Big Red SEO Discusses Jumping on the Bandwagon with the Blogging Herd

Blogging_BigRedSEODid you just decide to jump off the cliff with the rest of the blogging herd and now you don’t know what to do? Big Red SEO has some answers for you! Blogging is easier than it sounds and our team of content writers have some tips for you so you don’t get stuck. First, it is important to know that a blog should be enjoyable to maintain while providing your expertise and experience in the field. We don’t want you to feel overwhelmed or stressed when writing a blog so take a few minutes and learn how to blog like a pro below.

Start out slow

When you first start to blog, start out slow. Make it a goal to post once a week. Then you can go on from there. However, the more you post unique and well-written content, the more the search engines will like you. See a headline in the news? Write about it! You can even write a few personal blogs about mistakes you’ve made in the industry. As content managers we have researched hours on end to find what people are really looking for in a blog. People are interested in reading blogs that blend the personal and the technical, so make sure you write your blog with a personable and conversational tone. After all, we are human!

Write about your expertise

Do you read any blogs regularly? Maybe like Big Red SEO! Why do they interest you? Take ideas from them, but do not copy! Putting duplicate content on your blog is a big no-no in the SEO world and tactics like content being copied can lead to your website being blacklisted. If you wish to provide a small percentage of duplicate content on your website, be sure to write in your own words what you liked about the article. Also, be sure to link back to the original source and even email the person saying why you agree or disagree with the post. At Big Red SEO, we have used these tips ourselves successfully and you can do the same.

Company Events

Do you have infamous and exciting events within your company? Write a post about it letting your public know all about the occasion. If something interests them, they may begin to regularly follow your blog to find out more about you and your company. Isn’t the whole point of a blog to educate others on what you do and how you can help them?

Notice a Problem?

Have you or a coworker noticed a problem within the industry and set out to fix it? Why not write about the problem at hand and give some feedback about how you think it can be resolved? People will be intrigued that you are involved enough to notice a problem and they will especially be looking for the solution if it involves them.

Listen to your clients

Our content writing and web design team at Big Red SEO know it’s important to always take into account what your clients’ feedback is. You don’t have to agree with it, just listen. Give them a chance to give feedback via survey or phone call. Some may not think to give feedback if they had a pleasant experience, but any feedback is good feedback because you know what you should change or keep. Write about these things as well! Your public will want to know you are listening. Also, if they are confused about something, use a screenshot or film a how-to video. You can do all sorts of different stuff on your blog. The most important thing is to make it yours and be creative.

Call Big Red SEO Today

Big Red SEO has a full service team of content blog writers, if you need help starting a blog or if you have writer’s block, contact us today at 402-522-6468. We would love to hear from you and get you started in the right direction!

Share this post

Share on facebook
Share on google
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on pinterest
Share on print
Share on email
Check Out These Other Recent Articles
What good is the keyword meta tag?

Keyword Meta Tags: It’s All Hype in SEO!

It’s time to stop the madness!  Keywords Meta Tags are not used by Google or Bing. But wait, what about other places like Amazon Store? Google does not use the keywords meta tag when ranking a website. It used to, but it doesn’t any more. We’ve been approached several times over the years by companies wanting us to fix or

Google Analytics Snapshot for July 2019 – Reporting Error

This week we were contacted by a couple of clients that they saw a massive drop in their “Average Sessions Duration” in Google Analytics. Each of the people said they went from having 2 and 3 minute averages on their site down to 1, 2 or 3 seconds and panic had started to set in. The snapshot looks like this:

Google Raters Quality Guidelines Updated for 2019

Over the past weekend, Google made an update to their Google Search Quality Evaluator Guidelines, or as we call it, the “Search Quality Guidelines”. The update happened on May 16, 2019 and while much of it remains similar to the update from June 2018, there were a few new additions.

Close Menu
×
×

Cart