Bloggers Boot Camp is written primarily for those who want to make a career out of blogging, but it is still loaded with great advice for anyone who blogs or wants to use blogging as part of their marketing strategy.
If you’re a small business, you should be blogging to build a community, improve your standing in search engines, and better interact with your customers. That said, starting out can be tough; ProBlogger will give you a wealth of proven strategies and insights from people who dominate the medium.
Last week we talked about why blogging for small businesses is so important. Today, I want to continue that trend by challenging a few very common beliefs about blogging that hold a lot of people back from getting started.
Have you considered starting small business blogging, but dismissed it as too difficult or waste of time? It’s time to rethink things. Blogging can have a number of benefits for your business; let’s look at just a few.
It can be tempting to remove the dates from your blog posts so that they appear to be “timeless”, but all this does is confuse your readers about whether the information is still current.