Blogging is one of those things most business owners either love or hate. Those who love it, rave about it and can’t understand why not all businesses are doing it. Whilst those who hate it, have a long list of blogging objections to back up their reasons for...
How to come up with blog post ideas is one of the top things I see, being asked of blog writers. For many business owners, they know their ideal clients well, so coming up with basic Q&A type blogs isn’t a problem for them. However, when it comes to expanding past...
Are you struggling to make sales with your business blog? You’ll be kind of happy to know, you’re not alone with that struggle. A lot of online businesses know how important it is to write blogs that offer value to an audience – but struggle to implement a...
A lot of online businesses see blogging and social media as an either/or kind of scenario. You feel like you have to make a choice between the instant appeal of posting short-form content on social media, versus writing the long-form, slower growing content required...
One of the biggest questions I’m asked is how much does it cost to have blog posts written by a ghost blogger. If you carry out a Google search for ghost bloggers or blog writers, you’ll find people who are charging less than I do. But there are also other freelance...
It can be really tough, trying to think of things to write about for your business blog. You want to write blogs that get interactions and conversions, but you also don’t want to come over as too pushy or salesy. Yet when it comes to thinking about those subjects that...
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