A guest post by Christa Maxwell for you to enjoy…

There’s one marketing strategy that small businesses often forget about. It doesn’t cost a fortune, and it doesn’t demand too much effort for maintenance. Moreover, it is the best home based business opportunity for small commercial enterprises. What is it?

Blogging.

To say the least, anyone can instantaneously start his or her own blog at this very second. Blogging sites are not only a platform for self-expression and a tank for discussion about certain topics, but it is an affordable avenue for online marketing as well.

However, despite the option to freely create and keep one, small businesses still fail to do so. Why is that?

To make things perceptible for every hesitant business owner out there who’s been thinking long enough about putting up a blog for his or her business, the following benefits below should eliminate all your doubts.

Read on | Fairy Blog Mother

 

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Alice Elliott is a Digital Marketer whose award winning Fairy Blog Mother blog provides simply explained, jargon-free, highly visual WordPress training for beginner and post-beginner bloggers, specialising in the older blogger. Her e-courses consist of before-and-after screen-shots that make no assumption of prior knowledge, constructively beginning at Blogging Level 0 to ensure a good foundational training. She is well known for her ability to “explain things really simply”, relating her teaching to each learner according to their lifestyle and ability. Having the chance to network with bloggers around my own age is a breath of fresh air. Now I don’t have to worry whether they understand what I’m going on about, nor will I feel like an old fogie for saying the wrong thing! Also, since I focus on teaching bloggers of a more mature age how to blog, which requires a more patient, step-by-step approach, here is a safe and secure environment to showcase tasters of what I offer, readily accepted by the perfect target market for my style of e-courses.