The Art of Blog

Social marketing can feel a bit overwhelming if you are running a simple convenience store or craft shop. Why would you need to blog? You have a website with contact information and store hours. You are busy running the operations, handling deliveries and worker schedule issues, ensuring your products are available to customers and keeping things clean and safe in a frightening COVID 19 world of new social distancing and face mask wearing.

How could blogging possibly work for you and where would you find the time? What would you write about and who would read it?

First of all, blogging works. Point proven, you are reading this. It’s like reading someone’s diary; there is a subconscious human need to connect with others that has given this sort of customer interest tracking tool a real edge. It allows for comments – i.e. feedback. It allows for followers to get recognition for kind words or suggestions or networking opportunities by a quick follow back. Then there are the wonderful stats and the possibility to make money in affiliate advertising. But you don’t need to understand blogging or be good at writing to benefit from blogging with Simple Office Solutions.

Blogging creates attachment and familiarity between your business and the readers who take a few minutes to check in and see what your business is about. It is a sort of online collection of friends and fans. You can use it to help develop your business brand loyalty; you can also use individual product brand loyalty to bring new customers to your business. Best of all, Simple Office Solutions offers daily or weekly blogging packages that can be incorporated into your existing social media marketing without you needing to brainstorm over a single paragraph or put one hand to the keyboard or touchpad.

Fill out a contact form below to see how easy blogging can be with someone else doing the writing.

Published by BossMama

Teacher, secretary, behavioural therapist, linguist, artist, designer, Wiccan, Vampire-fiction fan, LARP storyline writer, hiking enthusiast, horse obsessed, Mommy to an assortment of furred and feathered babies. Enseignant, secrétaire, thérapeute comportemental, crivain, artiste, Vampire aimant, écrivain storyline LARP, passionné de randonnée, cheval obsédé, "witchy" femme et Maman à un assortiment de bébés à fourrure et à plumes.

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