Is your business considering a blog or resource center?
Do you have a blog that is not performing and wondering how to ramp it up for better results?
Listen in on this Halftime Mike Podcast episode where Mike interviews Ian Cleary and uncovers keys to business blogging success!
In This Episode: Business Blogging Success with Ian Cleary
In this episode I interview tech tool guru Ian Cleary of Razor Social. We dig into Blogging for Business and the keys for any small business wanting to grow a greater presence online.
Ian will be a speaker at the Doable Social Summit with Mike online this September. Ian hails from Dublin, Ireland, and is a frequent speaker at some of the largest social media events around the world. His blog was named a top 10 winner of best Social Media blogs by Social Media Examiner the past 2 years!
Listen in on this episode with Ian and leave with my promise: Practical and doable tips to help you in your business!
- Ian’s story of blog growth with RazorSocial.com
- A key mistake to avoid in business blogging
- How and why content is so critical in online marketing and SEO ranking
- 3 Top Keys for businesses wanting to grow their traffic and presence online (hint competitor research with a site called Buzzsumo is included)
- Tips for what to do after a new post goes live
- How to collaborate with industry leaders to increase amplification of a post
- 1 new tool that Ian recommends (hint: it helps you grow your email list!)
Podcast Episode Resource Links:
See Ian’s topic and the rest of our featured speakers for the Doable Social Summit in September at the Doable Social Summit Speakers.
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