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How Blogging Impacts Your Business - Empirical Data, Strategy & Tactics

By Chad PollittJun 30, 2011

Building Leads with BloggingThanks to everyone who joined the Kuno Creative Inbound Marketing team and our special guest Douglas Karr, author of Corporate Blogging for Dummies, to learn how blogging can impact your business.

If you were unable to attend, or would like a copy of the presentation, feel free to download the webinar slides below. Soon we will release the full video and audio of the presentation too. We'll send out an email to the attendees with a link to the video.


Reviewed in the Webinar:

  • Actual results and historical data on the impact of blogging
  • Blogging tips for search engine optimization (SEO), and what to avoid
  • Social Media and its impact on blogging
  • Understanding Calls-To-Action and Landing Pages for Blogging
  • Growing your Blog Audience & Subscribers

Can Blogging Impact Your Business?

Chris Knipper shares valuable data and trends about the impact of blogging on traffic, organic search and leads.  Find out what happens to businesses in a variety of industries as they do blogging at various levels.

Douglas Karr dives deeper into the tactics for blogging, best practices, resources, tricks of the trade, and traps to avoid.

Douglas is the author of Corporate Blogging for Dummies, Chief Blogger/Founder of the Marketing Technology Blog and CEO of DK New Media. He and his team specialize in performing due diligence analysis of marketing technology companies for venture capital and investment firms. DK New Media also consults on an ongoing basis with large companies who wish to leverage online strategies to build inbound marketing efforts using search and social media.

Douglas Karr
Chris Knipper


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