I.M.U. Social Media LLC is unique in a number of ways for marketing micro and small businesses on platforms like Twitter, Google+, Word Press and Facebook. Its ability to blend quality content for multiple organizations in a succinct and conversational style has made IMUSM a successful professional content generator; from blog posts, to content placement, webpage writing and editing, we have over 1000 blog posts published across the Internet.

Our skill to help and support small businesses, solo professionals, and organizations with their social media and e-marketing has given I.M.U. Social Media LLC the opportunity to help an eclectic group of clients in Louisiana, Michigan and North Carolina regardless of industry or profession. We support everyone from ophthalmologists to restaurants and everything in between!

If your small business needs social media presence with blogs, articles,  posts, and tweets, give us a call and end your search for great writing and content at value prices.

We are the Mom & Pop One Stop Shop for social media content marketing. Simple, unsophisticated and client driven, just like the people we write for each and every day. You do not need big bucks for big exposure! As we say, “No worries!”

Success is a team sport!

Jim Vogel, Owner/ Editor

IMUSM: Identity, Message, Understanding, Strategy, & Management


17 Ingredients in a Great Business Blog Post

Posted on February 6, 2015 by IMUSM

KROMKRATHOG, FDPBlog posts make sense for SEO, for visibility, and for information. Those of you who remember book reports and term papers, it is all about getting it done. Alas, who has time, right?

Sit down. Jot some notes in an outline. Open word. Start typing. Do not start with the title. It is the last thing to do after you correct spelling, punctuation and phrasing.

No worries! The title will pop out every time. There is never writer’s block, just excuses.

Have fun and make your business better! Ready, set GO! The blog is due today!

  • Tell a good story
  • Know the business
  • Know the audience
  • Know the purpose
  • Present a point of view
  • Have a consistent structure and format
  • Invite the audience to do business
  • Keep the audience attention
  • Give the reader some takeaways
  • Be conversational
  • Label the photos with both source (name) and site (where you found it) ROYALTY FREE. Do not grab photos from Google Images.
  • Add  just a couple of hyperlinks
  • For SEO and what we call SEF (Search Engine Finding), mention the business three of four times in the post
  • Put a dozen tags at the bottom
  • Sprinkle in bold terms that focus on location and subject
  • Optimize the title (usually location)
  • Create relevant external links for SEO/ SEM success

Jim Vogel

Founder, CEO of I.M.U. Social Media LLC

Photo: KROMKRATHOP, freedigitalphotos.net



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