You may have the best looking, fully functional website out there on the Internet, but how are people finding it. After spending time, effort and money on your website, there is nothing worse than finding out that only a handful of people have seen it.
To this day, a blog still remains as one of the most successful methods of engaging with your customers. If run correctly, they can drive a lot of traffic to your website as well as sales to your business.
However, the way you run a business blog differs greatly to the way you run a personal one …
Would you like to keep your clients informed of new products and services and share industry information and be rewarded with higher search engine rankings at the same time?
If you answered “yes”, why not add a blog to your website.
Why not send a card via email this Christmas. From as little as £80 you could reach all your customers and friends with a click of a button.
Once you have chosen a design, all you need to do is supply your written message and a list of client/supplier email addresses, and you are good to go.
A blog is an ideal way for you to get the word out about your business. Many businesses use a blog to keep customers informed, entertainers use blogs to communicate with their fans and photographers use blogs to show off their latest portfolio of work.
The Internet is all about fresh content. As the saying goes “content is king.” To get people to your website, you need something new.
It’s been a long time coming, but finally we now have a blog. The fact that we’ve so busy recently means we have neglected our very own website, which is a problem we all seem to face when running our own business.
“So why now?” I hear you ask. Well, to be honest, there’s numerous reasons which I could go into detail about but, seeing as this is our first article, I don’t want to give away too much information at this early stage.