3 Ways Blogging Makes Your Business Better (TCI EXPO Preview)

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Scott Jamieson (not verified)

commented on Oct 11, 2012 at 9:11am

Jeff is right on with these comments, especially the challenges. Blogs are here to stay and businesses need to find the strategies to keep up with them. Think of a blog as an ongoing dialogue with your client. This is a great way to communicate with your clients and businesses need to continuously find ways to do this. It is too easy to not talk to your clients. This is one way, but it takes work and, as Jeff says consistency. Nothing worse than a Facebook page where the last update was months ago.... well maybe a blog with the last entry being months ago.

Jeff Korhan (not verified)

commented on Oct 20, 2012 at 7:22pm

Thanks for your comment Scott. I will go further to suggest blogging creates greater familiarity that makes it easier to have that dialogue with customers and clients both offline and online.

For example, I really enjoyed your Tour de Trees blogging. I'm sure others would agree it made us feel like we were right there experiencing the thrills (and the falls) too!

I can't imagine a business that would not benefit from their customers being more intimate with their expertise and business practices.

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