We know, you’re busy and writing blogs for your website can feel like a mountain you can’t quite make it up, but we’ve got your back. We’ve put together a list with a few recommendations to help keep you going. These blog ideas are easy to execute, will help build your brand’s personality and improve SEO!
Here are our 5 ideas for easy blog articles:
What We’re Reading
Get the whole team together for this one. Pick 3-4 questions to ask each team member about books they’re currently reading or have recently read. This post will involve little work for the content writer, but will help your customer base get to know the team. Customers are looking for personality, so give them what they want! See it in action on one of our client’s blogs!
Business Lessons Learned
You’ve made some mistakes and learned important lessons from them. Take a few minutes to jot down the most important lessons you’ve learned in your time in business. People are constantly searching for advice on Google, so posting this type of content will help improve your SEO.
Have you been asked the same question by several different customers? It’s time to start compiling a list of common questions so you can post blogs answering a common question or a few questions. Be careful about including too much industry jargon. Remember you’re the expert, your customer isn’t.
So you have a staff page set-up that talks all about the jobs they do, but have you ever shared with customers and potential customers about how your staff take their coffee? Consider putting together a “get to know the staff” blog post showcasing unique and interesting things about each team member. This is a fun way to build your brand’s personality! The best part: you can make this a series and post about one staff member each month (unless of course you have 10 or more staff members, then you may want to combine a few).
Do you sell products requiring some assembly or maybe a bit of a tutorial? Have you or your customers discovered unique ways to use your products? Post a blog with a tutorial of your product to engage potential customers and keep customers coming back! Think of it as customer service.
Now, get out there and get posting! What are some of your go-to blog ideas?