Excellent blog posts in action

 

Blogging can increase your sales

 

Do you sometimes get stuck for something to write on your blog?

Me too.

 

 

I had an interesting and informative morning at dawn brewers excellent blog posts action class  today. Came away with a very useful action checklist for every blog post I write. This will encourage me to blog more often which coupled with the various social media platforms ( Twitter, Facebook etc) will make my online presence more complete.

Of course online marketing  should be one part of your overall marketing strategy . Consider  your Outbound Marketing ( also known as offline marketing) and your Inbound Marketing (also known as online marketing) as two sides of the same coin- both are needed to deliver the maximum business results.

A cohesive marketing strategy properly implemented will achieve more sales for your business and hence improve your bottom line profits.

Want to know more about writing for the web then hop over to see dawn.

Want to increase your sales with a dynamic marketing strategy? then contact me at Janette Whitney & Associates.

 

2 Responses

  1. Agree Janette. 90 minutes was just enough to get me back up and running, and some simple practical tips to make the most of a Blog. Just need to think differently to make it happen weekly as the step up in impact from monthly to weekly looks so beneficial.

  2. Yes getting into the habit of weekly blogging is the challenge but so beneficial. Thanks for your comment.

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