Having run Monstah Mash for the past few years my bread and butter is sports blogging. However the world of finance has always been something near and dear to me as well. In fact before jumping into the world of technology, the world of wealth management was what I had originally set my eyes on. And that is why blogging in private wealth management will be the subject of this week’s blog post. Read more “Why your private wealth management firm should blog”
When it comes to building your business and brand you’ll have to juggle between sparing no expense and pinching every penny you’ve got.
Your design and content must be top notch to jump ahead of your competitors, but you don’t want to go so far in the red that you shut everything down. Fortunately, building a brand that resonates with your target market doesn’t have to be expensive – it just requires being smart with your budget.
You caught a breaking story, published a stellar write-up on it and are left with a new post on your blog and nothing else. Where do you go from here? If you don’t have one already, then developing a kick-ass blog content strategy would be the next place to focus your attention.
Nowadays creating a website is easier than ever.
Content management systems like WordPress, SquareSpace, Wix, and more do most, if not all, of the heavy lifting, but that doesn’t mean that there isn’t room for styling tips and improvement to beautify your website.
Yes folks, we’re talking about coding.
I’m not going to lie, I’m a huge fan of Twitter.
It’s such a versatile and useful tool to grow your blog, and I honestly think it is chronically underutilized. Sure Facebook was the original successful social media (sorry MySpace), and Instagram was the one that attracted aspiring “models” and got bought out, but there is just something about Twitter, and micro blogging in general that you need to use in your growth strategy.
So your business has a blog – that’s awesome! Welcome to a journey that will (hopefully) bring you more traffic to your website and ultimately more leads. Whether you’re in finance, biotech, or healthcare there is plenty of content you could be creating for your audience.
But how often should you blog? Once a month, a week, or a day? It’s a subtly hard question, so let’s dive in.
You’ve rolled your eyes when a colleague mentions using Twitter as a marketing strategy.
Twitter? You scoff. That’s for over-sharers. It’s for people who tweet selfies off the toilet, pictures of their scrambled eggs, or faux inspirational quotes.
We’ve been there.
It’s narcissistic, o one gives a crap what I think are all valid thoughts, and impressions. They can be 100% true in certain cases. But much like networking, social-networking isn’t so much about telling people about yourself as much as it is letting them do the talking and telling them what they want to hear. Read more “The importance of leveraging Twitter in your marketing strategy”