Most entrepreneurs are business. They are out there working hard to get their businesses running smoothly and are typically the first ones either fixing a problem or promoting their product or service. So they might not have the time to share their story and their success. However, it is vital that they do.
Why share your story?
Because there are many other small business owners and free lancers out there that need words of encouragement. They are ready to do it, to accomplish something but are stalled for whatever reason.
That’s where you come in! Blogging about your entrepreneurial success can be a god send to developing entrepreneurs out there. Even if it’s a few blog entries here or there, or one published once a week–your blog can mean the difference of a person following their dreams or simply giving up.
Where do you start?
Starting your own blog is easy. WordPress.com is a great site–you can start with a free account and away you go! You can add original images of you or your business. Your blog entries don’t have to be fancy. All you need to do is write from the heart. Pick a topic that you are familiar with like: How to Promote your Small Business with Little or No Money! Or Why Your Idea is Worth Pursuing. It’s all about getting articles that resonate with a reader because it will help them!
Share Your Articles
Take a few extra moments to share your blog entries on social media. Share it with friends and family and even your clients! In turn, they will share it with others they know. It is about having a positive impact on your community and other entrepreneurs who simply need some encouragement as well as some tips from a successful business owner.
Engage and Connect
You might be surprised to learn that people are reading your blog. That’s because there is a market for it. People arw hungry for experience and knowledge–stories of rags to riches seems cliche but always resonate with readers. Keep things simple, engage with loyal readers and try to connect with people who leave comments and feedback on your blog or social media pages.