Do you ever think to yourself that you can't believe you grew up to be a marketing manager? Sure, you've always been outgoing, a great sales type guy, and you're even really good at thinking outside of the box, but as a child, did you ever think to yourself, "I want to grow up and be a marketing manager?" Probably not.
But then again, if you look deep within yourself, being a marketing manager is a career position that fits you perfectly, and subconsciously, you've probably always been striving to enter this occupation.
Why do I say this? Because I know you like helping people. You like to see people succeed, and this is exactly what you get to see and do by being a marketing manager.
At the core of any marketing manager's profession is the desire to help his or her employer sell the products/services being offered. If you didn't care about your employer, you wouldn't be working under the title of marketing manager.
I don't care who you are; as a marketing manager, you believe in the products/services being sold by your employer. If you didn't, you wouldn't be able to spend day in and day out doing your best to promote them.
Now that you're a marketing manager...
So, now what? You're a marketing manager. You've actually landed a job that allows you to promote something you believe in. While that's all fine and dandy, you probably already know firsthand that your job isn't going to be easy. In fact, the longer you continue in your position as a marketing manager, the more you realize just how difficult it is to market your employer, especially on a limited budget.
Is there an answer?
A magic answer? No. There's no magical formula for you to follow; however, you can benefit by using the Internet. Of course, as a marketing manager, you're probably well aware that the Internet is where most of your marketing efforts need to be focused.
The question at hand, however, is: What can you do to boost your online presence? Here comes the magic answer:
YOU CAN BLOG!
Blogging is a great way to attract readers, customers, and more. And if you can genuinely connect with them on some type of personal level, you very well may be able to convert them from a reader into a customer.
But I don't have to blog!
That's OK. There are thousands of people who can create blog posts for you.
Consider Blogmutt as an example; this company provides you with four 300-word blog postings a month for right around $89. The only downside to Blogmutt is that you don't know where your blog postings are coming from. They might come from someone who has absolutely no blog writing experience, or if you're lucky, they could come from a writer who has more than 60 years (yes, there are some older folks on Blogmutt) of writing experience. But should you really take this chance? Absolutely not!
If you're in need of thousands of blog posts each month, I highly suggest Writer Access. This company heavily screens its writers, and for the most part, you can rest assured that you'll acquire content from a writer who is respectful. If you don't, you can simply reject the content that a particular client has provided and let someone else finish it for you. With a 100 percent satisfaction guarantee, you can't go wrong with Writer Access.
And lastly, you have me. If you need anywhere from one to 750 blog postings each month (around 500 to 1,000 words a piece), I am the blog posting content creator you've been looking for.
The Main Point
And that about wraps it up. As a marketing manager, you need to attract customers to your company, and a great way to do this is by hosting a blog.