Blogging to Build Your Business

Blogging to Build Your BusinessI’ve previously written about that fact that blogging needn’t be a chore, and it is actually thought that blogging induces a feel good factor, in the same way exercising does. 

While that’s all well and good, I assume that nobody has started a Voices blog just for the fun of it, or in the hope of giving themselves a health kick!  Instead, you have done so with the aim of creating more business for yourself.  It’s not going to happen immediately, but ultimately your blog should help you to increase your earnings.  If not, why would you spend your valuable time on it?

While it’s motivating to hear stories about salespeople who secure listings on the strength of their blog alone – no cold calling, no mail drops, no listing presentation – how do you ensure that it happens to you?

Check out the Top 10 Ways to Use Blogging In Real Estate by Mariana Wagner.  Mariana is in the process of writing this series of posts, but if the first two are anything to go by, you will benefit a lot from what she has to say.  Make sure you subscribe to get future posts.

Some of the advice or tips may not apply to you, but you will all find something to take from these articles to help improve your blog and in time, your business.  

And please do come back to this post and let us all know when you get ‘the call’

Perhaps you’ve already had it?



June 30 2008 04:38 pm | Voices Blog

3 Responses to “Blogging to Build Your Business”

  1. Jay Thompson on 30 Jun 2008 at 5:09 pm #

    I think that series would be helpful in many ways for any business blog. Some of it is real estate specific, but even those parts are easily adapted.

    Part #3 is about to be posted. Mariana let me “guest post” for her.

  2. helping-hand on 30 Jun 2008 at 5:14 pm #

    Thanks Jay, looking forward to your contribution. Kerry

  3. Mariana Wagner on 02 Jul 2008 at 11:19 am #

    Kerry – Thank you for the mention. I am looking forward to continuing through this series as well.

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