Business blogging, when done right, is an art. However, it can feel as though you’ll never be able to get your popular enough to be read by your audience. Try these tips and tools out, and you’ll have readers flocking to you.
1. Keep focused on your theme
Most successful blogs these days are focused on a specific theme. Before you create your blog, you need to think about what the theme of your blog will be. The more specific you can be, the better. You’ll bring in readers who a have a more specific interest in what you’re selling, and you’re more likely to retain them, too. Keep yourself focused on your theme, and don’t let yourself stray too far.
2. Use editing tools
A good blog is one that is well edited. There’s lots of tools online that can help you get the job done, and done well. When there’s so many available, there’s no reason to try and go it alone.
When you’re editing your own writing – Easy Word Count and Australian Help are good tools to keep in your arsenal. They keep your writing free of spelling and grammar mistakes, and can help you keep to an appropriate length.
If you’re looking for more expert help, a qualified editor may be what you need. There’s plenty of places online where you can find one. All you’ll have to do is put out an advert, then pick the best person for the job from the applicants you get. Good websites to look for editors on include Upwork.com, UK Writings and Scripted.
With the end of financial year upon us, commercial property owners are encouraged to arrange a tax depreciation schedule and claim what could be thousands of dollars in depreciation deductions.
Australian Taxation Office (ATO) legislation allows the owner of any income producing property to claim depreciation in two ways, as capital works deductions or depreciation for plant and equipment assets.
Capital works deductions
Capital works deductions apply to the structural elements of a building such as:
These deductions are based on the historical costs of the building and with the exception of traveller accommodation can only be claimed on commercial buildings in which construction commenced after the 20th of July 1982. Capital works deductions for traveller accommodation can be claimed on buildings in which construction commenced after the 21st of August 1979.
Learn how your company can help raising awareness of social care causes. Be the one to make the change!
Behind the curtains of the nonprofits and political organisations who happen to take the leading position in charity events, there are these smaller companies which have managed to put cause supporting in better use.
Hope For Greater Good
When I first heard of businesses crowd-funding causes, I had to say I was a bit skeptical. Little did I know at that time, what incredible power charity holds. I came to realise charity can help a company turn its clientele into a true community. When joint into a cause – a goal for the better of us all, our social nature shifts us into an unbeatable power – a power which can change lives. And what could be better than trying to build such a strong, caring community with the people who trust you?
There is something magical about charity you don’t see just at Christmas.
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