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09 02 2014

09 02 2014

Content Creation Tips For Your Small Business

These days, just about everyone and every business is on social media or has their own website. With so much competition and presence online, it can be challenging to stand out from the rest as a small business. When you post content online, it needs to capture the attention of your audience while at the same time helping you achieve your business goals. While your social media might not help you get a small business loan, it is an essential aspect of staying relevant. This is a tough thing to accomplish if you want your readers to be attracted to your content.

Whether your business has a blog, news page or social media page, there are a few things you should know about the content you create on the Internet. It is possible to create good content that benefits your business without breaking your marketing budget. Here are a few tips to posting online:

Quality

You might not think that a small grammatical error or spelling mistake can tarnish your business reputation online, but it is something that readers pick up on. According to a study by Disruptive Communications, 42.5 percent of respondents said the No. 1 thing they hate most about many social media posts is poor spelling or grammar. When you post content online, make sure that you have an editing system to limit these kinds of errors that your audience may find disruptive or off-putting.

Frequency

Younger readers between the ages of 18 to 24 said they were less concerned with grammar and spelling and cared more about how frequently a business posted online. To engage an audience and keep their attention over the long run, it is essential that your business posts online regularly to maintain its presence.

Variation

No one wants to read the same thing time and again, which is why content variety is key to keeping an audience engaged. Consider your online content to be an interaction with your customers or clients. To remain as an industry insight leader or to give your audience a new perspective, you need to change up the type of content (news, blogs, etc.) regularly.

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