Join Morten Rand-Hendriksen for an in-depth discussion in this video Defining goals, part of Blogging for Your Business.
With the business purpose clearly established and written down on the goals …card, you're ready to start defining specific and attainable goals for the blog. …The key in this stage is to always ensure the goals of the blog line up with the …business purpose of the company. To get this process started, brainstorm …topics about how you want to communicate what the business does to the web using public. …Here, it's important to remember what a blog is, a sharing and communication platform. …Therefore, questions to start the brainstorming sessions should point …towards active and participatory elements.…
What can a blog visitor learn from us? What do they want to learn from us? …What can we learn from our customers? How can we contribute to the bait in our field? …How do we establish ourselves as thought leaders? …Let's look at our example. What can a blog visitor learn from us? …We can educate her on green energy technologies. …Whatever the business purpose of your company, the answers to these types of …
- Why blog for business?
- Defining goals for your blog
- Deciding where to host a blog
- Picking a platform
- Creating a content strategy
- Designing the blog
- Scheduling posts
- Promoting posts on Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks
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