Small Business Blogging 101
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Small Business Blogging 101

Small Business Blogging 101

By John Jantsch

If you are looking for a quick overview of blogging for small business, thinking about starting a blog, or already have a blog and need some tips for getting more from it, you might enjoy the following presentation I did as part of a series of webinars with email marketing service provider Vertical Response.

    In this session I cover:

  • Getting started
  • Design resources
  • Best practices
  • Plugins and addons
  • Promoting and amplifying

Hope it gives you some new ideas. (FYI you can click on the little TV like icon to view in full screen.)

Lots of disclosure here too: Vertical Response is a partner of the Duct Tape Marketing Coach Network and the young lady conducting the interview is none other than my daughter Jenna Jantsch!

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