Tips for using ProducersWEB: Start a blogBlog added by Lauren McNitt on February 11, 2011
Lauren McNitt

Lauren McNitt

Denver, CO

Joined: September 08, 2010

My Company


Do you have a lot of advice to give other producers and potential clients, but you aren’t quite ready to put that advice into a formal article? Get your feet wet by starting a weekly blog on ProducersWEB.

A blog, short for web log, is meant to be informal. You can use a more personal voice than you would in an article, and you should invite your readers to join the discussion by posting their comments. There are no set limits for word count, but between 200 and 500 words is common.

Blogs are a great way to:
  • Allow potential clients/business partners to get to know you
  • Promote the skills you have to offer
  • Start a discussion
  • Raise awareness
  • Impart your wisdom
  • Get practice writing in preparation for your first ProducersWEB article!
Start your weekly blog today with a simple introduction to you, your interests and what your future blog posts will be about. Don’t forget — readers will return to your blog if they see something in it of value to them. Try to leave them hanging, so they’ll be sure to come back for more!

To learn more about how to promote yourself and your business through ProducersWEB, check out: Tips for using ProducersWEB, Pt. 1 and Tips for using ProducersWEB, Pt. 2: Using your profile as a promotional tool

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