The common perception among small business owners and bloggers alike is that branding is strictly for mega corporations with millions of dollars in advertising budget. Well, I would like to say that this was true many years ago but not anymore. With the advent of the internet, it’s now a level playing field for both big and little businesses to market their brands.
To manage posts that are actually done and over with its original purpose. This is to make certain you won’t be receiving comments for your blog posts which are highly time sensitive. For instance, you had a previous post announcing a specific contest and inviting everybody to enter the said competition. If you still receive comments and entries for that particular blog post even after the contest is already over, then closing blog comments could be the best option to consider. With this, you will no longer have time to respond to those comments to let them know that the contest is over.
Another branding tactic you may apply is your posting style or frequency. How often are you going to post? Can you publish articles every day, bi-weekly or per week? You have to decide on this and stick to it. Your readers should know when to expect your next article. After all; Branding is all about consistency and predictability.
A blog shouldn’t ramble and cover multiple unrelated topics. Stay focused on what your blog is all about. If you want to blog about several unrelated topics, create more than one check it out. You can even network and cross-link them. Just try to keep each blog focused on its intended purpose. You’ll find it’s a lot more capable of capturing and keeping interest.
A good idea would be to read and subscribe to online blogs and articles relevant in your niche. By doing this you open yourself up to new information and opportunities.
First, lets discuss why — if you’re a car dealership, restaurant, chiropractor, public speaker, or whatever — being in full control of your online reputation is so important.
Take into account that there is not any ideal blog my friend and this will only depend on the readers.If necessary changes are much needed in your blog then it is on your own part to make it happen. You may potentially lose readers if your site is not up to par with the latest trends.