Holy Toledo, am I having a great time at BlogWorld! I’m exhausted, energized, and inspired.
In my last post, I invited you to share your questions about blogs and blogging and promised that I’d seek out various bloggers to share their thoughts and advice. You certainly didn’t disappoint! Excellent questions poured in via email, Twitter, the AlmostSavvy Facebook page, and comments on my blog.
I absolutely believe there are enormous benefits to having a blog – if you have a plan and the dedication to stick with it. Rather than listen to just my take on things, I invite you to listen to a number of amazingly talented and generous bloggers I talked with at the conference.
First up is Chris Brogan. Chris is widely respected in the social media world, both for his technical expertise and his solid reputation as a caring and endlessly decent guy. His blog at ChrisBrogan.com is always inspiring and educational. Subscribe and you are in for a treat!?He recently co-wrote the New York Times Bestseller?Trust Agents: Using the Web to Build Influence, Improve Reputation, and Earn Trust, a must-read for those interested in building valued business relationships through social media.
Here, Chris answers the extremely important question, “How can having a blog help me or my business?”
What do you think of Chris’ advice? If you have a blog, has it made it easier for you to be found online? What key points would you add?
Thanks for posting this video, I’ve meet Chris a couple of times, he’s the real deal, and right it does not cost alot to setup a blog. Remember no one is an expert overnight, that’s what I tell people. Thanks for the video
.-= Jayson?s last blog ..Hotmail users have their passwords leaked for being dumb enough to use hotmail as a main email account =-.
You’re right, Jason. Chris is the real deal. As far as “no one is an expert overnight” goes, that’s exactly why I named the blog AlmostSavvy. I consider myself “almost savvy” – we’re all still learning, and that’s OK. Being “almost savvy” is pretty darn great and something to be proud of!
Thanks, Irene! As one who was not able to attend the Expo, I was hoping that some choice gleanings would appear on Twitter and in the ongoing ?Blogworld?. Thanks for grabbing Chris – a busy man I’m sure – and providing his insights for the uninitiated business owner.
Glad you enjoyed it. Stay tuned, I spoke with several others at BlogWorld and will be adding their videos shortly,