Are you currently engaging with your customers on social media, and wondered do I need a blog?

You may think, who would want to follow me, or would I just be competing against an already saturated market. Hat’s the point?

Well, my view is, why not try! It’s not like the old days when getting a website set up would cost millions of pounds. ( es they did!)

People may find your opinion interesting, even with the dryest of subjects. You may make the subject more enjoyable for people to understand.

Some inspiring points:

      •  Your blog will bring keywords. It’s n excellent way of getting various keywords and content into Google’s search engine. By putting a blog at the end of your website, You will go further up the search engines and possible be that final push to get onto page one of Google.
      • If you read online about how blogs work, the popular opinion is that it brings more customers. If you look at larger enterprises, they will always have a blog on their websites. There’s a reason for that – they work!
      • If you lo k at how social media has influencers, It creates free PR  Journals s often interview business bloggers as industry experts. Get some rest; You will also be a presence for your thoughts and opinions, not just locally but globally. They will also have a website that will sell their products and services.
      •  Suppose you want to position yourself as a professional and leader in a particular field. A blog helps you do this. If you work full-time, creating a blog page can be a problem, as you don’t have much time, but even writing an article every few months makes a difference with your SEO.
      • If your blog is a success, who knows what could happen? Even if it rates a small amount of revenue using Adsense, that’s cool  Or, even better r, you hit the jackpot, and a company wants to advertise with you.

If you’re unsure whether you’ll keep it up, why not start writing regularly for a few months and see how it goes.

Kind Regards
Helen