Learn how you can tackle Awareness: Biggest Problem of Blogging!
The truth is blogging can take a huge amount of time. It’s easy to get caught up in the process of building a blog and then succumbing to the pressure to keep adding fresh content on a daily, weekly or monthly basis. Not to mention the time involved promoting your site only to receive a few visitors and no comments or feedback after all of your hard work.
My last article discussed how to remove the obstacle of blogging. The trick that provides the biggest bang for your buck is guest blogging.
What is guest blogging?
This article is a guest post. I am writing this for theBrokerList, not for my own blog restaurantrealestateadvisors.com.
Why guest blog?
There are many reasons to guest blog, but the most important reason, in my opinion for new bloggers, is to connect and engage with readers that share similar interests. When you write an article for an existing blog, you are reaching a much larger audience than you can possibly reach if you were to write the same article for your own blog.
Where should you guest blog?
If you are reading this article, I suggest thebrokerlist for a few reasons. First, as a commercial real estate professional, you will be writing to your peers and potential clients. The second reason, theBrokerList team makes the process very easy.
What is the value of guest blogging?
You will begin to find your voice, improve your writing skills and broaden your connections. Second, you will be provided a by-line. A by-line is a short biography so readers can learn more about you and contact you.
And guess what? Google is going to index your article and in return more potential clients will find your article. This article covered the reason why guest blogging can be a better and less time intensive option to get started as a CRE blogger. But is blogging worth your time? I can tell you that personally I have made many great connections and friends through blogging. But you want cold hard cash. Does blogging generate revenue? To find out read my article “How I Made $16,189 from One Blog Post”.
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