Blogging is transformational for any business

 

Blogging is transformational for me, in many ways. I express this in as many ways as I can. I want to share this, because sharing is multiplying. And if blogging becomes easier for you by what I’m sharing, then I know that more and more blog posts will be appearing online about so many important, fun, transformational and inspiring topics….

Blogging is Transformational

One thing I thoroughly enjoy using for my blog, are the questions I’m hearing. Questions are great. Really great, even. Why? Well, for me, any question is a potential blog topic. Some questions I keep hearing. Then I know I can definitely write a blog post about that. And I do. Even a question such as “Is blogging also useful for my business?” The short answer is “Yes, definitely!”. Blogging is transformational for any type of business. Would you like to know why? Then keep reading…

It is my firm belief that every business can benefit from blogging. In the general sense, because blogging is a powerful marketing tool. Each business can benefit from marketing. So, that can also work in the form of blogging. However, it runs much deeper than that. Blogging is transformational, because you learn so much from it: about yourself, about your products and services, about your business, about your market, about the readers of your blog, about your clients and fans.

Whatever your business… blogging is transformational

It really is. Not blogging equals robbing yourself and your business something priceless: your very own social media platform. What? Yes, you’re reading this correctly. With your blog page on your own website, you can have conversations with your clients, fans and readers. You open up topics for discussion, topics you know are relevant to your clients. By creating a conversation, you create connection. Readers will comment, respond, offer feedback, information, insights. Readers will share your posts. Just like what happens on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter… exactly… just like other social media platforms. Including your very own business social media platform: your blog! Now there’s a transformational thought, isn’t there?

Let’s go back to the question of whether blogging is useful for your business. Do you have clients? Do you have knowledge? If your answer is yes, to both questions, then you can blog. Do you have a solution to your clients’ problems (challenges, fears, insecurities, knowledge gaps, illnesses, unfulfilled desires)? Then it is useful for you to blog!

Hundreds and hundred of entrepreneurs have received a list of 20 blog topics or more. Within 15 minutes at that. About the widest range of topics. I am listing a few for you here, in no particular order:

  • Dog Training
  • Sustainable Housing
  • Financial Reporting
  • Sexuality
  • Romantic City Trips
  • High Sensitivity
  • Real Estate
  • Copywriting
  • Architecture
  • Sibling Loss
  • Business Coaching
  • Personal Development
  • Job Interviews
  • Divorce Mediation
  • Yoga & Zen
  • Funeral Photography
  • Doing Business in France
  • Teenagers
  • Adult Education
  • Women Empowerment
  • Love & Dating

Is your business activity not included in this list? How wonderful! Because in that I have this short assignment for you:

Describe briefly what it is you do for your customers, and I will give your 5 topics you can blog about, here on this page, in my reply to your comment. I find it really important that you continue to discover the transformational possibilities for your blog. So, put me to work by leaving your comment, please!

I am also offering a bonus for your comment: a practical, transformational tip to test your blog topics with your ideal clients and readers via social media and create instant engagement.

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It is my greatest wish to inspire and encourage you to build your online legacy. Would you like be confident in sharing your valuable content with your readers, prospects, fans and clients in the most simple, fast, and authentic way? Wouldn’t you just love to eliminate the unnecessary stress, time, effort and energy that you experience about blogging?

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Live, Love & Leave your Legacy
Saskia
xx

19 thoughts on “Blogging is transformational for any business

  1. Veron Goemans

    Thank you for your inspiration Saskia.
    My mission is to help entrepeneurs by writing and marketing their own book. With a book they can inspire a great amount of people so the impact is huge.
    I am getting better in blog topics but your suggestions are always welcome.

    Reply
    1. Saskia van de Riet Post author

      Hi Veron, great to read your mission. Great legacy to leave, too 😉

      Here, are my five topics for you:
      1. Why your book must be written
      2. The 5 myths about publishing your own book
      3. The fastest way to overcome the fear of writing
      4. The BIG reasons your clients need your book
      5. The more you write the more you will enjoy writing

      Do let me know, are these helpful for you, Veron?
      Saskia
      xx

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  2. Huia

    Thanks for your post! I’m still new at blogging – it’s only my second month. I’ve not seen a correlation in business growth yet but I’m assuming it will come in good time? My business is as a health and wellness mentor and advocate for a gut-health program based on real food.

    Reply
    1. Saskia van de Riet Post author

      Well, Huia, there is a whole blogging journey ahead of you, how wonderful!

      Here, are my five topics for you:
      1. How would you define real food?
      2. The 5 foods you should never eat again
      3. Why your must feed, not fill you body
      4. Your gut is telling you something – are you listening?
      5. Be kind to your gut, be kind to you

      Do let me know, are these helpful for you, Huia?
      Saskia
      xx

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  3. Maria

    My target is to be a go-to resource for people who aspire to publish their own low content books such as journals, coloring books, planners, cards, among others. What possible topics do you think may I blog about?

    Great post, Saskia! Carry on and thank you.

    Reply
    1. Saskia van de Riet Post author

      Hi Maria, that is a great topic and I’m sure many, many people will be wanting your services.
      Here, are my five topics for you:

      1. How does your own planner/card deck/journal strengthen your positioning ?
      2. What is the link between mindfulness and colouring?
      3. Ten creative ideas for reaching your goals faster
      4. The top three healing qualities of sparking your creativity?
      5. What happens to your brain when you’re journalling

      Do let me know, are these helpful for you, Maria?
      Saskia
      xx

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  4. Julia Neiman

    I blog for several reasons:

    1. To demonstrate I really do know what I’m talking about.
    2. Positioning myself as an expert teacher/trainer in my area.
    3. To test ideas for new lessons and courses.
    4. Visibility
    5. Stay up on the Google List by using best SEO practices.

    It’s often time consuming but well worth it. I don’t always post daily but I will post once a week at a minimum.

    Reply
    1. Saskia van de Riet Post author

      Those are all fabulous reasons to blog and to keep blogging, Julia.
      When you repurpose your blogs consciously, then blogging isn’t time consuming… but highly valuable 😉
      Saskia
      xx

      Reply
  5. Amrita Basu (Misra)

    Blogging is life changing indeed. I too believe that. Great insight shared.

    Reply
    1. Saskia van de Riet Post author

      You’re welcome Amrita! Great to read you consider blogging to be life-changing for you.
      Saskia
      xx

      Reply
  6. Jyll Hoyrup

    I started my blog ten years ago but didn’t do much with it, even after I launched my business. I still struggle to write regularly (which is why UBC has been so great — to start creating that daily habit). I agree with your article, that blogging is a powerful way to build your business and create a name or platform for yourself. I’d love 5 suggestions based on what I do, Saskia. As a Master Psychic and Intuitive Healer/Coach, I teach people how to tap into and improve their intuition gifts. I also help people remove energetic blocks and patterns that cause them to feel stuck, anxious or not moving forward in life the way they desire.

    Reply
    1. Saskia van de Riet Post author

      Thank you, Jyll, for your beautiful comment! And I am happy to see you’re also a blog convert 😉

      Here, are my five topics for you:
      1. How do you recognise I am not following my intuition?
      2. The 5 habits that cloud your intuition
      3. How channeling can change you life
      4. What is the real message behind anxiety?
      5. How unfulfilled desires can make you ill

      Do let me know, are these helpful for you, Jyll?
      Saskia
      xx

      Reply
        1. Saskia van de Riet Post author

          You’re very welcome, Jyll !
          That’s good so to know. Please let me know when you’ve written and published these blog posts!
          Saskia
          xx

          Reply
  7. Roy A Ackerman, PhD, EA

    IT’s exactly why I started blogging. Because it would be impossible to demonstrate the vast expertise and experience we have. But, when our blog covers the things it does, it becomes self-evident. Great advice.

    Reply
    1. Saskia van de Riet Post author

      That sounds great, Roy, and I like you phrase “it becomes self-evident”. I agree, it does 🙂
      Saskia
      xx

      Reply

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