With tens of millions of blogs online today, major corporations have started to recognize the value of a corporate blog for communicating with customers.
Saturday, August 22, 2009
Sunday, August 09, 2009
Many marketing departments fail to “get” blogging and have poorly visited blogs with few comments. Because their blog fails to perform, they conclude that blogging is an ineffective marketing tool and either remove it entirely or leave it to languish.
Posted by Rick at 9:52 AM
Thursday, August 06, 2009
Blogging is the latest buzzword in online marketing and PR.
Posted by Rick at 7:15 PM
Blogging is easy, blogging is fun. And what's more'it can help your business in a lot of ways. A blog is a frequent, chronological publication of personal thoughts and web links in the cyberspace.
Posted by Rick at 7:14 PM
If you use Wordpress.org as your blogging application and want to give your blog's appearance a more unique look without spending a fortune, then a premium Wordpress theme might be the perfect solution.
Posted by Rick at 6:49 PM
Sunday, August 02, 2009
Saturday, August 01, 2009
Do you check your RSS subscriber numbers daily and sweat over those numbers. Did your last blog post work and increase my blog subscribers?
Posted by Rick at 9:00 AM
Those with technical skills sometimes find it difficult to find inspiration for posts whereas those with experience with writing may struggle to get to grips with running their blog and customizing it the way they want.
Posted by Rick at 8:50 AM
Blog Themes are great ones to promote in almost any niche, as a lot of your readers will be bloggers themselves and bloggers are always changing their themes. If they purchase a theme, they will need hosting to go along with it. And well twitter tools are just getting started.
Posted by Rick at 8:46 AM
Do you want a wider audience, more subscribers, better conversion to paying customers, fanatically loyal readers, and enviable word of mouth?
Posted by Rick at 8:30 AM
Some great tips on building relationships with your readers when blogging.
Posted by Rick at 8:28 AM