The first blog post I ever wrote I didn’t publish for three days. I’d log in every day, open up the post and stare at the “Publish” button trying to work up the nerve to “just go for it”. “What if no one reads it?” “What if they do and think it’s terrible?” “What if I misspelled something and get made fun of for it?” Most of all, I was terrified people wouldn’t find it interesting and never come back. If you’ve ever had that same fear… don’t worry, we all have. Since then, I’ve spent a ton of time
You’ve likely heard me harp on the importance of content for your online business; whether your selling information products, providing a service or shipping physical products. If you haven’t started your blog and aren’t producing content regularly, you basically don’t exist online. But most bloggers are in a constant fight to consistently come up blog post ideas. Well, instead of racking your brain every week (or day) trying to figure out what you’re going to write about, use these tips to ensure you always have fresh ideas for relevant content that will impact your audience. 1. Create an Editorial Calendar This is
As a freelance web developer or designer (or any online business owner really), you need to be consistently creating content on your blog. Why? Blog content is how you get your name out there and get the attention of potential clients. It’s how you show those potential clients you know what you’re doing. And, it’s how you get potential clients to trust you enough in advance to hire you. Every single one of my clients has come as a result of the content I produce on my blog. In fact, my entire business is driven by my blog content. Without it, I’d
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