Why You Really Need a Blog for Your Business
If you missed the teleclass last night, “What the Hecks a Blog, and Why Do I Need One?” you really missed out! But you are in luck!
Denise Wakeman and I are making the audio recording available to you.
Just go here and listen and learn:
If you would like to walk through the steps for setting up your own blog, please join us for the following 4 Tuesdays at 8:45 p.m. ET.
Why? Because setting up your own business blog is easy even for non-techies, it’s free or costs as little as $5/month, and it drives traffic to your website and/or can even replace a website. If you know how to use it effectively, it will get results for your business.
It is perfect for creating a web presence for independent professionals who have something to say and who need people to get to know them and what they can do for them. Having your own business blog gives you credibility and an forum where you can show your expertise. Readers can comment directly onto your blog, thus creating interaction and interest.
No more waiting for your web designer to update your web site. You can post to your blog yourself. And the search engines love blogs and will pick up your keywords easily, boosting your rankings, making it easier for people to find you on the web.
To register for the 4-week workshop go to www.teledevelop.com. Don’t worry, if you miss a session, it’s all recorded and transcribed.
We’ll include the audio tapes of the classes, and the ebook on how to do your own blog. We will also be communicating to all class members through an interactive class blog so that you can experience what it is like. You will have your own blog up and running AND be able to add new material to it yourself by the 2nd or 3rd session.
If you’ve been putting off doing an ezine, start with a blog and it will solve many of the ezine struggles. But to learn how, you need to know more than just setting up your blog. You need to learn to use it to get clients. We’ll show you all the features, and little known secrets of effective blogs!
Join us next week!