English: A business ideally is continually see...

English: A business ideally is continually seeking feedback from customers: are the products helpful? are their needs being met? Constructive criticism helps marketers make adjustments to their products and services to adapt to the changing needs of their customers. Source of diagram: here (see public domain declaration at top). Questions: write me at my Wikipedia talk page or email me at thomaswrightsulcer@yahoo.com (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


Where to find subjects to write about on your website, or blog once you identify your niche, finding content is easy.


Go to sites like Google questions, and answer questions in searches, search for subjects within  your niche and answer them on your site, you can also write How To headlines about products or services in your niche.


You can write reviews of products, why is your product or service better or not as good. Honesty goes a long way.


Everyone has a personality, let yours shine through; this is what authenticity and transparency are all about, being the same person on every platform, you visit.


If you have a logo, use the same logo on every site you have.


The point is to be helpful while offering what your visitors are looking for.


Do the same kind of searches potential visitors would search for than write about it. Ask for questions, which will engage readers. Answer questions or concerns that your visitors have by reading and responding to the comments you get from readers.


This technique should keep you busy with what to write for a long time.


Ask your readers to sign up for a newsletter. Newsletters are a wonderful way to build a list of potential customers and in the newsletter, you can occasionally mention new products or something about giving better service, a way for customers that me have a question about a product or service.


Newsletters sent out once a month will keep your business in the minds of your customers, while building loyal customers that may spread the word about your business.


Don’t worry about new customers, keep the customers you have happy and loyal to your brand for repeat business and request testimonials, which you can play on your website.


This is one way to have an almost endless supply of ideas for your content. Just be consistent and watch your content for simple errors in English.




Robert Medak


Freelance Writer, Blogger, Editor, Proofreader, and Reviewer learning Marketing


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