You need a blog.
I say this only because I like you. (And I know I’m not telling you anything you don’t already know.)
Blogging is a building block of your business—or, at least, of the way you market it and serve customers. (And isn’t that the goal, after all?)
Blogging connects you with your customers, builds credibility, and offers value beyond your product or service.
But you’re not a blogger—you’re a business owner. You:
- don’t like to write.
- don’t have time to write.
- don’t know what to write about.
I get it, friend—I really do. I actually really, really, really love blogging—I mean, there’s a reason I’ve worked with over x companies who have said (and I paraphrase): “Dear god, please help us! PLEASE JUST WRITE ALL THE BLOGS.”—but I occasionally struggle with writing my own content, too.
And whenever I do, I come back to my own advice. I come back to the tried-and-true tips that help me write creative content on a consistent basis for myself and my clients.
Then, I thought, why not collect all of that that advice in one place and share it with you, too?
(Didn’t I say I liked you?)
Blog Better is my FREE 7-day mini-course that will help you write posts people will actually read.
No more writer’s block, inconsistent posting, or hearing crickets instead of seeing comments. Just a lot of great ideas, an organized system, some solid writing tips, and a renewed (or new!) passion for writing and connecting with your audience, your people, your customers.
How does that sound? All you have to do is put your name and email in the boxes below, and don’t forget to click “Yes, please!”. (I want your express permission, of course.)
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Like I said, I love blogging–and I want you to love it, too. It doesn’t need to be something you should do; it can become something you get to do—and something you get to do really, really well.
I can help :)
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“The quality of Jenna’s work is literally always spot on. I know that if I hand her a set of ideas, she will flesh them out in a way that most resonates with my audience and perfectly captures my voice. She easily expresses the heart and inspiration in my work. Her presence allows me to do more of what I really love–work one on one with my clients. And then, of course, she is just a lovely, inspiring soul herself . . . I don’t know what I would do without her.” Dr. Danielle Dowling, Life Coach
Jenna Arak is a soulful storyteller, who loves personal and professional tales with heart and truth. Her mission is to encourage women to follow their dreams; build upon their strengths; encourage deeper connections; and bring new, interesting, and innovative ideas into the world through storytelling.
She shows women how to use the written word to share their story: to teach, to connect, to have an impact on the people who need to read about who they are, what they’ve done, and what they do—because through reading one another’s stories, all of our lives will be changed for the better.
Jenna is also a storytelling teacher, a proud mentor with WriteGirl, and a denizen of any bookstore’s self-help section. Her writing has been featured on Salon, Thought Catalog, The Everygirl, The Muse, Darling Magazine, The Girl Who Knows, Career Contessa, and more. She lives and writes in Portland, Oregon.