First 100 Blogs
So I have been in the tech industry for more than two decades and the marketing industry for more than a decade and the one thing I always tell clients is they need to create unique content. As we as a business move forward I realise that the reason many clients do not follow our advice is due to the fact we need to lead by example.
So for the next few weeks, I am going to start a new blogging series on our website called the first 100 blogs. On the run-up to the 100 Mark, we are going to launch some special services and show you the power of creating unique content for your website in the form of a blog.
At the same time as doing this on Twiggled.com, I will be writing blogs on my other company websites as well as creating blogs on client sites to help boost them. I want people to realise that this is a worthwhile and essential part of creating a business that is trying to obtain traffic online.
Now writing is not a natural thing to do for me. In the aim to be honest, open and to make people realise that anyone can do this. I am dyslexic and I could not read properly till I was about 10 years old and I had special lessons from my mother's friend who was a teacher. I still have the Biggles books that I was reading once I got to a point where it became easier. These days I spend most of my time reading manuals, blogs and instructions and technical documents for my work. But I disclose this background freely to show that anyone who wants to succeed needs to get out of their comfort zone to make sure they create unique content.
As part of this new content creation drive by myself and Twiggled. We are going to start creating video tutorials and we are also going to do Facebook lives and also start a series of webinars for anyone who wishes to learn more.
So I will end this first blog with a Thank You for taking the time to read this.
Tip: If like me you struggle with writing then write it as you say it. Alternatively, record what you want to write and ask someone to write it for you. Also, I use Grammarly to help me and like most people, I use a spell checker. But make sure its set to English UK and not the US. Made that mistake a few times in the past.