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So you want to be a blogger… Or, maybe you are a blogger already? Whichever is the case, you probably know that once you get into the swing of business blogging, there are generally 2 avenues to take: You can either create quality, genuine, helpful posts or write short posts of pointless waffle or flat out promote your business in every single article. Oh, yes, you can also use ezine articles or just post YouTube videos with 50 words on top of them. So, that’s 4 routes right there, I guess… Now which road will you take? Here are 7 reasons why I would go for quality:
The blog world, while global, is at the same time very personal. Responsible and considerate communications in this medium are no less important than if you were talking face to face over a delicious cup of Darjeeling, darling.
Here are some tips on how to grow your audience, not alienate them.
I suspect that all the technical information you could ever need to be a successful blogger is out there in the public domain. If that is the case, why do the vast majority of blogs fail when it comes to providing the owner an income they can live comfortably on?
When communicating online, almost every message you make is done by written word. This is the main reason that it is essential that your website content be original and error-free.
Quality content can create an inherent trust in site visitors that leads to more conversions and profit. In order to stand out from the competition, you need to appear like an established authority on your subject matter. This is why the quality of your website content should not be ignored or dismissed as trivial.
When improper spelling on a website is fixed, it has been shown to increase sales as much as 100%. A single spelling or grammar mistake in your text can lead people to be wary of some sort of scam, sending potential customers running.