Creating a blogging campaigns can be a rewarding experience, but it can also create frustration.
In this post I will try to give you inspiration with new and fresh approaches to keep the fun going.
Getting the blogging campaign right is not always easy when you need to come up with ideas to market your company. When done correctly, a good blogging campaign captures the target market’s attention. You need to keep the readers immersed in the story, and they will continue to read if done right.
Is there any difference when using a blogging manager in Kenya compared to having the staff working on this internally?Should you employ professionals from a blogging manager in Kenya or can one just as well use internal resources in the firm to handle blogging in the firm?The questions you need to ask yourself needs to be addressed in a thorough way. In this article I will highlight some of the things you should be aware of before deciding whether a blogging manager can be useful or whether it is better using internal staff in the organization at the local branch office in Kenya.
Use of own staff in Kenya to manage projects outsourced to the blogging managerOften, people in the Kenya-office can have broader knowledge of what is going on locally than what you might expect from a blogging manager far away or what the people at the headquarters of your firm know about. Although, this does not necessarily mean that it is good use of resources to engage internal human resources locally in relation to the blogging manager. Below I will highlight some of the things that need to be given some thoughts.
The project you are thinking of setting out to a blogging manager can be time consuming and difficult to learn, but it can be well worth the time and resources used
Good blogging toolsThere are some things you need to be aware of when using a blogging manager – whether this is handled by local staff in Kenya, or centrally at the head office. Below is a handy checklist of things you need to think about, as well as the best tools you can use for either free or commercial tools where free alternatives are not available or significantly inferior to the commercial ones.
Ranks.nlRanks.nl has a bunch of professional SEO tools that I can really recommend. One of the tools I use most is Page Analyzer. With this tool, you can check keyword density on each subpage of your domain to optimize for keywords or phrases. If the blogging manager you are planning to use is at all professional, they probably use the tools available from ranks.nl – or similar tools extensively.
Google AlertsTo be on top of things, it is important to know what happens as early as possible. Google Alerts sends you an email every time someone mentions the words and phrases you specify. This can be anything from trademarks that are important to you, people of interest or general words and phrases that are important to your business. You can have alerts for all employees, freelancers you use, your trademarks including websites you run and words and phrases you focus on. All of this gives you a good overview of what is being talked about that matters internally. Google’s notification is free to use and helps you to be early in terms of being on top of what your competitors in Kenya are doing, potential public relations disasters in the form of negative reviews and much else useful.
Majestic.comMajestic SEO is the world’s largest link index. Use this tool to find out everything you need to know about links to your own pages and what your competitors locally in Kenya are doing, or what national and international competitors are up to. Links to your website and subpages are crucial to your search engine rankings, so this is important to keep tabs on.
Need help deciding whether to use a blogging manager or manage the project yourself?Do you need to discuss what a blogging manager should do? Do you need someone to throw ball with? Feel free to contact me. Contact information can be found in the menu. An initial discussion about your needs never cost anything.
Questions or comments?Ask in the comments section below, or share with me your experiences with the use of a blogging manager compared to keeping things at the house, whether it is about local searches in Kenya, or anywhere else. Don’t forget to share this post on social media. Sharing is caring, and will also bring more perspectives to the discussion. You will find social sharing buttons just below the article.
commonly Asked questions
Do you do blogging for a business in Kenya?
Yes. My company does. We provide blogging services targeting any location. Since everything we do is on internet, location does not matter at all.