There are other businesses that would love it if you plugged them on your blog. Here are some businesses to think about.
Countless people around the world benefit from the action and involvement of thousands of nonprofit organizations. One simple way for you to do your part is to promote a nonprofit that you believe in.
As the old saying goes, “Pobody’s Nerfect.” Share a mistake in order to help keep your readers from making the same mistake. It can be a mistake a customer made. Even better, it could be a mistake you made yourself.
After some time in business, you’ve likely heard success stories about how a customer used your product or service. And in some instances, it made for a great story.
Nobody knows what you sell better than you do. So describe a product or service you provide in more detail than you do on your website. Go into some detail about the reasons people frequently purchase it from you.
A basic video can be created with a webcam, digital video camera, or even your cell phone. Your actual topic can be pretty much anything, though taking advantage of the visual aspect of video is a good idea.
Take your favorite recent nonfiction book you’ve read and go into some details about what you liked and disliked about the book. Or if you want to help an independent author out, you can seek one out online who is looking to have his book reviewed.
Just like with guest bloggers, aim high. You can ask someone who your readers would consider famous to let you interview them. You can interview them in person, through email or over the phone.
Why do all the work yourself? Through guest blogging, you can rope other people into helping you. First, you will need to find a guest to blog for you ahead of time.
For this topic you’ll take an actual question and answer it. It may be one someone specifically emailed you, or it may be a question someone asked you in person that you also answered in person.