7 Reasons To Blog For Business

7 Reasons To Blog For Business

 

 

If you are not blogging for your business, then you should be. While many people simply dismiss blogging because of its description as a web diary, they are missing a lot of traffic and revenue generating opportunities every day.

Are you one of those missing out?

In truth, blogs are much more than a simple web diary. They are actually a content management system and/or an easy web site template.

Blogging software allows you to begin posting your content to the Internet in minutes and when you harness that ability with an RSS feed, you have a powerful traffic magnet.

I have come up with 7 reasons to blog for business and why every business should have an RSS feed.

 

1. Keep in touch!

Publishing a regularly updated blog helps you keep in touch with your existing audience and/or customer base. You can publish updates, news, or thoughts in your blog as well as answer questions.

 

2. Attract NEW!

A blog can help you attract new customers. Your blog entries (posts or articles) will become fodder for the search engines and will attract new visitors. If your blog answers the visitors’ question or attracts their interest, you have just found another qualified lead.

 

3. Rank them up!

Blogs and RSS feeds often rank higher in search engines than traditional web sites. Search engines love blogs and RSS feeds. If you design your blog properly, then every time you update it, the search engines are notified.

Even if you don’t regularly ping, most search engines will revisit blogs more frequently. Plus the very organization of a blog lends itself to spidering and good search engine ranking.

 

4. Build it!

Blogs can help you establish or build your reputation in a particular field. As your blog grows, you will demonstrate your knowledge in your chosen niche.

 

5. Streams Of Revenue

Blogs and RSS feeds are good revenue streams. You can add pay-per-click ads, affiliate ads, or sell ad space on your blogs. In fact, many PPC companies also provide the ability to add PPC to your RSS feeds.

 

6. Cranking Red Hot leads!

Blogs are great ways to generate leads. Even if you don’t want to put any advertising on your blog, you can use it to promote or capture leads for your own programs.

These are great leads as the fact that they came from your blog means they are already interested in your topic and predisposed to your individual message.

 

7. Establish Your Presence

Creating your own blog is the easiest way to establish a presence on the Internet and creating an RSS feed is even easier. In fact, it is also the cheapest way to get started on the Internet as there are a number of free blogging sites out there.

I started out with http://blogger.com and usually recommend them but have heard others point to several other top blogging sites as well. Blogs created at Blogger have an RSS feed created for them and WordPress also creates feeds in several variations automatically.

 

CONCLUSION

As you can see there are several benefits to starting your own blog and RSS feed. If you can count that many benefits from an Internet marketing technique that is also free and easy, then you are foolish not to begin using it for yourself.

 

 

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Ari Tumijo is a full-time Brand Consulting Practice Executive as well as Head of its Digital Strategies with Rayan Daniyal Consulting (RDC) brand practice. He possesses 5 years of digital marketing experience and this website is the result of his continuous seeking and sharing of knowledge. With RDC, he is responsible for developing the solutions for clients seeking to improve their digital presence and brand equity in the social media space. In addition to account servicing role, Ari is also involved in business development for Brand Capital, a subsidiary brand of RDC. He has a Diploma in Mechatronics Engineering and spent his early career years in F&B Management and Semi-conductor industry.

 

 

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