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Most of us are aware of the value of a website presence on the Internet. Whether we like it or not, in our modern online world, for a business to bury its head in the sand and ignore this trend can mean commercial suicide. In these days of austerity our businesses need all the help they can get to keep pace with frugal consumer shopping and the insidious supermarket leviathans.

What you should do is to add a donation button on your Check out my profile. Tie it to a PayPal account. Through PayPal account, your readers can send you money (donation) as a token of appreciation and as an encouragement for you to keep blogging.

Social media online blogs profiles not updated or links not working. You don’t want all your social media efforts to result in zippo results. This is exactly what can happen if your profiles don’t have the right contact information. Spend time to review and update your social media profiles and pages and check the information making sure it is consistent throughout all of your social media sites.

Within minutes, I had created my blog, published it on the Web, and began posting and tweaking it. I inserted some HTML code to monitor my stats Business profiles and continued to work on making it a better blog. I also continued to work on my other websites, so that whenever I do climb out of Google’s sandbox, my site will get a good rating.

You are not reliant on a webmaster- This is the number one positive for having a blog in my opinion. You can learn to build blogs by yourself. If that is not your cup of tea, you can easily learn to modify and add to a blog that is built for you. When you do not have to rely on a webmaster to make every change of your website, it gives you the freedom to experiment and make changes to improve your site. Once you know how to make simple changes to your blogs, you have a lot better control of your website and the message you are trying to send with it.

Consider your budget. How much money do you have to spend on online dating memberships or subscriptions? Some sites require a one-time fee and others are structured with monthly membership fees.

3) The name is hard to spell, is often misspelled by the general public, or is not easily expansive. I don’t know about you, but I’m in business to make a lot of money. I hope to one day have offices for Brand Excitement across several continents so when I chose my name I considered the literal translation of that name into other languages. This may not matter for your business now, but we do operate on a global landscape, so it will matter at some point in the future as your business grows.

Start one! You can (and will want to) build a strategy and a plan later, but if you see value for you, jump in! Go to http://blogger.com (what I use) and get started in less than five minutes for free.