How Would You Like To Write For Small Business Branding?

A new door opens...Have you ever considered blogging for a larger audience?

Perhaps you would like somewhere to showcase your marketing potential? Maybe you want to attract exciting opportunities for your business. Or could you benefit from adding this website to your resume?

Well before we get into that, I’d like to extend you an invitation to write for us.

As a popular resource for small business and website owners, we’re looking to give our readers the most useful information on how to market and brand their small businesses. We are looking for new contributors who’d like to join the SmallBusinessBranding.com team.

Since there is a lot to tell you about, please read on…

How Can SBB Help Me?

Over the past few months, the writers on Small Business Branding have experienced some amazing benefits from blogging on this site. From meeting investors to attending a conference, the site’s exposure is certainly a great boost towards your career goals.

For instance, Danielle has been blogging on SBB for just a few months now, and has had a number of amazing opportunities open up for her business, CloseConnexion, including an opportunity for international expansion.

Danielle Rogers“From the exposure SmallBusinessBranding.com provided I was contacted by a UK entrepreneur who has expressed interest in licensing events from my business CloseConnexion, in the UK. It has also put me in touch with a number of other amazing people who I would otherwise never have met.

Blogging for a popular site can spread your name, business and brand far and wide opening up all kinds of opportunities.

On a personal level, it’s been a wonderful experience to share my start-up journey. Both in the sense of thinking through my own lessons and knowing that others can benefit from them.

I highly recommend the experience.”

– Danielle Rodgers, Brisbane Australia

Nick Rice has been blogging with SBB for several months now and continues to write popular articles on topics such as creativity in marketing, lead generation and corporate governance. Due to his popularity on the website, Nick has experienced a lot of positive benefits of blogging on this site. Most notably, he has built a strong, informative blog (Strategic Design) and he has driven qualified leads to his company website at Cre8tivegroup.com.

Here’s what Nick has to say:

Nick Rice“When I saw the open call, I jumped at the chance to be an author at SmallBuinessBranding.com. It’s not often that you get a chance to have your thoughts in front of thousands of interested (and targeted) people each day. SBB has been a great tool in helping my build a strong personal & professional brand. A lot of credibility comes from writing with an international group of authors on an international stage. There’s nothing better than writing to help build a business. What used to be a stack of business books on the shelf is quickly turning into a long RSS feed. The web has democratized publishing and SmallBusinessBranding.com is at the forefront of helping to improve the small and medium businesses that drive economies around the world.”

– Nick Rice, Willmore Kentucky

Kammie, our passionate and lively life coach has generated some amazing responses to her articles. With her background in communications and a zealously positive attitude on life, her aura of inspiration has benefited many people on SBB. This has in turn generated a lot of traffic to her blog and some curiosity about her method – ‘Passion Meets Purpose’.

Kammie Kobyleski “Writing for SBB has opened many doors for me. The added exposure has increased traffic to my personal business blog and the relationships and new business developments that have come about since blogging there, I couldn’t have gained otherwise.

It also allows me to stretch my own ideas, thoughts, and concepts about what branding and marketing a small business is all about. I look at branding from a different perspective than I used to. Through sharing my articles on the site, I am constantly evolving my personal brand story as well. I’m grateful for the opportunity to explore, share and expand the brand dialogue at SBB.”

– Kammie Kobyleski,

As for myself, SBB gave me the opportunity to visit a major ‘un-conference’ in the USA, appropriately entitled Mplanet 2006. If it weren’t for SBB, I’d never have traveled there and experienced such an event on the other side of the world. Nor would I have extended my personal brand, documented my knowledge and experiences or even met the amazing people I have through this blog.

If you are passionate about marketing and branding, you’d be insane to pass up this opportunity. Even if you’re slightly interested, give it a shot. You have nothing to lose – unless you let the opportunity go.

What’s Required?

We’re looking for people who have a desire to write for a large audience and share their experiences in business. People who have previously written work on the internet or traditional media (Magazines, Newspapers, Radio and TV), will be looked upon favourably. Similarly people who specialize in services such as business coaching, copywriting and other areas which small business owners will find interesting.

Our aim is to give everyone a set day on which they’ll have their articles posted – like a column. If you can devote time to writing 4 articles per month, then we’d love to hear from you.

I get it Rob – So, how do I apply?

Just send me an email at [email protected] with some background info on yourself and preferably any links to previous work that’s on the web. We’d love to hear from you.

I thought I’d leave you with one last thought from Brad though (which I believe is one of the coolest things about blogging here)…

Brad Williamson“SmallBusinessBranding.com is a a marketer’s playground as you get to do what marketer’s do best… which is INFLUENCE PEOPLE. The articles you write will influence small business owners on marketing strategies that will eventually help them create their professional dreams. How can you not want to be a part of something so special?”

Brad Williamson, Dallas Texas

Robert Kingston

Robert Kingston works as an online marketing consultant at New Business Media, a boutique Australian web agency.

He maintains several of his own sites and has worked with Yaro Starak on various projects. Robert has an understanding of blogging, search engine optimisation, search marketing and new web technologies. In particular, he is very interested in how the internet can be used for marketing.

Feel free to contact Robert Kingston through his site.

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