Stepping into the blog spotlight

Writing a blog can be a very personal and cathartic journey, or it can be a credible way to drive traffic to your business. Crack it and it does both!

One thing is certain. Doing all you you can to ensure it is seen by as many people as possible is time well spent. There are a number of ways of doing this from going viral with links, adopting a response strategy on higher traffic blogs to indexing your blog in as many directories as possible.

To help, below are a number of clickable links to the top blog directories and indexes where you could and should add your blog in order for it to be found and read more easily.

Sound like too much effort?

Look at it this way. If you write a blog, or plan to, you have content other people crave. You are ahead of the game. Content is where the market is moving. Content means expertise. Having content means you can promote yourself more effectively as expert across traditional and new social networks as well as in other offline channels.

Positioning yourself as competent, credible and approachable gives you the best chance of business success as a trusted and valued partner.

So when you look at it like that, what are you waiting for?

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2 responses to “Stepping into the blog spotlight

  1. Great article! As a recent entrant to the blogging world advice like this is invaluable. Content is king to some people and I agree; it is important though creating a “findable” blog helps. Follow this advice above and create a good backlink strategy and you are on to a winner!

  2. Pingback: Best b2b social media tools: Blogs | The Marketing Assassin

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