Tag: blogging

  1. How To: Start Your Company’s Blog

    We’re always talking about how blogging is a crucial part of any company’s social media marketing strategy, but we’ve never really explained how your company can actually launch a self-hosted WordPress blog  and measure its effectiveness. Here are 12 quick steps to get you started: Name your blog. http://www.NameofCompanyBlog.com is a popular choice. Another option many companies choose is http://www.NameofCompanyNews.com. You can purchase your domain name from a domain reseller like http://www.GoDaddy.com, http://www.Register.com, or http://www.Domain.com. Determine hosting for your blog…. Read More

  2. How does blogging effect SEO?

    Often referred to as social media, blogs exist on every topic imaginable, and in every industry. Anyone with an Internet connection can set up their own cyber-soapbox in a few minutes — and for free on sites like Google-owned Blogger or Word Press. But the question in the minds of many business owners: What possible return on investment can my company receive from launching a blog? There are numerous reasons why it makes sense to blog for your business, whether… Read More

  3. He Said. She Said. Why is Syndication Important?

    mRELEVANCE managing partners offer their respective expertise in this ongoing, “He Said. She Said” column. Each post in this series focuses on answering a question about online marketing from two different perspectives.. Carol Flammer answers from the reader’s perspective, where it’s all about content. Mitch Levinson answers from the perspective of a search engine. Q: Why is Syndication important? And how does it help you expand your reach? A: Carol – Tick Tock. Tick Tock. You are already writing the… Read More

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  5. Who Should Write the Company Blog?

    Often people ask me, “Who should be the author of the company blog?” And like so many things in life, there is really not just one right answer. It could be someone in sales or marketing, or even the company president or CEO.  Maybe it is even all of the above.  Your corporate blog can be a team effort. One of the fun things about having a group of bloggers is that your blog will have multiple authors and multiple… Read More

  6. He Said. She Said. How Often Should I Post?

    Our ongoing, “He Said. She Said” column continues. Each post focuses on answering a question about online marketing from two different perspectives. mRELEVANCE managing partners offer their respective expertise in this column.  Carol Flammer answers from the reader’s perspective, where it’s all about content. Mitch Levinson answers from the perspective of a search engine. Q: How often should I post? A: Carol – Post regularly on your blog. Keep your readers in mind, typically two to three times a week… Read More

  7. Integrated Marketing Plan Connects Builder to Homebuyers

    mRELEVANCE, LLC is pleased to announce the launch of the new Signature Homes blog, http://signaturehomesblog.com. This highly optimized blog serves as a source of information for homebuyers and real estate agents in the Bay Area and Sacramento region, and is at the core of the overall social media marketing strategy created for the Northern California builder by the mRELEVANCE team. In addition to the blog, the Signature Homes social media program includes Facebook, Twitter and YouTube components. “We worked closely… Read More

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  9. Three Reasons Why You Should Stop Spamming Blogs Now

    In your travels through the blogosphere, I’m sure you’ve seen spammy comments from some internet users. You know what they look like—blatant advertising in the form of irrelevant, impersonal comments with multiple links. They shamelessly promote people or products and want to spread as many links back to their sites as they can. Their authors probably mistakenly believe it’s an appropriate cheap substitute for working to build relevant links. Blog spammers- you know who you are- beware and keep reading!… Read More

  10. Communicating with Your Customers: They are Just a Click Away

    Communicating with your customer base is fundamental, especially in an age where your competition is only a click away. Social media helps maintain communication, and a blog is the perfect tool to use. Businesses use blogs to showcase new products, give advice to potential clients, discuss industry news or share current events. A blog can help position your company as an expert, build your brand and even increase your website traffic. If this sounds like a communication tool that you’d… Read More

  11. Sometimes You Get What You Pay For!

    Still looking for ROI from your blog and social media? If you set up a free blog, chances are you will be looking for ROI for a long, long time. The phrase, “you get what you pay for” is just as appropriate for these blogs as in all other situations. Of course, your free blog does provide you with a place to post additional content online, but without the benefits of  SEO, targeted syndication and a marketing strategy (complete with… Read More

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  13. A Higher Education: 50+ University

    The Atlanta 50+ Housing Council has teamed up with 50+ Councils from around the country to present  50+ University Day. More than 20 guest speakers will serve as the instructors and panelists on Thursday, Oct. 14 at the Cobb Galleria Center. mRELEVANCE founder, Carol Flammer will present a 3 hour seminar on “How to Use Social Media as a Marketing Tool.” GREC credits are available for this course. Learn how social media can help your business reach existing customers AND… Read More