Originally Posted by viper_one
Hello, I am starting a blog simply called, "Startup." My goal is to help people with either an existing small, or startup business. My question is: how do I know whether my articles posted on the blog are any good? That I am writing about "hot" topics?
Also, how good is the grammar checker found in Microsoft word application?
Any suggestions? thanks.
There are several things you can do to notice whether or not if you're articles are helpful:
First you can make a list of all the problems, frustrations & questions that other small business owners are experiencing.
Next can start creating content around this through your articles & may be even doing some videos which ever one you choose to do then always make sure that you're creating eye-catching headlines (this gets people to click on your content faster than ever).
You can always add Google Analytics to your website to because this lets you know exactly how long people are staying on your website & reading your content.
Create yourself a good Opt-in offer one they feel like would be beneficial to them or one they feel like they would get left out on if they don't opt-in.
Always be consistent with creating your content, promote it & always address your niche's problems & any questions they have. I promise you that you won't have any problems with your content being valuable to anyone.
Or with those in your niche finding it valuable enough to share with their fans & followers.
Hope this addressed your question.