Blogs have become a major marketing vehicle for building a community around business culture, and smart content that connects with the fundamental drivers of consumers.
We want to be known for our online discourse - offering blog topics that deal with practical help to those that challenge and develop our thinking.
We currently support blog submissions from three different sources:
We aim to post site blogs frequently, but expect that venue blogs will eventually populate our pages.
Fortunately, people seem to like reading and writing content and sharing it too. Great blogs may be promoted and featured as site content, which will make your page more visible and differentiate you in the eyes of your customers.
Potential sponsors can look here to learn more about blog articles.
Craft a narrative around your customer data - identify what users want from your product or service, including information that may be missing from your page or your website. Once you know how to solve customer concerns with content, you will produce and bring real value.
Venues' need to identify what the people in their target market are talking about and what they are asking for. If there's a certain topic everyone is talking about, identify it and write about it. Don’t bury your data, give it context to make it meaningful and engaging to people.
Remain focused on K-12 Education and the combined interests of our learning community; do not drift into other areas.
Well-written, thoughtful and even fun blogs can become instrumental in setting the tone and motivating readership. Instrumental can mean:
Bloggers should be authentic and write in an easy-to-read, conversational style that their target audience will understand and relate to.
10 basics to incorporate when creating content:
Content is a big part of how we participate as a community, so we hope that you will be inspired to upload and share content. We curate content in the form of site and venue blogs, as well as posted comments. The images that you upload of yourselves and your venues are content. An image used for story-telling or conveying information in a video is also content.
We are committed to the best quality experience, so please follow this general advice: