Blogging – a Powerful Method To Market Your Business and Increase Your Cash Flow [Infographic]
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Below you will find an graphical image created by Ignite Spot describing blogging methods to market your business and create a supplemental or a full time cash flow for yourself and family.
Increase Your Cash Flow – Market Your Business Through a Blog
To date, 6.7 million people blog on blogging sites and 12 million people blog via social networking sites.
For those people like me that blog at least once a week, you will know that blogging is a powerful and easy way to market your business, and is also the best form of content marketing.
In today’s business world, there are thousands of bloggers on the Internet that are smart enough to use blogging as a way to earn a great side income or a full time living.
Having a Blog Can Serve as Your “Central Hub” for Your Internet-Based Business.
Having a blog for your business not only will build your credibility with potential clientele, but it can bring more inbound links and up to 434% more indexed pages within Google and other major search engines.
Having a blog for your small business can build your brand, generate countless leads for your business, build relationships with potential prospects and, quite possibly if done right, generate multiple streams of income.
It is shown that small businesses with blogs generate 126% more leads and 61% of US consumers have made a purchase based on a blog post.
Your blog can generate these incomes through many different methods… Affiliate Marketing, List Building, CPA Lead Generation, eBooks and General Advertising just to name a few.
Of course these strategies should include products or services that you recommend.
5 types of Bloggers – According to the Infographic
1. Part Time Blogger – Uses his/her blog to supplement income.
2. The Hobbyist Blogger – Blogs for fun and doesn’t earn any income.
3. The Full-Time Professional Blogger – Blogs as a full time job.
4. The Corporate Blogger – Blogs as as part of their full-time job or full-time for an organization (Makes Up 8% of Blogs).
5. The Entrepreneur Blogger – Blogs for a company they own (Makes Up 13% of Blogs).
A few reasons for you to have a blog for your small business can be to: share your expertise, gain professional recognition and attract new clients.
OK, here it is, a detail infographic that will explain blogging methodology. In this graphic image, you will find blogging points for business strategies, categories of blogging and the potential of bloggers to earn an income through the monetizing of their site.
Take a look at the well crafted infographic and share your thoughts when you are finished.
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