Blogging for Business

Blogging Tip: Use frequently asked questions

Coming up with ideas for blog posts can sometimes be the hardest part of blogging.

If you’re struggling for ideas then our top blogging tip is to use the questions customers or clients are asking as subjects for your post. These are the things that people want to know.

For example, if you are an accountant then you may get asked about the difference in being a sole trader or a limited company. You can create a blog post explaining the difference and the benefits of each.

At Make Your Copy Count we often get asked “what should I blog about?” so we used this as an idea for our own blog post.

If you’re listening to what people are asking then you can get a whole host of ideas for blog posts. Frequently asked questions are a great place to start.

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