You probably have a business website but do you also have a blog? A website is essential for providing customers with essential information such as who you are, what you do, and how to find you. A blog, however, also serves many vital purposes. Blogging gives you an edge in several ways. Here are the five biggest reasons to make a blog part of your small business inbound marketing strategy:
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An interesting question and one that has significant impact on your company's ability to grow. The Web offers extensive opportunities to grow your business but it isn't magic, it is a tool. Like all tools you have to understand how it works and use it with skill to get the desired results. Most BtoB companies have a website and have made an effort to attract prospective customers to their site. This will undoubtedly bring traffic and new sales prospects but it is only part of the solution. When a prospective customer finds your company through search engines they generally are evaluating several companies and their solutions. They already have a perception of their problem and the criteria for solving it. In addition to the sales prospects generated by search engines your company needs sales prospects that are searching specifically for your company. When a prospective customer intentionally searches for your company they do so because they already have a positive disposition towards your company's expertise.