‘Blog Writing’ Category

Community is the Key

Thursday, March 5th, 2009

I get emails every day from readers of this and some of my other blogs. Many of these contain comments like “how do you find this stuff” and “you are really great at finding….”. To which I say, thank you, but I have to admit that more than 50% of the time, it’s not me. [...]

Flaming the Competition

Thursday, February 12th, 2009

Sticks and stones might break bones, but libelous statements may lead to litigation….. A flame, according to answers.com is : Informal. To make insulting criticisms or remarks, as on a computer network, to incite anger. So when it comes to the competition, it’s really tempting to flame the heck out them. Especially when their products [...]

Corporate Blog: Splog or Community?

Saturday, November 15th, 2008

SPLOG: Spam Blog. Business is business, right? It’s all about the duckets, the dollars, the bottom line. Period. Right? Well, sort of. Because sometimes corporate blogs and the bloggers that write them are very short sighted. Writing every blog post as a sales pitch for a product or service. Ultimately becoming one big spam blog. [...]

Corporate Blogging Mistakes

Monday, November 10th, 2008

With the blogging boom has come literally thousands of would-be blog coaches. Each with their own opinions and different methods for developing successful corporate blogs. Which is fine, many of them offer sound advice that if followed, could help your blog perform better. But some of them seem to focus on areas that might not [...]

Closed Comments on Business Blogs?

Tuesday, October 28th, 2008

I find it kind of disturbing when I come across a business blog with closed comments. Am I the only one that is irked by this? I’m going to venture to say that I’m not. In my opinion, closing off your company blog comments is a huge mistake. Not only are you totally blocking the [...]

Joe the Plumber Needs a Blog

Monday, October 20th, 2008

During the last round of presidential debates, there was quite a bit of mention for “Joe the Plumber.” Now, you’ll get a lot of different web addresses, depending on who you ask, as the official “Joe the Plumber.” If you go to JoeThePlumber.com you’ll see that they are selling what they are calling the “official” [...]

Blog Definition: Writer or Pro Blogger?

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2008

What is the difference between a professional blogger and a writer? Can’t someone be both? Yes, they can. But there are differences between the two. Bloggers are almost all writers, with the exception of some photo and multimedia bloggers. But not all writers can be bloggers. At least they can’t be professional bloggers in my [...]

Coffee is for Closers: Making the sale with your blog

Sunday, September 14th, 2008

Remember “Glengarry, Glen Ross?” If you’ve never seen it, I really recommend that you do. It’s a great movie about some shady, high pressure real estate salesman / telemarketers. At one point in the movie, Alec Baldwin (I think it was Alec, or one of the thirty other brothers that keep crawling out of the [...]

It was bound to happen

Wednesday, August 13th, 2008

It was. I missed a day blogging here. I could make a bunch of excuses about how I couldn’t get online and make a post here at Business Blogs yesterday, which is true, but I won’t…. Point is this. It happens. No harm, no foul. It’s going to happen with your business blog as well [...]

A blog post in 3 easy steps

Tuesday, August 5th, 2008

We hear it all the time. What is the best way to write a blog post? A blog post is simple if you know the basics of writing. It really comes down to three different parts. 1. Tell them what you are going to write about 2. Write about it 3. A summary of what [...]

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