I have a feeling that people are confused about the difference between a newsletter and a blog so I have been meaning to write this for a while!
Insight, advice, news and chit chat
This is the part of your site which changes regularly, and is meant to.
It’s much more interesting to say on your social networks, “read my new post” (with a great headline) than “I just added a new service on my website’s services page!
Rosie came to Top Left Design requiring a complete website and blog revamp. Her old website and blog were seperate from one another and were in need of a modern, professional re design as well as being joint together.
Rosie’s old website shown below was quite outdated and in need of a contemporary re-design.
I wanted to post this today as it’s Valentine’s Day and this post is dedicated to my main love on social media.
Anyone who has been to my social media seminars knows that I rave about them, and there is a certain light in my eyes when I talk about them.
It’s actually not a person per se – although social media IS all about people and connecting with others.
People have different opinions of the types of posts which are most useful, interesting or tweetable. I personally really like “list posts” (eg top tens, best of, collections), as they are easy to process and pass on. They do seem to also get more traffic. Some of our clients ask for our advice with coming up with ideas for what to blog about, which prompted me to put together a list of the types of posts which I believe will make coming up with blogging ideas easier. I have also included examples for each type!
We recommend people blog regularly and consistantly, but vary your posts. Choose from the below – and feel free to add your comments/suggestions!
This is where you have taken the time and collected together a good selection of examples within a certain topic – which you believe are interesting/useful/cool enough to be labelled “top” or “best”!