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The Survey Analytics Business Blog Challenge

Looking for new ideas and inspiration for your business blog? Look no further than the Survey Analytics Business Blog Challenge!Blogs have been around since the turn of the millenium. Bloggers on Tumblr and Wordpress alone are publishing nearly 30,000 posts each minute of every day, and that stat was populated over two years ago. Still, today many businesses are struggling to produce the right mix of relevance and content for their blogs. If you are in charge of writing content for your business blog or know who is, you may have experienced or witnessed those times where we feel stuck. Coming up with high quality, consistent, engaging content on a regular basis is not easy. 

We have a proposition for you: give our business blog challenge a try. Yes, you! Don't outsource all of your business content. Hold yourself accountable and grow your business exposure and engagement with just 30 days of consistency. It’s a win-win situation when you think outside of the box, try something new and conquer your writers block once and for all. Nobody knows your business better than you after all. This challenge covers both fun and challenging business blog post topics to get you well on your way to being a better blogger along with proof that you can produce valuable content. At the end of the day, we all want content to work for us and not against us.

Our blog challenge is a little different than your standard "business blog post ideas" and we promise it will be a lot of fun. A lot of the blog post topics in the business blog challenge are things you or someone close to you at your business already knows. So get out there and share it! Make good content unique to your business a habit moving forward and become a better and not to mention less boring business blogger. Even if you aren’t planning to take the challenge, we do hope you use the business blog post topic ideas for inspiration the next time you are feeling stuck. We want to help you improve both as a blogger and as a business. Continue reading for the blog challenge topics, rules and be sure to follow along as we complete the challenge during the month of June 2014.

The Business Blog Challenge Topics (30 Days)

Our Business Blog Challenge Rules: 

  1. No traditional sign up or gated access to the topics or content 
  2. No specific month or timeframe to when you have to participate in the challenge
  3. Drop us a link to your business blog in the comments 
  4. Embed our business blog challenge badge on your blog sidebar or in your blog posts
  5. Successfully complete the challenge and we will send you a $50.00 gift card 

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A Challenge Wouldn't Be Complete Without a Reward, Right? 

Complete the challenge and we will not only feature your business right here on the blog and help spread the word of all the great things you shared along the way, but we will also send you a $50.00 gift card for successfully completing the challenge. Remember to drop us a link in the comments to check out your blog as you conquer the business blog challenge.

Beyond just the challenge, we hope you refresh and repeat some of the topics in the future. Because in case you didn’t already know - blogs that publish original and high quality content at least 15 times per month get 5x more traffic than companies that don’t blog on a regular basis. Small businesses (1-10 employees) tend to see the biggest gains in traffic when they post more original blog articles. Last but not least, companies that go the extra mile and increase their blogging from the average of 3-5 posts per month to 6-8 posts per month almost double their leads (Impact: 55 Blogging Statistics and Facts Everyone Should Know).

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