1. Know your time investment – at least an hour a week. Or hire someone to do it for you.
2. Focus on 2-3 sites where your audience is.
3. Use time saving/shifting tools – like posting from your phone or advance post scheduling.
4. Have patience – it takes time to create and build your network.
5. Be active- tell people which sites you’re on through links on your website, your email signature, our business cards, etc.
I was referred to Kelly by another individual who I am currently doing business with, to write content for my website. Her writing truly captured the essence of what my business is all about. It is concise, accurate-gets to the point of the overall message. Without hesitation, she has my highest recommendation and would, without a doubt, refer her to anyone who needs a master wordsmith. Michael Gelman, Gelman2 Information Services
Did you know that, on the average, websites with blogs get 55% more visitors and generate 67-88% more leads? Now you do. And I can help you consistently create a blog full of interesting ideas for your readers.
Friday tip: Exclamation marks! OMG! I know I don’t need to tell you this but exclamation marks can give your writing a gushing, effusive quality! They are mostly used ironically these days so unless you are an enthusiastic teenager, use with care.
Kelly has saved me countless hours each month writing our newsletter and developing and sending out our press releases. She’s been a tremendous asset to my company. A master of communication and committed to my company’s purpose and goals makes her services priceless! Margaret Otero, InaBind of New Mexico/Visual Impressions Plus
How are those New Year’s resolutions going? If creating a website, blog, article, newsletter, news release, or any other business communication is on your to-do list, and you don’t know where to start, start with me. www.kellykoepke.com