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Article Ideas for Promoting Your Baby Products
Your website looks great; your baby products are simply adorable and they're priced right for the value. Yet you could still use a little more business, right? More and more business owners are using articles to market their web sites.
Do you have a newsletter or blog? If not, you should – and then you should use articles to promote your website and your baby products. Articles are a great tool to remind past, present, and future customers about your products or services.
There are a number of ways to let the articles work for you. Share your knowledge as it relates to baby safety and making life simpler for parents. Present yourself as the baby expert and link your website at the end of your articles.
Here are some topics to get your started – car seat safety, SIDS, comparison of baby bottle systems, making your own baby food, selecting a baby crib or a stroller, baby shower gift giving, necessities vs. wants, when Mom and Dad don't agree on child rearing, how to handle a colicky baby, help for the older sibling or what about Fido the dog?
Your articles need to inform; not sell. Of course ultimately you want to increase sales, but if your articles read like an ad, you'll lose credibility immediately. Help the new parents and they will want to do business with you.
Many work-at-home-mom networks and forums have specific days when you can post articles and inspiration. An article informing parents on the importance of checking for recall information on baby products would certainly help promote you and your website.
Promote your articles where your target market hangs out. There is no shortage of SAHM and WAHM sites. Many would love to have your article content on their website. It is truly a win/win relationship.
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