We have many years of experience in blogging for businesses in a range of sectors – not only in constructing relevant and interesting content, but also in terms of disseminating and recycling blogs and blog content in order to gain maximum impact from the effort put in to each article.
Business blogging is a key part of any digital marketing strategy, providing the blogging organisation with a chance to develop a position of authority and thought leadership within their niche or industry, and with the opportunity to develop strong links to assist with search engine optimisation. In addition, business blogging can be hugely beneficial to a social media marketing strategy and these are approaches we often recommend are used in tandem.
Our business blogging offer includes content writing, blog building, social media promotion, training, topic development, and proof reading. In addition, we are also happy to review your blog or company website and suggest changes and improvements – if you don’t need any, we’ll be honest and tell you!
Our Business Blogging Experience
Elliot, our lead consultant, has vast experience within digital marketing and blogging in particular. In 2014, he was a judge for the education category of the UK Blog Awards alongside individuals such as Mike Little (the co-founder of WordPress) and Perry McCarthy (the original Top Gear Stig) – although they were judging different categories! He has edited industry leading news websites including Market Research World, as well as generating leads and traffic for a number of private business blogs.
The UK Blog Awards kindly said the following about our business blogging experience:
Becki Cross, Collaborative Partner, National UK Blog Awards and MD, Events Northern Ltd
“We asked Elliot to be one of the Expert Judges for the Education Category of the UK Blog Awards due to a demonstrable knowledge of the sector, as well as his experience in digital marketing and social media engagement. As a judge, Elliot gave a full and clear rationale behind his views and was a pleasure to have involved, with great attention to detail and enthusiasm. He was the youngest judge for the UK’s inaugural blogging awards, which had over 900 entries and 16k public votes – which is obviously a fantastic accolade.”