Blogging has been around for some time now but most people still think blogs are just personal diaries written by lonely people that ramble aimlessly. Blogs have come of age and today there are many really cool blogs that contain very useful and entertaining information. In fact, many businesses now use blogs to carry on extended conversations with their customers.

If you're in business for yourself and you're not blogging then you need to read this article I found in the New York Times. Read this article to see how you can make a huge impact with a very small investment of time and money. Check out the article at

Feel free to comment on this post to let me know if you're blogging and if it's working for you. If you're not blogging leave a comment and tell me why you're not blogging.

Until next time.


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Ted Prodromou

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