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A blog is a great tool to build the trust of your reader and get them to buy one of your products and services.  A blog is perceived as current when it has up-to-date blog posts. That sends a signal to reader that this blog has the latest information and is continuously updated. Your reader will think, I will check back tomorrow or next week to see what new information this blog shares.

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A blog that hasn’t been updated sends out a signal to the reader:

  • You don’t care about this topic
  • You are not serious about this topic
  • You are not a professional in this industry

Blogging is good for your business.  But in order for someone to buy from you, first they have to like and trust you first.  So today, decide to stick with a consistent blogging schedule.  If you are just starting out, I suggest blogging at least once a week.  But what ever you decide, the key is to be consistent so your blog stays current and up to date.

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Make a decision of how many times a week and the days of the week you will update your blog.  Post your decision in the comment section below.