Instead of writing the usual how-to post today, I decided to do something a little different and hope you will play along. If you’ve been a part of my circle for a while, you know I love to blog and I blog for business.
You also know that I like to help other woman entrepreneurs learn how to use blogging as a way for them to build a brand online and create income.
With all the feedback and emails I’ve received over the past year or so, I decided to release the Blog for Business eBook for entrepreneurs who wanted to learn from me, step-by-step, how to setup, create and market a business with a blog.
There is no mystery behind the reason why so many small businesses have chosen to build a blog for their business. It is proven that having a business blog is a highly effective way to build your presence online, establish your brand and if developed properly, allow you to earn a generous stream of income.
However, it is much easier said than done, wouldn’t you agree?
We all know that it is possible to build an online business and make money with a blog because there are many entrepreneurs doing so each and every day. Even so, you may be one of the thousands upon thousands who are ready to get started but don’t know how to begin or make it happen for your blog.
Every entrepreneur knows how time consuming managing the daily operations of an online business can be, combine that with consistently keeping blog content fresh and you may find yourself pushing that task to the back burner.
Even though you know how important it is to blog for your business on a regular basis, it can be a challenge to find the time.
The most asked questions around this topic are , “how often should I blog?”, “what should I blog about?”, and “how do I find the time?”…sound familiar?
In order for you to learn how to blog consistently, you must have an answer to each of these questions, so let’s jump on in!
As business blogging becomes more and more popular, many small business owners who have taken their businesses online, are beginning to realize the powerful connection of capturing their market with a blog.
As simple as it sounds, there is a bit more to it than putting up a blog and posting about your phenomenal products and amazing services.
To attract clients with your blog, you should focus on sharing as opposed to selling. Allow your readers to feel you out and learn more from you and about you.
Since creating TheCEOMamma Blog in 2009, many of my readers have asked me, “how do you make money with your blog?” because I have shared over the years, that blogging is how I built my entire online business.
I decided to write this post to share how I make money with my blog and have created multiple streams of income because of blogging.
Now, I want to make it clear that your blog alone, will not earn you a decent income. Understand that your blog is simply the vehicle in which you can earn a full-time income if you take the endeavor serious and treat it as a business.
Entrepreneurs and small business owners who are creating their brand online, know that blogging for business is in fact, serious business. There are a number of things that set a business blogger apart from the average blogger, with one recognizable difference being that the business blogger’s BLOG, is a business of its own.
Here are 6 Success Habits of a Business Blogger
They have a plan and they know how to execute it. Serious business bloggers don’t do things at random or on the whim, blogging is a fundamental part of their business strategy and recognized as a highly effective marketing tool.
Last week, I wrote an introductory post on the series I will be sharing with you over the next few weeks, about the power of having an effective content marketing strategy. Part One begins today on the topic of Article and Blog Posts and a few tips on how to get the most out of sharing your content.
Tip # 1 – Know the purpose of your article – Before you even begin to write for the sake of getting a blog post up, you have to have a purpose for writing your article. When you are in the process of deciding on your content, it should be attached to a bigger strategy. Determine ahead of time, what the next step will be for the reader – the call to action.