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It’s important to update your business blog regularly. So, here’s a free list of topics for business blogs - use these for the next one year!
It’s important to update your business blog regularly. So, here’s a free list of topics for business blogs – use these for the next one year!
Are you blogging for your business? Do you run a corporate blog to gain mind-share, market-share or profit-share?
And you don’t know what to blog about?
If I had to create a Blogging Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) on what I get asked most of the time, the top questions would be:
1. Why blog?
2. What to blog about?
If I had to answer, Why should a business/corporate blog?, the answers are manifold:
The next question is, What should I blog about?
In this post, I’m listing blog post ideas for a business blog which can last you for 1 year, if you publish at least 1 post a week. The key to success is consistency over a long period. For that, focus, planning and a commitment to invest in your blog are the most important requirements.
I usually recommend a healthy mix of different content formats on a corporate blog including blogs, pictures, infographics and video content.
So, choose a topic from the list below, decide on the format, and publish, publish, and publish away!
NOTE: Some of the above may already be part of most company websites, but a blog post is usually more informal and can be written by the CEO/founder/core team in an anectodal/story-telling fashion.
Understanding the Hype Cycle of a Blog
Why you should wear the 6 Thinking Hats on your blog
Focus on Diversity on your blog
Why will a reader remember your blog?
Importance of an editorial calendar
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First published at the author’s blog
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