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Three Tips for Improving Your Business Blog

July 22, 2009

Business blogging can do wonders for your bottom line. It can bring in more Web traffic, give you more exposure, allow you to tailor your company's message, and give you a platform for interacting with potential customers.

Most businesses understand the benefits of blogging, but how do you make yours stand out? How do you sustain the energy and commitment to keep the blog going?

At the MarketingProfs B2B forum last month in Boston, Kyla Cullinane caught up with active blogger Mike O'Toole to get his take. Here are his Top 3 tips for business bloggers:

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  • by DwayneO Thu Jul 23, 2009 via web

    Thanks for sharing your tips. I do believe that making blog for a business is really good thing to do. First it’s free and easy to do than going in advertisement agencies and pay huge amount of money. If you are short of budget but need to be heard by others, blogging is the answer for your problem. You just need to inform you viewers of all the true facts and objectives of your business. Blogging doesn’t need paycheck loan [See: ] to do all you need are some articles that your business specialize of. Good luck and hope for more updates!

  • by KevHeadCreative Mon Jul 27, 2009 via web

    Great tips for people who have never heard of blogging. Kind of blog-101 stuff for the rest of us.

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