Why blog?

A blog is a simple, easy-to-use platform for sharing information of any kind. It opens a direct channel of communication to reach the whole world. Anyone and everyone can start a blog and write about any topic you love – your business, your hobby, etc.. You are in complete control of the publishing and have the freedom to share whatever content you’d like, whenever you’d like.

In short, if you’re not blogging for your business, you’re missing out. Here are some of the great things a blog can do for your business:

  • Stand out as an expert in your industry
  • Control your online footprint
  • Get better search rankings for your website
  • Drive sales
  • Build loyal followers
  • Give your brand a voice
  • Give your customers a voice

If you’re afraid of what it takes to build a blog web site, let us help you. Call us today for a free consultation on setting up a blog that you, or we, can manage!  Positive Impact Partners 201-939-8601.

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2 Responses to Why blog?

  1. Amy.Bethany says:

    Do you think if people blog solely to impress employees and enhance their CV their blog will not be as authentic as those who do it for pleasure? Do you think individuals should use blogging for CV purposes?

    • pipartners says:

      Thanks for your comments, Amy. Since we are not in the field of employment, I can only answer from my own experience. I think that using a blog as a CV can work two ways when seeking employment. First, it might work FOR you if you are in the field of writing. If not, it could work AGAINST you, in that potential employers might see you as too busy, or too public to hire. I think having your CV or resume on line is always convenient when replying to employment ads, but, it does make you quite public. It’s a matter of who you are and what you do. Many personal bloggers do so anonymously, as well, so staking claim to the blog to a potential employer might be difficult. Danielle Fry, Director of Creative Services, Positive Impact Partners.

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