Blogging establishes trust in you, your company and the goods and services you offer. If you use your blog consistently and regularly you can establish yourself as a (local) trusted authority in your field. By sharing relevant information with your website visitors you can become the go-to authority in your field.
Listen to the audio version The internet is a more and more visual place. We absorb information much quicker if it’s packaged in an image and good images that tell a story get shared more. Yes, you can buy stock images but if your own photography skills are up to the task your posts will(…)
Listen to the audio version Who doesn’t like a good challenge? My friend and fellow social media blogger Keri Jaehnig from Idea Girl Media passed me the torch of this blog tour by tagging me in her post Writing Process: My Risque, Revealing Blog Tour I sometimes jokingly refer to blogging as my hobby. Of course I(…)
Fact is: If you appear too little you lose followers because you have to earn our trust all over again. If you over-share (like I sometimes do) you may lose followers that are overwhelmed or “just not so much into you”
I was so fortunate to talk to Cathryn about blogging and Social Media on one late summer afternoon and would like to share the interview with you over the next couple of blog posts.
Many people struggle with the question: “What am I going to write about?” Hear what Cathryn Wellner a.k.a. @storyroute has to say about that: