Edit This Roundup: All Our Blogs About Blogging (Updated)
We are continually adding to our already deep library of blog posts. And while the topics we write about run the gamut when it comes to anything writing and editing related, some of our more popular ones according to our readers are blogs about blogging.
Last year, I created a roundup of those posts to share with the masses. Since then, we've had more to say about blogging – especially when it comes to the benefits for small businesses.
So here's an updated post with all our blogs about blogging.
If you've been blogging for a while but are frustrated by lack of readership, this is the perfect blog post for you. Here are 8 possible reasons why no one reads it and how to change that.
If you're thinking of starting a blog for your small business, or you have one and desperately want to get it up to snuff, this post provides six traits of a great company blog.
Your blogs are written by an expert who knows the business of blogging, can capture your voice and help your company stand out online, and can likely crank out two or three blog posts in the time it takes you to write one. Not bragging, but just sayin'!
The well has to run dry, right? My opinion as your friendly, neighborhood writer and editor is that small-business owners should never run out of things to blog about. Here's why.
Many business owners recognize the importance of blogging and look to Edit This® to help them. But some are so new to it that they don't know where to publish them and what to do beyond that. Here's a 3-step guide on what to do after you write a blog post.
If you're a business owner, it's time to overcome any weird hangups you might have about starting a blog and jump on the bandwagon. It's a valuable tool that's not going away anytime soon and, when done right, the benefits are immeasurable. This blog shares 14 excellent reasons why your small business needs a blog right now.
This post helps business owners understand the importance of a consistent blogging strategy. In a nutshell, once you set a frequency (daily, once a week, etc.), stick to it. There isn't a blogging strategy out there where it's okay to take three or four months off.
While blogs and newsletters can both be a valuable tool to help business owners connect with their clients and stay in front of prospective customers, there is a distinct difference between the two. This blog explores those differences and the benefits of each.
Your older blogs can be repurposed – much like a fresh coat of paint and elbow grease can transform your grandmother's rickety dresser into a bookshelf. Doing so breathes new life into older posts, provides more value to readers, and helps you reach a larger audience while building your brand.
Rather than blog on your own, bring in an award-winning blog writer. I'll make sure your blogs are catchy, error-free, and a true representation of your business. Edit This handles all your writing and editing needs – including blogging!
This post focuses on why it's important to blog, what the results are to your SEO (Search Engine Optimization) when you blog consistently, and how to get the blog process started.
It is imperative that you give your business a clear and authentic voice to communicate with new and existing clients – and that strategy includes blogging. Simply put, it helps you stand out and build relationships.
Call Edit This for all your blogging needs
I told you we love blogs about blogging! Give Edit This a call for all your writing and editing needs – and that includes blogs. Having a blog will indeed help increase your website traffic and convert more visitors into customers, but that doesn't mean you have to research them, write them, and edit them yourself. Let us do that for you.
We can create content from scratch or help perfect what you've written.
Thanks for reading!
*STEVE GAMEL is the President & Owner of Edit This, a writing and editing services company located in Denton, TX. Steve handles anything involving the written word. Give him a call today to help give your business a clear voice.