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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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  • 10 Reasons To Have A Custom Blog
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    2 - Customer satisfaction

    One could use their blog to allow customers to leave feedback on their purchases, build a list of testimonials, offer ways for them to recommend, rate or request products and more. All adding more content to the blog to interest other readers and sales leads.

    1 - Your satisfaction

    As this article suggests, with a custom blog you have a marketing tool and total control over what relationships can build from it. An affordable online web presence that requires little time, knowledge to operate and an open channel to the Internet at large.

    About The Author


    Kelly Ragland - "Rags" - is a published columnist, web designer, web site application developer, Internet marketing consultant and owner of Rags To Stitches Productions at http://www.a-stitch.com.


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