Our experience writing blog posts for leading corporate blogs has given us the tools to develop compelling topics— something we’re now offering as a service on its own, regardless of whether we write the posts ourselves
Asheville, NC (PRWEB) October 21, 2014
Martyweil.net announces the launch of PostSource™, a service that provides corporate blog managers with relevant, customized posts topics every month. PostSource is a cost-effective way for companies that publish blogs to get a steady stream of compelling blog post topics delivered to their email box each month.
"We’ve found that our corporate blog clients are not only looking for us to help write posts but generate compelling post topics," says Marty Weil, owner of Martyweil.net, an awarding-winning content creation firm located in Asheville, NC, "so we’ve developed a formal approach to meet these needs. By following social media, forum discussions, and by making use of online search engines and other online research tools, we are able to provide our clients with relevant post topics."
Weil continues, "Our experience writing blog posts for leading corporate blogs has given us the tools to develop compelling topics— something we’re now offering as a service on its own, regardless of whether we write the posts ourselves."
Author Peter Drucker once observed, "Plans are only good intentions unless they immediately degenerate into hard work." This is something those responsible for corporate blogs can relate to, as the strategic intentions behind the corporate blog often founder on the rocks of post development—generating the number and quality of post topics that keep a blog relevant and generate traffic and ongoing loyalty to the blog.
That is hard work—yes it can seem drudgery to do—so post development has a tendency to fall to the bottom of marketing "to-do" lists, leaving blogs bereft of vibrant ongoing content and falling short of expectations as they lose momentum over time.
As Drucker said, "Knowledge has to be improved, challenged, and increased constantly— or it vanishes." So too with corporate blogs.