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Six Good Reasons Your Company Needs a Blog

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Six Good Reasons Your Company Needs a Blog

Six Good Reasons Your Company Needs a Blog So what’s all the fuss about blogs? Do they really help your business? Here are a few of the many reasons that they do.

  1. Helps with Organic Search
    Every time you write a new piece of content, you create a new URL, which means that there’s a new opportunity for you to be found when customers search for information – when they’re looking for answers to their questions. You want to be there for them. You want them to come to you.
  2. Creates a Library of Unique Content
    The more you write about your expertise – and from different perspectives each time – the more long-tail search terms you will create. This is increasingly becoming a good source for the majority of queries. And this way, you’ll have a better chance of bringing in some highly targeted search traffic.
  3. Contributes to Lead Generation/Inbound Marketing
    So you’ve got all this great content, but you don’t want to give it away for free, right? Blogs are a great way to increase customer interest and engagement, as well as harvest data. Here’s how – offer free snippets or highlight segments of your killer content, but keep the rest gated behind a landing page or sign-up form. In other words, dangle the carrot. After customers have shared their info, they’ll get to revel in the riches of your powerful content and you get their info. It’s a win-win for both of you.
  4. Establishes You as a Thought Leader
    You know your stuff better than your competition. It bears your thumbprint and sets you apart from the rest. Simply put, blogging shows that you’re a front runner in your industry. But that’s not all. Blogs also are a place where your customers can return to again and again for solutions. You become a trusted source, which increases traffic.
  5. Leads to Conversions
    When the content on your blog offers real value, it helps establish trust with your customers – creating an emotional connection. When this happens, you have a greater chance of converting a lead to a sale. And this is something everyone wants.
  6. Integrates Well with Social Media
    Once you’ve established your voice in the marketplace, push it out on social media. The effects of sharing your business tools and know-how from your blog on the web are exponential. Do the math. You know 500 people who know 800 people who know 1,000 people. The potential for engagements, which could end up as sales, are endless. 

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These articles are intended to provide general resources for the tax and accounting needs of small businesses and individuals. Service2Client LLC is the author, but is not engaged in rendering specific legal, accounting, financial or professional advice. Service2Client LLC makes no representation that the recommendations of Service2Client LLC will achieve any result. The NSAD has not reviewed any of the Service2Client LLC content. Readers are encouraged to contact their CPA regarding the topics in these articles.

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