Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Blogging for Business Tips

Blogging for Business has profound benefits for almost every business if done well. There are some basics to keep in mind when blogging for business.

  • Getting a blog indexed well and with a high page rank will take time and work
  • Business blogs should be casual but still professional
  • Blog entries should have a consistant 1st person voice
  • Business blogs should not always try try to sell, they should be used to
    build rapport and interest
  • Business blogging will need to be kept up to date often
  • Business blogging can often take months to get well established, and will
    take regular attention

Meghan Wier

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