How You Can Expand Your Online Business

If your business is basing itself online, then you’re not going to get far if you’re short on the methods that other businesses are making full use of. You need ways to reach out to your customers, and without them, it’s going to be very difficult for them to find you. That’s why you should make sure you’re doing all that you can to draw some attention to your site.

You need a place where people can learn all about you, and while other eCommerce sites might be a good place to begin when you’re just starting out, you’ll eventually want to branch out to your own website. There’s a lot you can do with your online presence when you have your own site.

Consider a blog

If you want to draw more traffic to your pages, then you need to create more reasons for people to come. If they’re not interested specifically in the service or product that you’re offering, then it’s going to be hard for them to find you. When you have a blog on your website, there are many topics being discussed, and you can draw in a much broader audience.

Of course, the other reason you should be interested in a blog is for SEO purposes. If you want your site to show up higher on the search engine results page, then you need to increase your rankings. If your site is lacking in content, or the content that’s there is not useful, you’re not going to be showing up high in the results. That means that even if people are searching for what you’re selling, you won’t be a high priority.

Create a social media page

Creating a page on a popular social media site is a great way for you to gain a bigger following. If you know how to use social media, and take advantage of the trends that are currently popular, you could find your social media page getting a lot more traction. You have to understand that when it comes to social media, it can’t all be about business. If you want people to follow you, you need to give them a reason why. People aren’t just going to follow you for a constant stream of advertisements.

If you find that signing up for social media isn’t for your business, or the platforms available don’t offer you what you need – you can go about it another way. You can create your own community app to help you bridge that gap between you and your following. One of the many benefits that social media has to offer is that you can openly communicate with your audience, and answer any questions or queries that they might have, increasing your chance of sales.

With such platforms, you also have a great source of customer feedback. When customers are constantly reaching out with their concerns, it gives you a great idea of what changes you should be making about your business, and how you can better sell your products.


What Role Does Blogging Play in a Small Business?

When it comes to setting up a small business, you will have a list of priorities; chances are blogging is fairly low on that list, but that shouldn’t be the case. Blogging has been around for a while, but it has lasted for a reason. Blogging is a free and fast way to build a loyal audience.  

Master the Art of Converting, Troubleshooting and Sharing

Conversion, troubleshooting and sharing; these three words are at the heart of online marketing. In order to be successful, you need to know how to convert visitors into customers, troubleshoot any problems that may occur and share your content in a way that encourages people to take action. In this blog post, I will explore each of these concepts in detail and provide you with tips that will help you improve your results.

I’m No 51 on the TOP LIFESTYLE BLOGS in the UK!

I have been excited to write this blog post for a while but have been exhausted as I have recently taken on a second job. (More details will be revealed over time and in a separate blog) However, I bounced out of bed this Sunday morning and decided to get this post written as I am excited to share that my blog has been listed at No.51 for the top lifestyle blog in the UK. To say I a proud is an understatement. Where blogging is concerned, I have been writing blog posts since 2009 and have tried during this time to get my blog listed; however it has always failed to be selected.


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