What is a blog? Why would I even want one? What can it do for my company?
Many companies want to get into blogging but they aren’t getting the right advice. A lot of companies get excited by what a blog can do for them, but then they get anxious about the interaction of a community.
Keeping up with the daily routine of a blog is not the easiest task. A lot of companies want a blog, but don’t realize how hard it is to keep updated content – that is until they realize they haven’t posted anything in 3 months.
Blogging gets even harder when it’s not your full time job and for a lot of people, it isn’t. I personally write for four different blogs and as much as I would like to post something every day on all of them, I just can’t.
Blogging can be a challenge – it takes a lot of time to create decent content that people are actually going to want to read. The last three months I have been very active over at the Cure for Common Marketing blog.
The Cure is a blog that I started at my 9-5 job, Jackson Dawson, to try and bring them up to speed in the blogosphere. I am very proud of JD because, while a lot of companies say they want to get involved, for some reason or another they never do. It took JD a while to get on board, but they’re finally coming around.
Throughout the hustle and bustle of everyday life we constantly get bombarded with outside noise and it’s important to remember to respect each other.
No matter what happens in life we always need to treat each other with the same compassion that we would like to be treated with.
Ever lose track of all the sites you like to read? Remember when you used to stumble onto new sites only to discover the perfect resource? The days of not having time to roam and losing urls like pennies are over. Now there’s Alltop.
Started by Guy Kawasaki, Will Mayall, and Kathryn Henkens, Alltop is an organized list of sites arranged by topic. Whether you’re looking for SEO, design, education, politics, sports, or even the twitterati, Alltop has it.