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Hungry for More: How Blogging Can Keep Customers Coming Back for More ...

Hungry for More: How Blogging Can Keep Customers Coming Back for More

By Wade Kwon

© 2012 Birmingham Blogging Academy

For more, visit http://itswa.de/fpsmg-hungry.

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  • 1. Hungry for More: How Blogging Keeps Customers Coming Back for More Wade Kwon Birmingham Blogging Academy @WadeOnTweetsPhoto: Rakka (CC)
  • 2. How will your food business stand out?Photo: Roger Smith(CC)
  • 3. e story of a meal is more important than ever to customers.
  • 4. People care about what they eat.Photo: Bread for the World (CC)
  • 5. People must must must get value for their money and their time.Photo: The Food Pursuit (CC)
  • 6. Food isshifting awayfrom routine toentertainment.
  • 7. Telling thatstory requiresmore e orton your part.
  • 8. Information must be current to fans.Photo: duncan c (CC)
  • 9. Information must be interesting to fans.Photo: Tom Stovall (CC)
  • 10. Information must be personal to fans.Photo: ToGa Wanderings (CC)
  • 11. Information must be inviting to fans. ..Photo: Steve Evans (CC)
  • 12. Telling that story requires less e ort on your part.Photo: Blake Patterson (CC)
  • 13. You have colleagues to help tell the story.Photo: Jason DeRusha (CC)
  • 14. You can build an audience that asks questions and wants information.Photo: J. Mark Dodds (CC)
  • 15. You have tools at your ngertips.Photo: Guccio at Moleskiner.net (CC)
  • 16. Tell your story if you want to stand out.
  • 17. itswa.de/fpsmg-hungry wade@wadekwon.com @WadeOnTweets BirminghamBlogging.comPhoto: Adam Engelhart (CC)
  • 18. Photo: Scott Jones (CC)