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PostHeaderIcon Using your Blog

Do you have a blog? Are you using it to bring in sales? Well Scott Ginsberg has a great post on 6 ways to use your blog to close sales. But here is the catch:

Keep in mind that none of these six blogging practices will work unless you’ve already taken preparatory action.

That means you need to actually HAVE a blog.
That means you need to be WRITING, every day.
That means you need to POST on your blog, every day.
That means you need to attract decent TRAFFIC to your blog.
That means you need to gather TESTIMONIALS from your customers fans.
That means you need to earn your readers’ TRUST through (consistently) practical and helpful content.”

So, if you are on board of all of that, head over to HELLO, my name is BLOG!

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