Today I’d like to talk about the pet-business community. I’m so excited to be part of this enthusiastic group of people who care so much about happy pets, informed pet parents, and products and services that meet pet needs in a wonderful way. As a fellow pet professional, are you networking with others in the pet…
By now you may know that a pet business blog can be a very powerful way to add fresh content to your website and bring more customers to you via the search engines.
But “Blogger’s Block” (What do I write about this week?) is very common. Therefore I’m happy to provide you with some blog topic ideas to use for marketing your pet business or veterinary practice.
As you consider using these topics, have fun working them into a relevant angle for the pet services or products you provide. I have a few suggestions to help you tie these ideas to your unique offering.
If you’re using a blog to market your pet business or veterinary practice, you’ll be happy to know there’s an easy formula for great results, which means better search engine rankings, more traffic and more sales.
Using the following formula last fall, I started blogging tips for a pet-business services company, and just after 6 blog posts — voila! The blog appeared on page one, second spot in Google results. Not bad for only 6 posts.
Would you like to generate results like this for your pet business or veterinary practice marketing?
Try these “best practices” guidelines and see what happens.
Golden Retrievers are big, lovable creatures. They greet you with utter joy and share their warmth, plus they’re eager to please. They’ll fiercely loyal, no matter what. And they’ll fetch just about anything for you. What’s not to love, right?
But what do Golden Retrievers have to do with successful blogging for your pet business? Everything.
The unwritten credo of Golden Retrievers is this: I love everybody and I live to please.
The best business blogs have a similar credo: I care about my customers, and I’m focused on pleasing them by solving their needs.
If your pet business or veterinary practice blog follows that credo, you’ll improve your search engine results, attract more prospects and build a loyal following. Ultimately, this will help you grow your business.
Here’s how to think of this in a Golden Retriever way: Your blog posts will work very well if you…