Blogging Must Haves: Get Your Blog Read!

by | Feb 4, 2021 | 0 comments

Blogging done right equates to increased inbound marketing, improved SEO, influence building, and connection to your demographic target – therefore it’s a must for small businesses and start-ups.

To demonstrate that content is very important

CONTENT IS KING

Best blogging must have the following elements:

  1. Terse and to-the-point. The quick punch not the long dissertation
  2. Use visuals – and make sure they are relevant to the blog post
  3. Always be writing to your target demographic – feel their pain and address it
  4. Answer all questions and queries quickly – problem solve
  5. Compose in easy to read and understandable text and try to incorporate key SEO words
  6. Post ‘in’ stories. We communicate in stories – so post in storylines.
  7. How often? Post at least twice a week (more if possible). Key: Relevance (no BS).

Don’t neglect other forms of content marketing. Where and when appropriate use videos, podcasts, webinars, infographics, and, very important, shared content from other experts and clients. BLOGS MUST HAVE TERSE TEXT & GREAT VISUALS

Which content is best for your company? Should you go-it-alone or hire a writer? If you are not a good writer than opt for more visual content in your blog posts. Compose podcasts. Use videos.

Be aware, that search is based on written text and not visuals. So, always use keywords in the file names and links to posted graphics/pictures. Fill in “alt text” box areas.

To recap. The goal of blogging is to provide useful, pertinent information to your target market – while increasing traffic to your website, building your cred, gaining greater SEO, and entertaining your customers and potential customers with amusing, informative, well-composed narratives.

Sign your posts with your name, company name, and contact information. This is often forgotten. Get credit for what you do!

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By Jim Lavorato

Jim Lavorato is the founder of 4M Performance which is designed to assist businesses to survive and thrive in these uncertain times. Jim launched an entertainment-related company in 1988. He was at the forefront in cinema technology and helped spearhead the movie industry's transition to digital presentation and distribution. He also co-founded the Arboreal Group, an environmental consultancy. He has published articles on the motion picture and media industries and is a contributing editor for ScreenTrade magazine and writes a blog "Cinema Mucho Gusto". He is a certified SCORE Mentor in the SCORE Greater Phoenix Chapter and lives in Scottsdale, AZ. Learn more about Jim in his "About" page.

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