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...
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...
Blogging can contribute so much to your business. Whether it’s improved SEO results or an increase in your mailing list signups, blogging will get you results. But if you’re looking to use blogging in your business, you need to have the right mindset in place. The...
Have a quick search online and you can’t fail to notice that there are already a lot of blog posts giving you simple tips for a better business blog. Many of those tips will cover the overall writing and layout of a blog post, as well as how to make it visually...
Most small business owners know why they need to have a business blog on their website, after all, the reasons are well documented (if you’d like a recap, check out our previous post on the reasons why you need a blog! or What is Blogging? Why You Need It...
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