contribute to your marketing strategy?
Do you take the same bit of writing in Comic Sans as seriously as you do when it’s in Helvetica? Of course not, and this is because the way words are presented can drastically affect our perception of their meaning.
It’s apparent that typeface does affect the way we absorb textual content. But exactly how significant is it?
The cursor blinks, over and over again. It sits there on the empty virtual page and taunts your inaction. You couldn’t conjure an introduction if someone had a gun to your head.
It’s a common struggle among us writers to which there’s no easy remedy. But here are a few useful techniques for writing introductions that’ll both freshen your approach and suck in would-be readers.
A regularly updated blog is a great way for small businesses to find leads and establish credibility. Here are 5 effective blogging techniques to boost local business.
You’ll need to screw in a few light bulbs before getting much further, and while writing isn’t easy, everyone has the capacity to improve. Keep reading to escape the hopelessness of idea limbo and writer’s block; it’s time to light a fire under your business’s blog.
Want to know how to make boring industries fun to write about? Stay tuned for my secrets…
I know it can be a bit of a leap to jump into blogging, but trust me; it’s totally worth it.
Here are the five steps for getting started, so you don’t have an excuse for procrastinating any longer!
Interested in how blogging can help your business? Here’s an infographic with 7 helpful blogging stats!
When all hope seems lost for dull subject matter, take a deep breath and focus on your presentation. Remember: it’s not what you say, but the way you say it.