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10 Reasons To Have A Custom Blog
By: Kelly R. Ragland
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    2006-06-29

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    6 - Broadcast on demand

    Announcing promotions, sales and special events is as easy as typing them into your blog. Make any notice public within minutes.

    5 - Today a blog, tomorrow an e-zine

    As time passes and your blog archives your posts, your blog becomes a virtual magazine of material with a range of topics. The more content you add related to your business, the more keywords are added and more material is available for interested Internet users.

    4 - Customer education

    No matter what business you're in it is important to give your customers a clear message of what you offer. You can use your blog to help them better understand your methods, products, policies and more. Frequently asked questions can be addressed and explained easily, a benefit to you and your clients.

    3 - Customer service

    Use your blog to support products and services by adding content that can again answer questions or explain procedures. The ability to attract attention to new products or inform customers about those products can give your customers a reference point and save them a call or possible confusion.

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