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10 inspiring company blogs with ideas for yours 0

Posted on October 10, 2016 by Rob Petersen

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  • Companies who blog receive 97% more links to their website.
  • B2B marketers that blogs receive 67% more leads than those that don’t blog.
  • Marketers who have prioritized blogging are 13x more likely to enjoy positive ROI. (source: HubSpot)

Blogs certainly seem to bring big benefits to business.

But, to see these benefits, it helps if the company blog has an idea behind it, a distinct voice and people who can keep it current, timely and help with outreach.

Would your business benefit from a company blog?

Here are 10 inspiring company blogs with ideas for yours.

  1. BIGELOW TEA: TALK ABOUT MORE USES THAN CUSTOMERS IMAGINE: Who knew Bigelow Tea can bring out the flavor of Roast Loin of Pork, make the perfect Cosmopolitan more perfect or be your companion to the Ultimate Fall Tea Party? That’s just some of the many uses you’ll discover for Bigelow Tea when you read the Bigelow Blog. When a commodity product conveys versatility beyond what you imagined, doesn’t that make you think about the brand in different light?
  2. BMW:  KEEP VALUED CUSTOMERS IN THE KNOW: BMW owners love their BMW’s. Many businesses have customers equally fanatical about their product. Is your business one of them? So why not use a blog to talk to them. Because they want to know what you are up to. At the BMWblog, you can learn about BMW’s most legendary models. their latest changes and their most legendary models to come. A blog can be a place where the people who care about you most are kept the most up to date. Don’t you think that can have an impact on your business?
  3. DROPBOX: MAKE CUSTOMERS’ LIVES EASIER: One thing for sure about Dropbox customers. They are going to be online when they’re using your product. So why not be a help to them. If you want to know how to sync Dropbox with MacOSSeirra, the best way to review designs on Dropbox or tips to working remotely with Dropbox, you can find them on the Dropbox Blog. Isn’t this value for a cloud storage service better  than one doesn’t provide this kind of help.
  4. HUBSPOT: BE A HELP RESOURCE: Hubspot’s blog is dedicated to helping marketers with content marketing. If you do a search for any online marketing tactic/tip in Google, you’re most likely see a HubSpot article as one of the top results. HubSpot has been so helpful and put out so much helpful content marketing advice, they rank in a top position on search engines for anything related to content marketing. Does increasing your search rank make a company blog worthwhile?
  5. MARRIOT: PUT THE PERSON BEHIND THE COMPANY OUT IN FRONT: Marriot On the Move, Marriot’s company blog, signs off each blog post, “I’m Bill Marriott and thanks for helping me keep Marriott on the Move.” At least twice a month, the founder and CEO of the company put his voice behind his brand. He recognizes employees, explains company developments and defines leadership. If the chairman spoke to you regularly, wouldn’t it increase your positive perceptions of the company?
  6. PATAGONIA: BRING YOUR BRAND IMAGE TO LIFE: Mention the brand, Patagonia, and travel and adventure come to mind. But, in the highly competitive world of e-commerce, materials, stitching, color availability and shipping policy are what has to take priority to any potential buyer. How to accomplish both? Your blog. On The Cleanest Line, Patagonia’s Blog, you can read about paragliding in the Alaskan mountain ranges to the many species of animal that inhabit Ibera National Park in Argentina. All without leaving the website. Doesn’t that make a premium-priced brand a little bit more worth the money?
  7. RED CROSS: SHARE YOUR GOOD WORK: For someone making a donation to a non-profit, a key consideration is where is the money going. On Red Cross Chat, the Red Cross Blog, categories from International, History, Blood (Family) and Disaster share their good works from every vantage point. Wouldn’t that make you feel better about where your money is going?
  8. WHOLE FOODS: EXPLAIN YOUR PASSIONS: Whole Story, the Official Whole Foods Blog, explains different varieties of apples, why specific ways of farming matter and their benefits to your body. They write almost daily. Sometimes more than once a day. In one sitting, you can read about the products your picking up to recipes to prepare them. Doesn’t this make you feel better about what you’re buying?
  9. SOUTHWEST: CREATE A BRAND COMMUNITY: At the Southwest Airline Community, Southwest’s Blog, “every seat has a story.” The blog is a community. One where you share stories, exchange knowledge, find inspiration from our members and get tips about airline travel. As of this writing there are 75,000 members in the Southwest Airline Community. Doesn’t that prove the benefits of a company blog?
  10. WORDSTREAM: BE A GO-TO RESOURCE FOR YOUR INDUSTRY: If you’re a digital marketer looking for the latest information about Google or Facebook, Adwords or ideas for social media, you’ll find them on the WordStream Blog. Written by company employee and Founder and CTO, Larry Kim, the WordStream is often first tips, points of view and inside information about topics that can make a difference in marketing performance. Doesn’t that contribute to being an industry leader?

Do these company blog give you inspiration? Which one is closest to your company? Do you need help developing a company to help your business stand out?

 

7 smartest lead generation tips using social media 1

Posted on February 29, 2016 by Rob Petersen

 

 

Lead Generation

by Nora Flint

While there are a lot of SEO benefits for blogging, in the end, most business owners who blog want to make money from lead generation with their audience. Needless to say, this is easier said than done.

Think about it. How many blog posts have you read in your life, and how many times have you bought something from the site? My point is that people read a lot more blogs than shop online. Generating leads by blogging can be difficult on a level just shy of alchemy.

Lead Generation #1

According to a report from Track Maven, two thirds (66 percent) of blogs from businesses get fewer than 10 interactions. The report notes that 43 percent of professionally marketed blog posts receive fewer than 10 interactions and nearly a quarter (23 percent) receive none at all.

However, there is also a lot of data that shows content marketing is an effective way for businesses to generate leads. The data cited by Track Maven also found that B2B companies that blog generate 67 percent more leads per month than those that do not.

There is no philosopher’s stone for turning blog readers into customers, but there are things website owners can do to improve their chances of a successful conversion. Here are the 7 smartest lead generation tips using social media.

#1. WRITE WHAT YOU KNOW

The internet has changed the face of information by making it possible for any person to create content that can be seen by many. At one time, if you wanted your work to be seen by thousands, you had to be published in a printed paper or magazine. Now, anyone can be a writer.

This has led people to search for information from sources online when they would have gone to books (or how-to VHS tapes) a decade or two ago. This give business owners the opportunity to become a trusted source for potential customers.

For example, a cabinet maker can write about design options, material choices and so on using their products as examples. People who have questions about these topics will be searching online and they will be introduced to the brand by the article and may even buy a few cabinets.

Lead Generation #2

This can work very well for businesses that the resources to create helpful videos for consumers. People turn to YouTube and other video sites to find how-to videos for common problems. For example, car part dealers can create a video on how to fix a problem, then link to the products needed in the video description.

I can attest to the usefulness of this from personal experience. I have a 2004 Mustang and I’ve used the videos from parts dealers to help me diagnose and fix problems I had. Even if I didn’t buy a part from the company that made the video, it’s likely that some of the people who watched it did.

When using content marketing to generate leads, remember to use a soft touch. If the content produced by a brand feels more like a full-on advertising than anything else, people won’t stay on the page and may even develop a bad perception of the brand.

As I mentioned in a recent article, a strategy for turning micro conversions (e.g. reading a blog) into macro conversions (e.g. buying a product from site) takes time. You don’t need to cram every marketing slogan and angle into every post.

#2. SHARE YOUR CONTENT ON APPROPRIATE CHANNELS

We often think of the internet as making the world a smaller place because we can easily communicate with the other side of the world. But in a way the opposite is true, the internet has made the world far larger than ever before.

There are probably two or three times as many internet profiles as there are people on the planet, and cyberspace gives us all more places we can be (this is going somewhere, trust me). Content marketers who want to generate leads need to learn where, in the ever-growing world, their target audience can be found.

Lead Generation #3

For most business-to-consumer and business-to-business retailers, key audiences can be found on the major social media networks like Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn. This is why a good starting point for generating leads through content marketing is sharing content on the major social networks.

Of course, that just for starters. Business owners should search for the spots on the internet that are popular for an industry or target audience but are a little off the beaten path. Specialty websites, forums and subgroups within social media networks may hide the people most likely to buy a product.

Reddit is a good place to look specialty audiences. There are threads on Reddit devoted to just about everything, so business owners trying to generate leads should submit their content to the thread so it’s seen by audience that’s looking for this type of material.

Reddit is also useful for finding topics to write about. Reddit ranks items on popularity so it’s easy to see what headlines are trending and which are losing their popularity. It’s even helpful in seeing the style and tone of content that performs well with potential customers. Read this article for more ideas on high-performing keywords.

In some respects, generating leads from content marketing is about the law of averages. If the content gets shown to the right group of people enough times, you will see a steady rate of leads. But it has to be shown to the right audiences.

#3. RESPOND TO COMMENTS QUICKLY

Website owners who want more leads from content marketing can be like kids asking for seconds before finishing what’s on their plate. One of the best ways to get more engagement is to take good care of the comments you’ve already gotten.

Lead Generation #4

Though it may seem otherwise, people aren’t just posting comments just so they can hear themselves speak. People want the chance to engage with content creators and like-minded fans. And often, the leads are generated from the readers in the comments.

A healthy comment section also encourages people to share the article with friends, family on social media. This, in turn, spreads the content to more people and potential customers. It also benefits the SEO when the link gets shared more frequently.

Responding to all comments quickly establishing a company as being responsive to their customers and fans. This builds trusts in a brand for people visiting the site for the first time, and generates loyalty for people who see their questions and comments are being answered.

Most comments will not be leads that will turn into sales. But if a business can encourage enough people to comment, by responding to the comments they’ve already received, then they will eventually get comments from people who need the company’s products or services.

#4. MAKE SOCIAL SHARING EASY AND FUN

Another way to make sure social sharing is fun is having a good description and image set for sharing the link on social media. When a link is shared on social networks like Facebook or Twitter, the sites automatically find the headline, featured image, and snippet for the link.

Many websites don’t have these items set up and the default values are usually unlikely to gather attention, even if shared on a person’s Facebook timeline or Twitter feed. Getting someone to share the content is only half the battle when trying to generate leads through content marketing.

The other half is having a link where the social media post it generates is engaging enough to get new viewers, and potential customers, to click. Make sure a featured image is set and that it’s properly sized so that it’s not a thumbnail when used for a post.

Lead Generation #5

For the written parts, make sure that the meta description title is set as the headline for the article. I’ve seen links where the default title is the category is the name of the website or the taxonomy of categories before the link. The same thing can happen with the description.

These sort of errors are likely due to issues with the content management system or website. The best way to be sure that shared content looks impressive to consumers is to set the link’s image, headline and description manually.

#5. KNOW WHEN TO SCHEDULE CONTENT

When you schedule your content can be just as important as what you write or how your write it. Websites that are able to create content that is valuable and timely for their audience will see better engagement than their peers.

It may seem like a little thing, but the data suggest that publishing content at the right time can have a huge effect on engagement. The sharing app AddThis noticed that they saw the highest engagement among their customers in the middle of the week.

AddThis said that, generally speaking, websites can see up to a 57 percent increase in engagement on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.  They recommend that content creators with limited resources should focus on publishing on these days since it will provide the biggest bang for the buck.

The ideal time of day to post varies from industry to industry. People who follow the financial industry know the times of days to expect reports to be released and when the most important numbers come out.

One of the keys to engagement is knowing the best times for your industry. Just being a few hours or day behind can make a post irrelevant for sharing, since the information has already been out there.

Time of day also affects what kind of content should be published. The AddThis report cited earlier found that people were more likely to read long-form content during work hours. Website viewers were 20 percent more likely to scroll through content on weekdays from 9 am – 5 pm.

Use metrics and traffic analysis tools to discover the times your audience is most likely to engage with content. Though it may seem otherwise, the times when people engage with content are not random.

#6. POST CONTENT REGULARLY

Business owners who want to use a blog to promote their services and engage fans need to understand that it is a long-term endeavor. In order to see the SEO and conversion rate optimization benefits from blogging, it takes consistent and regular posting.

For SEO, more posts means more links to index and more ways to keywords that can be targeted. It’s not a direct correlation. More pages does not mean higher rank. But having more content gives a site more chances to rank and more overall links, which does boost SEO.

Lead Generation#6

The Track Maven study cited earlier found that engagement was linked to the output of a blog.

Improving SEO is related to increased engagement because it means more of the content’s target audience will find the content in search. And more viewers mean more people who will want comment.

It’s important to remember that only a tiny fraction of the people who view content engage with it by sharing or commenting (and liking when applicable). Usually, less than 10 percent of the viewers of any piece of content will engage by sharing, commenting or liking.

This means that increases in the number of people who visit a website will eventually create more of the engagement you want to see. And the engagement often snowballs. People start commenting when they see other people commenting.

Regularly posting content also encourages engagement from the people who read the content. People want to comment on content they find when the community and the authors are active. If there are weeks between each post, readers don’t know if anyone will ever see their comment.

Another benefit of regularly posting content is that it more clearly defines the scope and tone of a website or blog. This is important because it will encourage people interested in a subject matter to treat the site as a place to discuss the things they care about.

#7. INSERT VALUE PROPOSITION INTO CONTENT

As was mentioned earlier, successful content marketing requires a subtle touch. People don’t want to have advertising slogans shouted at them in blog posts or social media, but they do expect some useful product information to be a part of the content they get from a company.

Mastering this balancing act is essential for generating leads through content marketing. A roofing company that has a post about how to prevent leaks would be remiss if they didn’t mention things such as their warranty or why their product is less likely to leak.

Value propositions are necessary. You don’t want people to reach the end of the blog post and wonder if they will experience an issue if they were to use the product or service from the company that wrote the blog.

It’s also a good idea to insert useful links and product ads on the blog page, such as on the sidebar. If there’s a main graphic on the homepage that is used to bring people to a main attraction for the site, there should be a smaller version in the sidebar.

People who come to a site from a link to a blog post may not go to the homepage. So it’s important to make it easy for people who come for the blog to see the other things the site has to offer. The lead generating content and content for the blog can not be separate. Otherwise, there will be a lot of missed opportunities.

Turning blog readers into paying customers may seem a bit like turning lead into gold, but this is alchemy that business owners can do on their own. Any business that is willing to invest in creating content can turn that investment into useful business leads.

Granted, Hubspot is somewhat biased source, but their data shows that inbound marketers who prioritize blogging are 13 times more likely to see positive return on investment than those who do not.

Statistically speaking, generating leads amongst all the people that come to a blog post or other piece of content is rare. But that doesn’t matter in the age of the internet. Even if the response rate for leads is only 0.5 percent, it’s not too hard to get content seen by 1,000 people, thus generating 5 leads.

Of course, business owners should hope for a higher conversion rate than that. One way to do this is to use analytics to find what’s work best for your audience. TruConversion has all-in-one software to help businesses fine tune their website for maximum effectiveness. Take a look and see how it can help you generate more leads from your content marketing.

Does your company have a strategy for lead generation? Do you tips using social media sound smart to you?

7 tools to find trending topics for your blog 2

Posted on December 21, 2015 by Rob Petersen

 

 

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By Antonio Tooley

Have you ever been in a situation where you’ve written a killer blog post that will dazzle your readers and have them asking for more? Of course you have, but more often than not, those posts would wind up getting maybe a few Facebook likes, and not much else. That’s because you are going about it all wrong. Lots of bloggers make the same mistake: they create their content based on their own personal preferences, or what they think the readers want to see. The final result are posts that nobody seems to be interested in, and after investing all time and effort into writing them, the bloggers give up on the blog altogether.

Instead of repeating those same mistakes, try going about it the opposite way: bring the content to the people. Give them what they want. In order to achieve this, you need to be aware of what’s currently grabbing their attention. Sounds like a lot of work, but it really isn’t because there are tools which can do that for you. We have chosen 7 tools that will help you discover trending topics. Keep on reading for more.

Trending Topics - Buzz Feed

BUZZFEED

It’s no secret that Buzzfeed is one of the most entertaining websites on the web, covering a wide range of topics, anything from pop culture, food, music, social news to gadgets, life hacks, and everything in between. But, it can also be used as a tool to give you a keen insight into what’s trending at the moment. With millions of viewers every day, Buzzfeed is definitely one of the tastemakers as far as content is concerned.

Trending Topics Google Trends

GOOGLE TRENDS

Since Google is the most powerful search engine on the web, you would be right in thinking that Google Trends have a good idea about topics that are trending among internet users. It allows you to search through trends in several different categories, if you want to fine-tune your research, or you can simply make use of the “Trending Now” button, which provides you with a detailed list of topics that are hot at the moment. You can either choose to view the results of your search with the help of a visualizer, or with the tried-and-true method of top charts. You can also customize your search based on your location, month, and plenty of other parameters.

Trending Topics Buzzsomo

BUZZSUMO

Another great online tool which can help you discover popular topics, as well as the most influential people on the web, is Buzzsumo. It is a bit more flexible than its competitors, because it allows you to perform your search by entering either a keyword, a topic, or a domain. Now, the clever bit is that it ranks the results based on a total number of shares across all major social networks: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, as well as Pinterest.

Trending Topics Twitter

TWITTER

And there it is, the mother of all websites when it comes to trending content: Twitter. Apart from being one of the most popular platforms on the Internet, Twitter also allows you to discover trends in several different ways. You can choose to search through topics that are trending throughout the entire world, or you can simply limit your scope to your own country. You can even check out the topics that are trending in some cities, as well. You should also take the time to check out trending hashtags and read what other influential users have to say on that particular subject. Once your blog attracts enough followers, you can use Twitter to expand your influence and become one of the trendsetters.

Trending Topics Flipboard

FLIPBOARD/ZITE

Flipboard is basically a news and digital magazines aggregator that is also compatible with social media’s news feeds, which allows users to browse through all kinds of content in a single very pleasing space, where focus is put in one content at a time. However, what makes Flipboard really interesting is its recent addition of a news curation software, designed by its former rival Zite, which lets the app deliver to each user only that content that is really relevant to him or her. Thanks to a powerful Artificial Intelligence core, Zite learns from users’ habits and interactions, and constantly perfects the content selection it displays. It was thanks to this great power that the app was first bought by CNN for $20 to $25 million dollars in 2011, and later on bought by Flipboard in a deal that the press estimates may have been as high as $60 million, in order to improve its own application.

Trending Topics Reddit

REDDIT

Reddit is one of those resources you have to check out if you are interested in trending topics, if only for the fact that is so popular. In fact, there have been many reports that the influx of visitors from Reddit was sufficient to crash smaller sites. You don’t want your blog to go down, but you do want to take advantage of Reddit’s massive influence. Finding your way around trending topics on Reddit can pose some difficulties if you are new to the site, so we suggest that you subscribe right away to subreddits that are related to your industry, or simply your personal preferences.

Trending Topics FollowerWonk

FOLLOWERWONK

FollowerWonk was designed as a site to help users find and follow influential content creators and brands within one’s area of interest. You can also be clever and use it as a tool to figure out your target audience. For instance, if you are running a blog that is reviewing digital cameras and providing useful guides on photography, you’ll want to find influential blogs on Twitter that are similar to yours, and discover if they have a common audience. Simply use the “Compare Users” feature, after which you will know if that particular niche you are targeting has enough readers to make it worth exploring.

With these 7 helpful tools, you will never be out of the loop when it comes to trending content. But, even if you are leaning on trends to find topics for your blog, don’t just follow in everyone else’s footsteps. This is your chance to provide your own fresh take on popular topics.

Antonio Tooley studied journalism at Rutgers University and lives in New Jersey. He’s a writer for a dissertation writing service Edugeeksclub. He will be happy to connect with you on Facebook and Twitter.

40 facts on blogs every business needs to know to grow 6

Posted on August 24, 2013 by Rob Petersen

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More businesses are blogging for marketing purposes. And more people are reading them. Blogs are the lowest cost marketing channel; yet, as the fact below show, they can produce high returns.

Why? Blogs drive traffic to a website; raise page rank on search engines; create high quality leads and generate revenue and ROI.

They reveal a truth about human nature and relationships: People like to do business with people they know. After a product or service, relevant content is a a business’ next best asset.

Anything worth doing is worth doing well. The benefits of blogs don’t accrue without regular publishing, listening to the needs of your audience and engaging.

Is it worth it? Here are 40 facts on blogs every business needs to know to grow.

VISITORS TO A WEBSITE

  • 55% of businesses with blogs see more visitors to their websites (HubSpot)
  • 3X more minutes is spent on blogs by US internet users than on email or social networks (HubSpot)
  • 5X more website traffic comes to businesses that blog 20 times per month (4-5 week) than those that blog fewer than 4X times per month (HubSpot)

SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION (SEO)

  • 434% increase in “indexed” search pages for businesses with a blog; said another way, businesses with a blog are found on 4X the number of search pages (HubSpot)
  • 97% more inbound links are found on website that have a blog. This means the search engine are much more likely to credit a business with a blog as being an “authority” in their industry and raise their search rank  (HubSpot)
  • 95% of businesses with a blog report higher search rank (HubSpot)
  • 85% of blogs use tags (Technorati)
  • 75% of us read a blog a day (Technorati)
  • 4X more search pages for businesses with blogs than those without blogs (HubSpot)

LEAD GENERATION

  • 77% lift in median monthly leads occurs to businesses with over 51 blog articles (HubSpot)
  • 4X more leads occur for businesses that blog 20X per month than those that don’t (HubSpot)
  • Average % cost per lead of various marketing strategies: Tradeshows=47%, Direct Mail=27%, Telemarketing=21%, SEO=13%, Blogging=9% (HubSpot)
  • Average % lead acquistiion by companies through internet marketing channels are: 57% Blog, 57% Linkedin, 48% Faceboook, 42% Twitter (HubSpot)

PURCHASE INFLUENCE

  • 70% of us say blogs influence what we buy (Marketing Sherpa)
  • 67% of marketers say their company blog is “critical” or “important” to their business (HubSpot)
  • 45% of companies with a blog track additional revenue from their blog (HubSpot)
  • 15% say they are paid to give speeches on the topics they blog about (Technorati)

RETURN ON INVESTMENT (ROI): CASE STUDIES:

  • GENERAL MOTORS’ FAST LANE BLOG: GM’s blog, written by senior execs, saves the company $200,000+ a year (Forrester)
  • IBM: Let company employees set up their own internal blog to crowd-source innovation and new product idea across its global network. Crowd-sourcing identified 10 best incubator businesses, which IBM funded for $100 million. They generated $100 billion in total revenue for a 100-to-1 ROI with a 44.1% gross profit margin (Social Media Examiner)
  • ZAGG: an online retailer, knows its blog results in sales, as it earns 172% ROI and 10% of the company’s site traffic (Marketing Sherpa)

BRAND IMAGE

  • 71% of all respondents who maintain blogs for a business report that they have increased their visibility within their industries through their blogs (Technorati)
  • 59% report blogging more frequently this year than they did last year (Technorati)
  • 58% say that they are better-known in their industry because of their blog (Technorati)
  • 56% say that their blog has helped their company establish a positioning as a thought leader within the industry (Technorati)

REACHING INFLUENCERS

  • 64% of bloggers say brand representatives treat them less professionally than they’d like
  • 42% of bloggers say they blog about brands they love (or hate)
  • Among respondents who say they do blog about brands, 51% they said they rarely review brands, services or products among companies
  • Among respondents who say they do blog about brands, 48% say they post reviews weekly

SOCIAL MEDIA

  • 87% of all bloggers use Facebook (Social Media Today)
  • 81% use Facebook to promote their blog (Social Media Today)
  • 64% use Facebook to interact with readers (Social Media Today)
  • 45% say Facebook drives more traffic to their blog than it did a year ago (Social Media Today)
  • 73% of hobbyists and 88% of professional bloggers still use Twitter (Social Media Today)
  • 50%+ of all bloggers link Twitter to their blog (Social Media Today)
  • 34% of bloggers say Twitter is a more effective traffic source than it was a year ago (Social Media Today)
TRUST
  • 64% trust the information in a blog post by someone they know (eMarketer)
  • 46% trust traditional media less than they did 5 years ago (eMarketer)
  • 36% trust the information in a company blog (eMarketer)
  • 35% believe blogs are taken more seriously (HubSpot)
  • 19% believe blogs are written better than traditional media sources (eMarketer)
  • Blogs are the #1 most trusted social media source (eMarketer)

A great infographic on the “Blog Economy,” developed by Ignite Spot  and shared by Linda Bernstein in a recent session of #blogchat contains some of these facts and more. It is well worth reviewing.

Almost half of all companies now have a blog; roughly double the rate from five year ago. But that mean half of companies still haven’t started blogging, yet.

Where does your business fall? Do these facts convince you to start? Do you need help getting started?

The Blog Economy

 
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