Top 5 Ways to Improve Your MSP Blog

MSP blogCreating an MSP blog is an excellent way to reach new clients and develop the brand of your IT company. Continually updating your blog will allow you to expand the outreach of your company and is a fantastic way to educate the public regarding your IT services. A top-quality blog also allows you to build customer loyalty and is a cost-effective marketing solution that can help you generate many inbound leads for your IT company. Here are just five ways that you can improve your blog:

1. Always Know Your Audience

The first step in creating a top-quality blog is to know your audience. Creating various buyer personas is a fantastic way to understand your audience and can give you much-needed direction for your IT blog. Taking the extra time to understand the multiple needs of potential clients can also allow you to create high-quality content that will help them understand the many advantages of using an IT provider in today’s workplace.

2. Create a Schedule

Creating a fixed schedule for updating your blog is essential to ensure that you continue to produce high-quality content on a regular basis. Frequently updating your blog isn’t only beneficial to your clients but it is also an effective way to rank higher in search engines. Typically, it is a good idea to create new blog content at least one to two times a week for the best results.

3. Focus on a Theme

Creating a clearly defined theme is also an effective marketing tool for an MSP blog. Of course, you do not have to be limited to only one theme, as your blog can focus on multiple topics such as cybersecurity, cloud computing, or on the latest technology. Regularly creating top-quality content will also increase the outreach of your blog and make it much easier to reach a wide range of clients.

4. Take Advantage of Social Media

One of the most effective ways to promote your blog is to use various social media platforms. Sharing each blog post on many different social media accounts is an excellent way to maximize your audience and interact with potential clients on an almost daily basis.

5. Listen to Feedback

Always take the additional time to listen to any feedback and make any changes that can improve the content and quality of your IT blog. An IT provider should never be satisfied with just the status-quo; always look for ways to improve and reach as many potential clients as possible.

Creating an MSP blog is a highly useful marketing tool that can help you reach many new customers. Continually creating top-quality content and always listening to user feedback is essential in building your consumer base. Over time, writing a blog about your IT services is a worthwhile investment that can help you develop the brand of your company and become even more successful in finding new clients.

Jennifer Holmes

Jennifer Holmes is President of MIS Solutions and a Georgia native who, after graduating from Georgia Tech, became an accomplished research virologist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta. In 2000, Jennifer hung up her lab coat to join husband Lliam at MIS Solutions as President. In the past 16 years, she has led the MIS Solutions team to become the leaders in Metro Atlanta IT Support. MIS Solutions, Inc. is on a mission to provide managed IT services to Atlanta businesses to help them grow and support their businesses. MIS Solutions provides a wide range of IT services to Atlanta-based businesses and, combined with Jennifer’s passion for sharing effective business strategies with her clients, they are able to deliver the best business IT Support for each client’s unique environment in Atlanta. In 2013, Jennifer’s leadership and marketing skills won her the title of Spokesperson for the nationally acclaimed Technology Marketing Toolkit, an industry group of over 550 top U.S. She is a graduate of the Leadership Gwinnett program and has acted on the boards of the National Association of Women Business Owners’ Atlanta chapter, Gwinnett Great Days of Service, the Buford/North Gwinnett Rotary Club and the Gwinnett Chamber’s Technology Board.