Engaging, Informative Content

Engaging, informative, SEO optimized content is what you need to attract new visitors to your website, generate more leads and grow your business. Here are a few statistics about business blogging you will want to know.

1. “B2B marketers that use blogs receive 67% more leads than those that do not.”

2. “Marketers who have prioritized blogging are 13x more likely to enjoy positive ROI.”

3. “Companies who blog receive 97% more links to their website.”

Source: 6 Stats You Should Know About Business Blogging in 2015.

More leads, positive ROI and traffic to your website. Blogging will help your business in many ways.

Blogging Builds Community

Blogging builds community. It lets you connect more deeply with potential or existing customers and build relationships.

“Blogs have been rated as the 5th most trusted source for accurate online information.”

You want to become an authoritative source in your business niche market. In-depth, quality, well-researched articles on topics that are of interest to your customers and target audience will help you do just that.

Blogging Gives Your Business an Online Voice

An online, electronic face (website) and voice (blog) are your company’s keys to effective customer relationship management now and in the years to come.

“By 2020, customers will manage 85% of their relationships without talking to a human.”

I can help you develop and grow a strong online presence by making your company voice clear, concise, likable and appealing to your target audience.

In addition, many sales leads are acquired through social media channels such as Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. I will also share your message across social media channels to increase its reach and effectiveness.

Let’s talk and get your blog and business website back on track. Molly

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Email me or fill out the contact form below. Thank you! molly@mollymchugh.com

2 thoughts on “Engaging, Informative Content

  1. Hi Molly, What model is your ’68 Aloha? Many years ago, I had a ’68 Aloha 20T (tandem axle 20′ trailer) I have many good memories of it, and wold love to hear from anyone who has one now, and perhaps if they would share pictures of their unit, that would be wonderful.

  2. Hi Neil, they are such cool little trailers! I don’t know what model it was, 15ft Aloha ’69. It was pretty trashed when I got it (had been sitting for a long time, full of dirt, etc.) but a few low cost updates and it was pretty cute!

    I tried to find my ‘for sale’ photos I had taken which were pretty good but have lost them and they are not on my Craigslist account anymore either. Adorable young family bought it from us in Portland and I know they are going to have a ton of fun with her 🙂

    Only photos of her are on this post: https://www.mollymchugh.com/living-full-time-vintage-camper/.

    And a couple are here: https://www.mollymchugh.com/painting-vintage-travel-trailer/.

    I now want a newer trailer, like the little Camplite jeep trailers by livin’lite. With a bathroom, LOL!

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