Local Business Needs Website & Blog. Learn Why.

 Tuesday, February 11, 2020


In today’s competitive business world, you can rarely find a business that doesn’t have a website. 

A website acts as a strategic tool to expand the visibility of your brand and reach a wider audience. However, the website alone is not enough to define your brand’s personality and market authority - you should have a blog as well to emerge as a game-changer.

How Blogging and Content Marketing Can Help Your Brand?

You must have seen that market-leading companies are proactive with content marketing campaigns - they frequently upload new content on their website. It is just as important for small businesses to do the same. 

No matter if you are into building software products or a local business offering lawn mowing service or something else, a company blog can make your digital presence shine in the digital world. Here are a few reasons why your business needs a BLOG!

Audience stays informed

Apart from the website, a blog can be a great idea to keep a constant flow of information updating to your website. Content on the website is usually very straightforward and has fewer possible variations, on the other side blogs allow you to spark some real conversations with your audience. You can talk more about what you are and integrate it with what you do on your blogs. 

You can also manage to keep the communication channel active and relate your brand personality with ongoing relevant industry trends.

Traffic and SEO

One of the key reasons for having a company blog is to increase your visibility on search engines. In simple words, the more keyword-optimized content you have on your website, the more are the chances of your website showing up on search engines. Blogs are a perfect way to enhance your SEO and help you drive organic traffic to your business website, generating traffic and converting leads.

Better internal links

Internal links can make your audience stay longer on your website and a more engaged user has more chances of buying from you. Internal links are totally in your control and blogs can be the perfect tool to interlink as many pages as you want. It can help visitors with site navigation, pointing them to the most important pages on your website and can also improve your SEO performance.

Audience interaction

Blogs are a way of communicating new information to your audience and at the same time allowing them to engage and share their viewpoint. With a conversational tone and a highly interactive platform, you can encourage feedback and discussion in the comment sections of your blogs. Also, sharing these blogs on social media can help you nurture engagement and attract more benefits!

Build your database

Apart from pushing a blog live on the website, companies share them on social media channels and as newsletters/emails to broadcast their company message across multiple platforms. 

If people find your blog content informative, relevant and engaging, chances are they might subscribe to your newsletters as well. Trust us - blogs are the easiest way to encourage people to sign up for newsletters and eventually help you build your email database.

Social Exposure

Social media can improve the reach of your content. Every time you write a blog post, you’re creating content that people can easily share on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, and other channels. This helps expose your company to audiences you might not even know yet. Sharing blogs on popular social media can simultaneously strengthen your digital marketing efforts and bring new visitors to your website.

Team Walibu can help you create and maintain a high-value online presence for your business. To connect with us, send an email at team@walibu.com, and someone from our support team will assist you shortly. 

Let us help you fine-tune your marketing, technology, and design campaigning efforts! Contact Walibu for more details!


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