3 Things You Don’t Know About Your Small Business Blog

JARED STANTON | September 26, 2018

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Whether you write it or have someone else write it, it’s part of your life. I’m talking about your small business blog. Every good small business owner and marketing team leader knows how important a blog is to the inbound marketing process. However, you probably aren’t aware of all the ways a blog can add value to your business. You already know that your blog is a great tool for marketing. You also know that your blog is an excellent resource for potential customers. A lot of the people whtake the time to read your blog are learning something new because of it. Would be you be surprised if I told you that they weren’t the only people learning something new? That’s right. Your blog is teaching you, too. People who write their own blog articles usually need to do a bit of research. There are a lot of times where you may only know part of what you want to say and are unable to finish a blog without some time spent researching. Yes, even those who are experts in a field still need to do some research. After all, without research where are you going to find your SEO links?

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