How to Make 82% of Clients Happier (and Get 77% More Leads) #infographic

Blog! Blog! Blog!

I admit, I’m a bit of a broken record (we can still use that phrase even though everyone listens to music on their iToys now, right?) when it comes to encouraging entrepreneurs and small business owners to blog.

Here’s why…

Why Every Business Should Blog
Infographic courtesy of: Quick Sprout

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20 Comments

  1. Loved the infographic, Michelle! Not that I needed a reason to know why blogging is important ;)
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    1. Yes, I think you’re already convinced. :)

  2. Thanks for the nice info graphics.

    1. QuickSprout creates nice infographics. It’s a blog worth following for sure.
      Michelle Shaeffer recently posted… How to Make 82% of Clients Happier (and Get 77% More Leads) #infographicMy Profile

  3. I appreciate the share Michelle. Quick Sprouts delivers great content. People love reading blogs on Mondays and Thursdays at 10 a.m in the morning is a great marketing tip for entrepreneurs and business owners.

    Lots of useful information here.
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    1. I found that one interesting, too. :)

  4. Very wonderful infographic Michelle. Blogging shouldn’t only be a way to earn money, but it is also very important that you love what you are doing and that you love the niche of your blog.
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    1. I think that’s the missing piece for many of the blogs that have been abandoned – the writers weren’t really connected to their topics or audience.
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  5. Hi Michelle,
    This is an important share for marketers. The data or stats from the infographic readily reveals the importance of blogging and why brands should adopt it.

    While the data are positive it is important to remind brands that the best of blogs to make clients happier and increase leads are those with contents that solve problems for the readers!

    This comment, I have left in the social bookmarking website for Internet marketerss – kingged.com where this post was found and “kingged”.
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    http://kingged.com/how-to-make-82-of-clients-happier-and-get-77-more-leads-infographic/

    1. Right – keeping the focus in every post on how it’s of service or help to our readers is KEY to creating a blog that people want to read. :)
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  6. I just got off the phone with a prospect who asked me about the benefits of blogging. Wish I had the infographic open… But of course I had most of the numbers available in some of my content & presentations ! Will save this in my favorites for next time, thanks Michelle.
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  7. Hi Michelle,

    Great infographic. They work really well with keeping the reader engaged with the subject matter.

    And most importantly reminds us why it’s so important to blog! blog! blog!

    Thanks for great read

    Naomi .

  8. Brilliant, love this infographic. I post on Monday’s – now I know that I’m getting that part right!

    And I do get bits of feedback from clients about why they are choosing me over other therapists in my area and it is broadly to do with the picture they build up from scanning my blog. I’m convinced it works for me.

    Thank you,
    James

  9. This is great. I went to a blogging seminar just before starting a job running a tourism blog. This was about a year ago, but the ladies running the seminar highlighted the same points you just did. I think posting in the morning is especially helpful. I mean, it’s about 10am right now and I’m reading blogs!

  10. Infographics are at it… Thanks with these Michelle.. And honestly, I just know that people love reading at the morning, thought on the evening before they sleep!

  11. The infographic is so great and so true. I often read more in the morning than any other time. It just feel fresh to load something into brain at that time , lol. Great post as always
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  12. I didn’t know that blogging was so important for businesses! Though I certainly know you can get a lot more from a blog than a commercial, I still learned a lot here. Thank you!!

  13. Neil puts together some great inforgraphs, doesn’t he? I really like hammering home the point (maybe too much :)) that a blog can generate a lead today, next week or next year. Cold calling can’t do that. neither can direct mail, TV or radio.

    Also, a blog never takes a vacation or calls in sick :)
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  14. Infographics are well worth doing. I have now done 4 and garnered lots of backlinks from free to post infographics sites. I have noticed, however, a tendency to charge to display infographics but I am reluctant to do that. Frankly there are at least 50 free to post sites and google seems to like them

  15. Michelle, It was helpful to read the statistics of how many people read blogs daily and on what times and days. Thanks so much! You always offer bloggers with pertinent information. Debbie Seiling
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