Coming up with content for your company blog should be easy, right? After all, no one knows better than you just what your business is all about, and blogging is a great way to tell your story. You should be able to come up with a handful (or two handfuls) of topics at the drop of a hat, and riff on those
I recently had the rare opportunity to sit down in front of the TV with the remote all to myself, and somehow I ended up on the Hallmark channel watching The Waltons. John-Boy Walton was a particular hero of mine as a child, pecking away at his typewriter in his quest to be a writer. As I watched him roll a sheet
Here at Lieberman Technologies we’ve got a few favorite content writing websites that we follow. These sites help us to stay on top of trends, learn from the best, or even just be entertained or informed. Some of the best articles come from a shop across the pond called Valuable Content. These fine folks write fantastic content about writing fantastic content. One
If you’ve been blogging without any consistency, you’ve been putting forth effort and likely not receiving much reward for that effort. Maybe it’s time to get a little more control over your message and its frequency. Setting a schedule for blogging helps you to focus your efforts toward a consistent message and helps to promote your business.
Of the millions of web pages in existence today, only a portion of them embody the philosophy of “less is more.” In the days of slow internet connections and much less powerful machines, it was absolutely necessary to keep graphics to a minimum. As Internet speeds increased and as machines and browsers became more powerful, web design leaped into a sphere of rich content with splashy graphics and media.
Adding a blog to your website can benefit your business in numerous ways. For starters, a blog can produce an accumulative increase of your website’s traffic of more than 50%. For a fraction of the cost of a new hire, you can contract for blog content that will be researched and written as if it were done by a member of your team. Further, because a ghostwriter is a contractor, you are spared the cost of providing a full salary and benefits.