Blogging – How does one start and what can be gained?

How Do You Create Your Own Blog? is one of the websites that offers free blogging. Go to Blogger and click on ‘create’ to start setting up an account. Follow the simple steps to create an account which then allows you to start blogging. You will need to have a valid email address to do so. If you do not yet have an email address, you can use free services such as Yahoo or Google to create one.

So Why Create A Blog?
Your Blog is your footprint on the Web and can do the following for you or your business.
1. Help to establish you as a leader in your industry.
2. Deliver value through relevant content to potential customers.
3. Build brand and company awareness.
4. Drive traffic to your company website.
5. Build a community of supporters.
6. Stimulate interest in your products or services.

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About Sandra McCarty

Founder of SM Business Solutions LLC, offering inbound marketing services that are both innovative and tailored to my clients needs. I use inbound marketing media such as blogging, emails and social media to help independent professionals, business owners and entrepreneurs successfully engage their target markets and increase their revenues. I am passionate about making sure my clients are satisfied and their companies experience tangible gains. A graduate of Martin J Whitman School of Management, Syracuse University, University of the West Indies and of the Royal Institute of Marketing, London. Some of my clients are; Retro Lounge & Grill, The Cybernet Place, Optic Masters, Balance & Power Inc, Long Island Entrepreneurs Meetup Group, Best Buyer's Brokers and Male Ego Ltd.

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