The labor revolution promises great changes in all industries, especially tech-related fields. The remote office will be a strong trend for companies’ production, and more citizens are looking for jobs that offer hybrid schedules to create a more comfortable work environment that is proof of contingencies such as COVID-19.
It’s easier now than ever to start a blog in 2020 – even if you’re a beginner who doesn’t understand coding or web design.
With the correct tools and a plan, you can have your own personal or professional blog and launch it in less than 30 minutes. Writing content and blog posts can take much longer, though.
Companies that blog earn 97% more links to their site than companies that don’t. Another 57% say that they have earned customers as a direct result of their blogging efforts. That’s a pretty significant incentive to continue posting. However, if you struggle to come up with a steady stream of ideas for your blog you aren’t alone. It’s challenging coming up with fresh new ideas that are engaging and relevant to your audience. Keep new blog post topics flowing, check out the following ten steps.
If used correctly, blogs can be one of the most powerful marketing tools for any type of business. Through blog content, you get the chance to define your brand’s values, give your business a voice and appeal to your target audience. That, of course, if you know who your audience is.
Do you ever browse through blogs and think, “wow, they’ve got some pretty cool feature images!”
How do you feel when you scroll through your Instagram feed and notice how perfectly consistent all the photos are?
If you’re a beginner blogger or entrepreneur, you’re probably wondering how you can do the same thing with your images and branding.
Except you have no creative bone in your body.
And using a tool like Photoshop can be expensive, a steep learning curve and you already have enough on your plate to deal with as an entrepreneur, let alone devote time to learning graphic design.
You could outsource the job but then that’s another expense you really can’t afford if you’re only starting out and if you’re on a budget.
Luckily, there are free graphic design tools for non-designers like yourself.
They are easy-to-use and the best bit? They’re free of charge!