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Mon, 07 Nov 2011 16:06:44 +0000I agree with Henry. I have 6 blogs and it is difficult to find the time to update them on a daily basis. I try for at least once a week and am much better at it now that I am working from home. When I had a day job out of the home and my work from home job and my meetings, it was next to impossible to keep up. To your success! Fran Watson BANABU
Thu, 22 Oct 2009 12:47:04 +0000Blogging is a great way to comment but I am finding it increasingly difficult to maintain it on a daily basis. You need to put it on your to-do-list to create a habit of updating it. The best time for me to update my blog is at the same time every morning and make it part of your daily routine, otherwise you wont stick with it.
Tue, 02 Jun 2009 03:44:48 +0000Blogging has been great for our business. It allows our clients to stay in tough with us and new potential clients to see updated work.
Wed, 15 Oct 2008 09:15:07 +0000Hi Anita Your comments are most interesting. My office is based at my home, which is fantastic, but unless I pick up the phone and call someone, or someone contacts me, I can have very little contact with people. Our business is website based and we don't have a blog on it at present, but I would really love to communicate with others from around the Globe. I found your site through Yaro Starak, Brisbane Australia, from Blog Mastermind. Have you done any of his multi-media lessons or been involved with his blogging? I would really appreciate your comments. Cheers Diane
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Mon, 05 May 2008 06:46:53 +0000I want to start up a Website but do not have products at this time to sell. Should I consider becoming an Affiliate for miscellaneous products and services? I am a member of Clickbank.com of which I have a nickname, but no Website of my own. I bought a copy of one, but I am so new I think there are some steps I have to do in order for it to start generating any kind of transaction. Then I came across this idea of doing a Blog but does a Blog have to be a specific product or service? It's kind of a dumb question I suppose, but can you help me? I know of a company that would benefit from doing the Blog thing. Could I be an Affiliate for Small Business referring them to this kind of info? I am thinking out loud now. So if you can help me with sorting this all out I would truly appreciate it. Thanks in advance. Lin Marie
Mon, 03 Sep 2007 03:28:45 +0000Your own blog can be very helpful in starting a relevant dialogue with (potential) customers. By posting on relevant industry topics, visitors will start to see your company as a knowledgeable source of information, which is invaluable for building trust.
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