After writing so many posts, there are few things I’d like to share with you. Before knowing the concept of blogging, I always used to think that it was Social Networking that made a huge difference to promote a business. But I was totally wrong. Oh yeah, I also used to wonder how these bloggers make a living? I got now a clear picture of what a blogger does and how blogging works. Finally, my questions about blogging are answered. And after reading this post, “Blogging taught me everything I need to know about doing business” I got more insights on blogging.
I wish I could contradict this, but as you know I did my research before coming to such a conclusion. I’ve personally noticed how other businesses are making progress without much hype on social networking sites. And I noticed that they are attracting more and more customers via blogging. Interesting, isn’t it?
I’m not aware of other businesses, since I’m more into the Fashion Industry, our team has been struggling to build a community with too many posts on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Tumblr and other related social networking sites. In spite of all this, we couldn’t manage to build the community. So, after many consultations and studying the marketplaces that survived in this highly competitive world and we observed very interesting facts implemented by others.
Blogging isn’t playing around with words. It involves great dedication in writing about a product and how it can be used in our daily lives as an example. People do search for the right keywords, so you should use the right keywords that search engine optimized helps your post find in the first page of search results when any user is searching for that particular product. Writing is what it takes for any business to grow rather than sponsoring on other social networking sites. It might go viral, but those viral posts or people who come to visit your page won’t come back again to check what you’ve posted lately. Whereas in blogging, readers come to your website to read the stuff that you write, which is informative. You can’t keep a track of posts on social networking sites, whereas you have an archive on your blog. See? That’s a plus point in blogging.
If you’re blogging, do maintain a consistency of qualitative posts, and make sure you keep track of the quantity of words used in each post, and posting at regular intervals will surely help in reaching out to people out there.
For example, by following above steps I’m able to get enough page views and page visits which are increasing day by day.
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