I think often we start a blog with so many ideas and information that we think each day it will continue to flow effortlessly. Well in my case content is my biggest challenge and often I find myself with writers block. I mean who really cares what I have to say….not very interesting and just a bunch of ramble pouring out of my thoughts. I came across a fantastic post that offers much insight, and ideas to keep your blog going, check out—-> 101 Great Posting Ideas That Will Make Your Blog Sizzle.
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Posted by Mark Salinas on November 17, 2008
Posted by Mark Salinas on October 10, 2008
As more and more people are geting involved in the blogging world the benefits are becoming more obvious.
What is a blog? “A blog is a web page made up of usually short, frequently updated posts that are arranged chronologically—like a what’s new page or a journal.”
Personal Blogs: a combination of a personal diary, opinion posts and research links.
Business Blogs: a corporate tool for communicating with customers or employees to share knowledge and expertise.
Blogs are an excellent method to share a company’s expertise, build additional web traffic, and connect with potential customers..
What does Blogging Provide to Small Business?
# Blog software is easy to use. Simply write your thoughts, link to resources, and publish to your blog, all at the push of a few buttons. Blog software companies such as: Movable Type, Blogger.com and Typepad all offer easy blogging tools to get started.
# Blogging is a low-cost alternative to having a web presence. For small business owners without the time to learn web html or the money to hire a designer/developer, blogging offers an inexpensive method to get your company’s name out on the Internet.
# Updating the weblog is a much quicker process than contacting a web designer with changes or doing the coding and uploading yourself.
# Business blogs provide your small business with a chance to share your expertise and knowledge with a larger audience. A powerful benefit for consultants and knowledge workers.
Maybe bloging is in your future?
Posted by Mark Salinas on September 12, 2008
In todays world it is imperative to have readily available resources at all times for reference. Some sites that I like to use regularly:
Always a good idea to have as much information at your fingertips!