It’s finally here! Check out the first episode of the Kurt and Kenny Podcast in which Kenny & Kurt discuss intangible ROI.
Within these posts, you’ll learn how to use your business blog to attract new customers. For business owners and managers, blogging is one of the most effective and efficient ways to supercharge your marketing strategy. Creating relevant, interesting blog content helps you accomplish your marketing goals, even on a tight budget.
That’s because regular blogging:
Increases your SEO: Your customers want to see regular, relevant content, and search engines do, too. When you publish content regularly, you’ll see the love – both from search engines and your readers.
Touches your customers: Your business has a lot to offer, and not just products and services. You’ve got a lot of expertise to share with your customers, too. Chances are, your customers are looking for that expertise. Do them a favor, and publish content that matters to them. When you give people content they actually want to read, you’ll be doing yourself a favor, too.
Is totally social: One question we always hear when we start talking to clients about social media strategy is this: “What do I post?” When you blog regularly, you’ll have a steady supply of worthy content that you can share on your social media pages. Doing this brings followers and potential customers back to your website, which is, after all, where you want them.
Whether your business has a genius blogging strategy or it is just starting to figure things out, you’ll find all kinds of tips and tricks here on our blog to help.
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