Blogwild!: a guide for small business blogging

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Portfolio, Apr 11, 2006 - Business & Economics - 174 pages
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The world seems to have gone blogwild. More and more personal blogs appear every day, and businesses large and small are realizing that blogging can be a dynamite sales, marketing, and communications tool. Blogs are cheap to set up and operate, and they can humanize a companys image, start the buzz on a new product, and get instant customer feedback.Do you have a blog? Does your business? Its not too late to get started. Written by a well-known blogging expert and evangelist, Blogwild!walks would-be bloggers through the entire process and shows you just how easy it is to get up and running. More than just Blogging for Dummies, this humorous and indispensable book includes: a brief history of where blogs came from, where they are now, and where theyre going eight keys to a successful business blog everything you ever wanted to know about blog software the latest trends in multimedia blogging with audio and video five necessary elements of your blogs persona and lots more!With Blogwild!youll discover that wildly effective blogging is within the reach of every business.

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Review: Blogwild!: A Guide for Small Business Blogging

User Review  - Lauren - Goodreads

Outdated. Also a relatively tiny book with large print. Would maybe be useful for someone who wants to start a blog who is not completely comfortable on a computer or the internet. Anyone comfortable navigating the internet wouldn't find this very useful. Read full review

Review: Blogwild!: A Guide for Small Business Blogging

User Review  - Brooke - Goodreads

Blog wild is a short book on how to blog your business with success. It was a little helpful, I hesitate on that because it is overly outdated. I was looking for a blogging book with more inspiration ... Read full review

Contents

What Is a Blog?
3
What Is a TrackBack? 35
15
Who Reads Blogs?
23
Copyright

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Common terms and phrases

About the author (2006)

Andy Wibbels is a blogging evangelist and entrepreneurial trainer who created easybakeweblogs.com, a popular blogging resource. He conducts Web seminars and runs the Coachamatic blog for executive and personal coaches.