Did you think you could escape blogging? Well, you’re right, you can but not without losing something. Blogging is no longer something that is limited to teen angst, where young adults go to vent their fears and daily lives. It’s now an incredibly POWERFUL tool that businesses are using to spread the word, teach their clients, and introduce potential customers to their products. Not only that, but blogs provide your website with key content that Google and other search engines use to help clients and customers find you!
Video blogging (or “Vlogs”) is all the rage right now. New users are opting in to YouTube almost daily in hopes of becoming the next big YouTube Sensation! But are Vlogs meant for everyone? And what exactly is a vlog?
Retweeting can be a powerful tool *if used correctly*. The problem is many people are not sure how to it effectively and correctly do so. Often times when someone retweets they simply press that “Retweet” link that sits below an update – DON’T PRESS THIS BUTTON! While this is a great way to promote a page you really like and it offers the convenience of quick posting, the issue here is that the link is now directing your reader to someone else’s page and providing nothing new or unique for them to take away.
In last weeks post we explained what a blog is. For today’s post, we’re going to dive deeper and explain just how a blog helps your business.
Not sure what a blog is? Well, quick point, you’re reading one right now! Businesses are being told repeatedly that blogs are a great way to spread the word about a product, service, etc. but are not fully being explained what a blog is. Today, let’s do a quick recap of what a blog is.