Articles on: Blogging

Why Blogging Makes Good Business Sense

As the story often goes, it all happened mostly by accident. 20 yrs ago Jorn Barger coined a term “weblog” as he was writing his Robot Wisdom articles and then logging them on the web.  It was a “web log.”   A couple years later, as more of a joke, Peter Merholz broke the word into […]

Guest Blogging: The Risks & Rewards

Today’s post is, ironically a guest blog on the topic of Guest Blogging…! Thanks to Phil Singleton of Kansas City Web Design® for a great explanation of the concept and why it’s a good idea, especially in today’s environment. If you’d be interested in Guest Blogging – let me know. This year content finally became ‘King’ – and […]

Are you Feeding your Prospective Clients?

Your prospective clients are hungry…are you feeding them good stuff? Whether we like it or not you have to have a presence on the internet…if I hear about you from a friend, if I meet you at a networking event and get your card or if I stumble across you on LinkedIn, Twitter or Facebook […]

A splash of color – 4 Blogs that are email worthy!

I’ve been really busy the last few months (which is a great problem to have these days), but it’s been challenging to keep up with all of the great stuff that’s out on the internet. I pick up a lot of ideas for articles and blog posts from Social Media (LinkedIn, Twitter, etc.) when I […]

Remarkablogger – Get More Traffic!

photo by extranoise  Blogging is a great way to promote your business. There are a lot of great reasons why you should Blog for your business but the catch-22 is that blogging without any readers doesn’t make any noise in the forest (you know what I mean). As I’ve discovered over time, although it’s pretty […]

Jumping in the Twitter Pool – How you can participate

I couldn’t stand it any longer – I needed to find out what all the buzz was regarding Twitter, so I decided to join up and start learning. For those that don’t know, Twitter is a ‘micro-blogging’ platform that limits you to 140 characters per post (or Tweet). What’s the point? Well that’s the interesting […]