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  • Anonymous

    Nice job taking a huge amount of information and condensing it down. I’m definitely bookmarking this post for later so I can reread it. I think Step 5 is especially important: promoting your blog in the age of Social Media. Content is important but at this point it’s the starting point, there is Sooooooo much great content out and just having great content isn’t enough. 

    I would like to add that networking (both online and off) is incredibly important and can be done before  you even start writing a blog. Having a network of friends who can comment and share your content really helps.

  • Anonymous

    Now more organisations use blogs to get more visitor and for increasing business. By providing best content and great information to visitor and by writing blog about company they can be more familiar with visitor and allow them to put trust on them. As trust is the base between businessman and client or customer. And thank you for sharing such great information with us.
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  • Stacey

    Wow! Very comprehensive article. Definitely bookmarking so I can refer to it frequently as I continue blogging. Thanks!

  • http://blog.tianakai.com/ Tiana Kai

    Wow, lots of great stuff Jeff…I took a few screenshots :-) . I’ve noticed more traction on LinkedIn lately, so should probably dedicate a little more time or retune my updates for that audience.

  • Deon Fialkov

    Ever since my facebook profile that I had for 3.5 years was hacked and deleted ; tried to appeal to support: they didn’t care – I only have a facebook profile now for their games… I use twitter … I can’t be bothered with linkedin anymore …

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