My friend ignored my comments about organizing for years. Suddenly this book was her hallelujah answer. Why? Something was wrong with my message. Or my delivery of it.
While some articles have some useful information, a lot of them say the same old thing. That got me thinking: why are we all regurgitating the same old content?
Creating content is hard for some people. At a recent Raleigh networking event, several people asked me, “How do you create content for someone else’s business?”
Better blog posts don’t just come from better writing. (Though it helps.) Sometimes, it’s a matter of changing the way you look at your company.
Struggling to produce blog posts for your business? Give yourself a break. Write one post per month and use these ideas to get started.
No physical address? Your small business needs content marketing. Yes, NEEDS. Not like you need a new purse or running shoes. Like you need food.
Last week I gave 3 ways to spruce up your business blog. But those were concepts. Here is the nitty gritty.
While it’s tempting to do a quick Internet search and use the first one that pops up, saving and using those photos is stealing.
Even planning ahead, you can’t plan for everything. This blog will be on a break for my maternity leave until March.
In some cases, it’s just fine to skip a week of blogging and not worry about it. However, if you’re diligent and dedicated, you might want to plan ahead for your absence by scheduling a few blog posts.