Why Blog Marketing Is So Effective?

As you start your new writing business I’m sure you’re wondering, where in the world can you find your first clients? You will have a lot of time to discover there is quite an array of writing avenues you can take. For starters, just getting your writing business up and running can be a job in itself. But here’s a ray of hope.

Where and when to display categories and tags is both an Information Architecture and Usability consideration, so you need to consider these points for your blog’s front end. My only tip without writing a whole post on this topic… don’t overload the page with links, you want to coax the user into clicking on something, not offer them hundreds of links (i.e. a tag cloud) to choose from.

Whenever you generate any content, you must have a set plan of how you are going to distribute it. Post it on Facebook, write a project post, tweet a link to the blog post, and send it to your e-marketing list of current clients.

Two major factors that keep a company cutting edge and in front of your clients is content generation and the content distribution channels used. Content is considered news about projects your company has completed, contracts you have won, awards you have won, offers and promotions, articles you have written, new website launches, new products, and pretty much anything else deemed newsworthy. How will they know unless you tell them? Your potential clients are not visiting your site everyday to see what is new. It is your responsibility to tell them, and tell them often. This constant communication builds brand loyalty and creates a community of clients, not just a random encounter!

It’s not going to be some new revolutionary way to find golfing information on the web. It’s simple the easiest way to find out what other golfer are doing to solve problem and get better at this great sport. I am talking about internet forums. I am sure you can find dozens of big golfing forums (there are a slew of them) and each one of them is filled with its own information and tips to get better.

In many ways, today’s social media technologies are still fairly primitive, but I can say with confidence that the phenomenon that they have created – of customers taking control of the buying process – is here to stay. Customers will continue to get stronger, so publishers, manufacturers and anyone else with customers better start listening to what they are saying.

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