Who are you?
You are an Ontario, California business who wants to expand as the city expands.
You want to use blog posts as an content marketing tactic.
Why do you want to use content marketing to promote your Ontario business?
Content marketing is a key component of inbound marketing, in which customers find you, instead of you going out to find customers. They find you because of the attractive content that meets their needs.
For example, let’s say that an Ontario, California content marketing expert wants to target businesses who need blog post writing services. This expert will then create a web page, and possibly a companion blog post, to attract those businesses.
See what I did there? I mean, see what I did here? You ended up on this page.
But merely arriving at this page isn’t enough. I need to provide some content on this page that benefits you. So let’s make this page worth your while…and worth my while.
Further reading: If you want to learn more about inbound marketing and content marketing, read this WebFX piece.
Why do you want to use blog posts to promote your Ontario business?
There are many methods that you can use to attract potential clients to your services, including targeted web pages, case studies/testimonials, white papers, and social media content.
The advantage of a blog post is that it is fresh and immediate. It lets you tell your story now and get it out to the world as soon as possible.
And if you promote the blog post via social media and other methods, so much the better. For example, Bredemarket promotes its Inland Empire-focused blog posts through a dedicated LinkedIn showcase page, a dedicated Facebook group, and occasionally through other avenues.
Further reading: Bredemarket and blog posts.
How can an Ontario business create a blog post?
While there are some advantages to just going to your keyboard and typing away, you’ll get better results if you engage in a bit of planning first. Whether you’re going to write a blog post yourself, or hire someone like Bredemarket to write it for you, you should specify your needs before you start writing. At Bredemarket, I like to ask six questions at the start of a writing project:
- Target Audience?
Perhaps you noticed that this page began with a lot of “why” and “how” questions. There are important questions that help you figure out the “what.”
Once you’ve answered these six questions, you’ll have a clear path to follow as you, or your writer, construct your blog post.
Further reading: click below to read Does your Inland Empire business need written content? (There’s a downloadable e-book at the link.)
How can an Ontario business find a blog post writer?
Well, why not Bredemarket?
After all, I use those six questions as a starting point for my content marketing projects, and I have defined two services that satisfy your blog post needs and other needs. Both services include:
- An initial meeting to define the scope of the project, using the six questions outlined above.
- Bredemarket creation of an initial draft.
- Iterations in which you review the draft and I make changes.
- Bredemarket provision of the final copy, which you can use as you wish.
The exact details vary depending upon the service you select, tied to the length of the content.
Here’s the service tailored to short blog posts and content.
Further reading: Bredemarket 400 Short Writing Service (400-600 words, 2 review cycles; there’s a downloadable brochure at the link)
Or if you need longer content…
Further reading: Bredemarket 2800 Medium Writing Service (2800-3200 words, 3 review cycles; there’s a downloadable brochure at the link)
What should you do next?
If you want to use Bredemarket for blog posts, or other marketing services, contact me and I’ll arrange a meeting. Be prepared for me to ask you a few questions.
- Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Or go to calendly.com/bredemarket to book a Saturday morning meeting with me.
- Or go to bredemarket.com/contact/ to use my contact form.
Further reading: Marketing and writing services for Ontario, California businesses
What if I’m not an Ontario, California business but an Ontario, Canada business?
Wrong page. Sorry.