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Blogs are an effective way to keep your website fresh and up to date, as well as helping to maintain a relationship with your audience. 

Blogs are a highly effective way of keeping your website active and building a relationship with your audience. Informative blog posts can help to establish your online identity and improve your search ranking.

Blogs can be used to create a knowledge hub, featuring insights from a range of different authors. This can help to provoke discussion and improve your reputation in the industry.

The River blog module has been developed to ensure straightforward management of blogs and posts. The system makes it easy to divide blogs into different categories, create new posts and add media.

Images, video and a host of other file types can be added in just a few clicks, allowing highly interactive blog posts to be developed with ease.

  • Hassle-free blog creation: Write and upload new blog posts in a matter of minutes.
  • Enhance posts with dynamic content blocks: Add engaging designs to your posts through customisable content blocks.
  • Track every change: Revert to older versions of blogs by using the revisions tab.
  • RSS: Place your blogs on RSS feeds to ensure easy access for readers.
  • Share buttons: Pick from a range of commenting platforms to create a buzz around your content. Choose either River' own feature, or Disqus.
  • Timelines: Schedule the delivery of your blogs. Content can be uploaded even if writers are away.
  • SEO: Format your posts to boost visibility in search engines.

It’s a universally accepted fact that blogs are favoured in search and are a useful way to gain search positions and drive traffic to your website. Other strategic benefits of a blog are;

To position yourself as a thought leader and expert in your field
Present a more informal tone of voice to present a more human interface to your company
To build a community around your clients or peers

Another advantage of using the River blog module versus wordpress/blogger platforms is that you do not have to maintain or learn two platforms and you can reuse content so it’s a lesser time overhead.

Setup Cost: £450

Annual Fee: £50