Stay relevant. Look to the news and current events for blogging topics. It shows your readers that you are on top of topical issues that may concern them and you are aware and ready to address them. It’s also easy for your company blogger to come across bouts of writer’s block, especially if they’re writing on a daily basis. Looking to the news and what’s going on around the internet is a good way to get inspired and helps keep any hair pulling frustration at not knowing what to write about at bay. And always tie in what you’re writing about and bring it back to your business!
Keep track of how much you post. Don’t be that blog that dishes out four stories a day with less than high quality content. It is more important to have consistently well-written articles on your blog than to post for the sake of posting. If your manager, or writing team, can write well on topics that matter to your business and customers five days a week, then by all means dish them out by the day!
But if you have only one writer dedicated to working on your whole blog, then a few times a week will do just fine. Just don’t post so sparsely that your readers forget you exist. Give the people good, interesting content on a regular basis and they will keep coming back for more and before you know it you’ll have yourself a nice following of business supporters all because of your company blog.