Thoughts and Philosophy on Blogging by Blogging Content.net
The number of bloggers on the Internet has grown exponentially over the past 5-years, and has easily surpassed critical mass. What started out as a communication log type web-format evolved into a social networking phenomena of the tech generations. Now, there are folks of every living generation online blogging up a storm. Corporations are using blogs to communicate with their employers, vendors, customers, and consumers. Small Business People, Professionals and Solo Practitioners are using blogs for marketing and reaching their niche clientele using special key wording that is specific to location and industry sub-sector; and it's working.
Industry based blogs are popping up everywhere, in nearly all sectors and they are gaining synergy and acceptance. Folks can network online, explain their business philosophy, share inspirational thoughts, talk about hobbies and become "real people" to those they do business with or hope to do business with in the future. Of course, a blog that becomes static or neglected also sends a message to vendors, customers and future clientele. The wrong message. Quite frankly it tends to demonstrate a lack of commitment, dedication, and perseverance, something that vendors, and customers value. Perhaps, this is why a dynamic and up-to-date blog puts folks at ease and increases the blogger's or company's credibility.
Please feel free to consider some of our thoughts and Philosophy on blogging. You are welcome to peruse some of the links below, hopefully they will get you thinking about what it means to be a Top Blogger in your industry, region or area of expertise. Indeed, if you are purely a blogger with a social networking focus, you might too enjoy these thoughts, as it will indeed, spur more of your own.
Blog Ring Strategies
Is Your Blog Lost in the Fog?
Does My Blog Have a Life Cycle?
Are You Blogging About Blogging?
Blog Like a Dog Industry Blog Strategy
Is the Government Reading Your Blog?
Blogging Changing Literature of the Past
Blog Tyranny and Internet Forum Bullying
Developing a Rule Strategy for Your Blog
Where Does the Word Blog Come From?
Tips on Increasing Blog Quantity and Output
Advantages and Disadvantages of Owning a Blog
The Blogosphere; Know the Ropes Before You Post
Are Blogs the Future of Written Human Cultural History?
Some Information is Not Worth the Blog it is Written On
Real Estate Blog Ethics and Local Market Hyping Problems
When Should You Respond to the Comments on Your Blogs
Industry Blogs – Should Every Industry Subsector Have One?
Time to Invest in a Little Blog Marketing for Your Small Business
2008 Blog Behavior Case Study - Dialogue and Discussion on Bloggers
How to Make Excuses Gracefully on Your Company or Corporate Blog
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