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4 Keys to Successful Business Blog Marketing

Posted by Jimmy Hovey on Tue, Oct 16, 2012 @ 07:00 AM

4 keys to a successful business blogEstablishing the foundation of a small business and fine-tuning its objectives can be one of the hardest aspects of entrepreneurship. Fortunately, thanks to the Internet and popularity of social platforms, there are many simple tips and tricks that can make this bumpy road a bit smoother. 

Blogging is Key

When it comes to establishing your company principles, connecting with your target demographic, and getting immediate feedback, blog marketing can prove to be one of the most effective ways to grow and shape your enterprise. However, not all blogging efforts are equal, and it pays to know this ahead of time.

Remain Relevant

The first thing you should keep in mind when reaching out to your target audience via a blog is to remain relevant and interesting at all times. If you have no germane commentary on any aspect of your industry or specific business, empty and generic words that are simply intended to fill space will quickly turn off most readers. This can effectively shut down the opportunity for a productive dialog. Avoid pointless posting like the plague.

Be Consistent

Having something to say on a consistent basis is another part of the formula to keep people reading your blog. Unless you have a major announcement that cannot be effectively broken down into several posts over a period of days or weeks, do your best to shape your blogging efforts into a consistent pattern of fairly frequent postings. For example, if you plan to blog about a new product release and a new company policy, separate these subjects into two different posts. This will increase posting frequency without sacrificing relevance and quality, and can keep the conversations and comments from meandering too far off  topic.

Encourge Participation

Creating an ongoing feedback loop and conversation between yourself and your target audience should be the primary aim of your blogging efforts.  To accomplish this establish a strict policy against spam or abuse that can destroy productive conversations.  In addition, remain open and responsive to suggestions, queries, or comments posed by readers who have taken the time to participate via comment.  Establishing a personal connection with a solid base of readers who regularly comment can go a very long way towards creating a loyal customers who feel their opinion matters.

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