Blogging Tips For Local Information Marketers
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Matt McGee has a couple of recent posts that provide what-to-do and what-not-to-do blogging tips for local information marketers. If you are a veterinarian creating pet care videos and posting them on your YouTube channel, you are probably writing regular blog posts as well. McGee’s information is right up your alley.
If you are a restaurant owner selling proprietary steak seasoning or salsa or wine, check out McGee’s posts for what he has to say, and what his multitude of commenters share as well. It’s all good. Honestly, you cannot afford NOT to be blogging if you have a local business now.
I know, I know, you’re too busy, right? You don’t have time to check your emails, let alone write some sassy, SEO savvy blog posts everyday. Am I right? If so, it might be time to get some help with your blogging. You can hire local or virtual assistants to help you blog. You might be amazed at how eagerly some of your own customers will respond to the idea of writing blog posts for your hair salon, carpet cleaning business or storage facility. You just have to ask around.
Craigslist has two categories for posting when you’re looking for a blogger – under JOBS and GIGS. You will definitely get some replies to your free postings, but try to find someone in your local area if possible. Check them out, and request a free sample blog post written especially for you and your business.
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