How to easily write a business blog post in 2019

How to write a blog for beginners. You’ve been told that you need to write blogs for your business, you now understand these blogs need to be 2,500+ words, but how do you find the time in your schedule to actually write a good blog post?

Everything in marketing always comes back to finding systems that will work for your schedule to write an educational and informative blog post quickly.

In this video I’ll be going through my top tips for writing a good blog post quickly.

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Social Media Trends for business in 2019

Every year social media changes so much, that is a piece of our business I love, because it never gets boring! In 2018 I feel like social media changed A LOT, and moving into 2019, there are new changes. I feel like social media will be more about building relationships and trust with your audience.

You can also sign up for the webinar from Hootsuite to hear more details of the trends for social media in 2019 https://hootsuite.com/webinars/social-trends-you-can-put-into-practice-in-2019

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How to Make a Business Partnership that Lasts

After successfully building a business with a 50-50 business partner, Caitlin with the Social Speak Network describes the 3 key elements to creating a successful business partnership.

content calendar for social media marketing

Creating a Content Calendar for Social Media Marketing can be a daunting task. You may come up with a list of topics, but how do they fit together? Or, perhaps you are stuck at the initial brainstorm of what topics to actually include in your content calendar.

This video dives into the three sources of information for your content calendar for social media (you can also identify topics for your blogging editorial calendar with this same process).

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Additionally, for more tips and tools to use for your digital marketing and content strategy, please join the Social Speak Facebook Group at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/socialspeaknetwork

Gabrielle Crumley - Rielle Social Media

In this interview with Gabrielle, she had her heart and mind set on one direction in college, and little did she know after taking one marketing class, how her world would change. Sometimes you have to just trust your gut and take the leap of faith. Gabrielle has created a life around something she has found a passion for, allowing her to create the freedom and flexibility she was looking for. While still having a passion for animals her path has taken her in a different direction. Listen and see how.

More about Rielle Social Media

Gabrielle Crumley is the social media expert and digital marketing strategist behind Rielle Social Media.

I am passionate about helping business owners overcome their branding and social media challenges to see real success online.

Do you stress about what to post, or spending way too much money on ads that don’t convert? Whatever your specific business goals may be, I can help you achieve them. Learn more about her and her services at https://www.riellesocialmedia.com/

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By utilizing the Eisenhower Matrix, you can divide your tasks into 4 different boxes and be able to focus on what is most important, schedule what is important but not urgent, delegate everything you can and then don’t do the things that don’t serve a purpose in your business.

The Eisenhower Box: How to be More Productive

To Do: Draw a big box on your paper and then divide that box into 4 little boxes.

Label the first box- Do First
Label the second box – Schedule
Label the third box – Delegate
Label the fourth box – Don’t do

5 time management tips when working with the Eisenhower Matrix

  1. Putting things to-do on a list frees your mind. But always question what is worth doing first.
  2. Try limiting yourself to no more than eight tasks per quadrant. Before adding another one, complete the most important one first. Remember: It is not about collecting but finishing tasks.
  3. You should always maintain only one list for both business and private tasks. That way you will never be able to complain about not having done anything for your family or yourself at the end of the day.
  4. Do not let you or others distract you. Do not let others define your priority. Plan in the morning, then work on your stuff. And in the end, enjoy the feeling of completion.
  5. Finally, try not to procrastinate that much. Not even by over-managing your to-dos.

Prioritizing tasks by urgency and importance results in 4 quadrants with different work strategies: https://www.eisenhower.me/eisenhower-matrix/ 

Another example source: http://timewiser.com/blog/eisenhower-matrix-productivity-at-work/

We have been talking to our clients a lot about building their personal brand and how to do that. In this video, below I share with you 7 tips on building your personal brand.

Personal Branding Tips

1. Work on building relationships
2. Really understand your value that you offer
3. Be authentic and transparent
4. Include personal pictures and videos into your digital marketing
5. Live your brand in your everyday life
6. Be consistent with your marketing, social media posts, blogs, videos, newsletters, etc.
7. Listen to your audience

BONUS– share your why and your story!

Can you believe it’s 4th quarter already? It is either time to start resting and planning for the next year, or put your butt in gear and finish the year out strong! In this video, I share 10 simple holiday promotion ideas to help increase your sales for the end of the year! Let’s show 2018 what you are made of!

 

It’s interesting how your life plays out when you think you will be working for corporate forever, and then something changes and you find yourself as a business owner. Creating a life you never thought of and at the same time would never trade in!

More about KNOW

KNOWN is a web development company. we specialize in digitally empowering
small businesses in more than 80 different industries to maximize their
visibility and credibility in the digital marketplace. We provide a
variety of services from web design, web development, SEO, SEM, E-Commerce
development, and mobile apps.

KNOWN was founded in 2010 from the idea that all small businesses should
have a great online presence. The founder, having spent more than 20 years
in the technology sector, observed the services being provided small
businesses for years, and realized that a very important part of their
marketing was either completely missing or not getting the attention it
deserved.

The web developer market space is full of uncertainty due to gimmicks,
overused technical sales jargon, and promises that can’t be kept. all of
this leads to unmet expectations and the unwillingness to invest in your
business’s marketing and technology. KNOWN will guarantee that you will
not get any of that from us.

We are a small business like many of you and have many of the same
challenges you face each day. At KNOWN, we are honest, transparent,
affordable, trustworthy, accessible and experienced.

We promise only what we can deliver!

Contact information:
Website is www.GetFoundBeKnown.com
866-217-0955   Toll Free
Jeff@GetFoundBeKnown.com or nancy.stolbom@getfoundbeknown.com

Like Us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Knownllc
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Jeri Morgan Code Blue Computing

A little more about Jeri

Jeri Morgan is the driving force behind Code Blue Computing, a Denver based I.T. Company that specializes in supporting businesses ranging in size from a one person home-based business to a brick and mortar with 30 employees.  Mom to 7-Year-old twins Zoe and Zachary, Jeri worked for over 20 years in Corporate America before starting her own company.  She enjoys creating a life that includes being a successful business owner and a Mom.

Code Blue Computing was founded by Jeri and her husband Bill in 2010.  They have a passion for supporting business owners. They have clients throughout the United States and enjoy providing Remote Technical Support, Education, Training, and Cyber Security Protection Services.  Her company was named the Best Small Business by the City of Thornton, Colorado in 2012 as well as the Emerging Business of the Year by the Broomfield Chamber of Commerce in 2014.  She has been featured in the Crave Denver City Guides, The Denver Post, and on Colorado’s Best television show in Denver.

Jeri resides in North Denver with her husband Bill, and their children Zoe and Zachary.

Jeri Morgan  |  President
Code Blue Computing
720-746-9763
jeri@codebluecomputing.com
http://codebluecomputing.com