A blog can be a website or part of a website. Maintained by individuals, blogs are usually running commentaries where people can add to the subject matter. Many contain content while others may be personal diaries but the important part is the ability to leave comments. Even if you are not computer savvy, the term blogging has come up frequently in conversation. If not that word, how about Facebook or Twitter? To be part of a community or to get specific real time information, a blog can answer any question.
Blogging has become a popular way for people to obtain and share information and express opinions. Economists, marketers, video buffs, and small business owners, plus many more, read and input into blogs. Small business owners can use blogs to build credibility and enhance their business at little or no cost. For a good place to start on what's out there
Why don't you, the small business owner, use blogs is the question? Time may be the answer. Anyone reading and writing to blogs can spend every day, all day, on them. So the real answer is time management. Manage when and how often you'll track your blogs and stick to it. There is a lure calling the unsuspecting to blog. It's fun and informative but a huge time sink so needs active control.
Some tools can help and are called social network aggregators. This software collects content from multiple social network services and gathers the information into a single location. The tools simplify a users social media network and can save the small business owner a lot of time. If this is of interest and it should be
For answers and great reading you can get more information from the following sites. I highly recommend you spending some time on them.
- Copyblogger is a wealth of information on getting more traffic
- SCORE provides invaluable information on every small business question and a place to get a free mentor
- Entrepreneurs-journey offers great information on blogging, entrepreneurship, and online business
Take a look at some of the websites I have offered to you. As an owner, you need all the time and knowledge you can get to run your small business successfully and this will help