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A Blog, Do I Really Need to Have One?

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As a small business owner you may not think that you need or could benefit from a “blog”.  After all, aren’t blogs for moms, teens and people with “free” time?  Well, the answer is “yes”, but not only those people, blogs are for business owners as well.  Blogs allow you to quickly and easily connect with others, allowing you to connect with those whom you want to do business with, in the fastest and one of the most effective ways possible.

Blogs are hot in our world and millions of people read blogs each day.  Having a blog for your business shows that you are up to date and allows you to keep those people up to date about you and your business, but it also allows you to connect with them on a very personal level.

It allows you to showcase your strengths and share with them what you know the most about establishing you as an “expert’ in your field.  It gives you a place to display your knowledge and put the information that you choose to share with them in their hands.  They will see your wisdom and expertise and will come back for more.

This allows you to draw them in and gives them a reason to return.  You can easily create a following and built your audience.

A blog gives you the power and the place to communicate with that audience.

Photo credit: Annie Mole


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    Hi, interesting post. I have been pondering this issue,so thanks for sharing. I’ll definitely be coming back to your blog.

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