An Example of a Business Blog: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Blog
Think of a product or a service that your business provides to customers. This product may requires lots of instructions to assemble, tips to use efficiently, or simply requires lots of questions to be answered before it can be used. What are your options? Provide a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) list on your website, OR write a FAQ Blog.
What will a FAQ Blog achieve that a simple FAQ List on your website cannot achieve?
Typically a Weblog has a comments feature, where a reader may post their comments, questions and appreciation. With proper moderation of comments, FAQ Blog can almost become a Customer Service center on Auto-pilot once there is a good collection of Frequently Asked Questions answered.
This Weblog can ultimately become a detailed and easily searchable manual of your product / service which serves dual purpose of satisfying existing customers and attracts prospective consumers.
Ideal businesses that may opt for FAQ blog are software development companies, consumer product companies, web hosting providers and insurance agents.
Harish Keshwani is a Strategic Blogging Consultant, Software Developer, Blogger and an Entrepreneur. He is focused on consulting and guiding small and medium businesses in setting up their blogs and managing it for them as an outsourced process.
He guides corporations of small and medium size to realize the potential of blogging for their business. With appropriate content, he helps companies to keep their existing customers satisfied and attract prospective customers. He promotes blogging as a marketing and customer response tool to the companies. One of his Business blogs was recently featured in FORBES - Best of Web under Small Business Category.
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- Featured on FORBES - Best of Web for Small Business Blog Category.