Why Blog?

It is a simple question with a complex answer.  A strong blog is the core of your Internet marketing strategy. It provides content to fuel your social media updates, helps you build credibility, shortens your sales cycle and sends a steady stream rich, relevant content to search engines.

Blogging is so important for small business owners, that it is a topic we return to over and over again. Check out the blogging tips from a few of our favorite conversations. 

a few of our favorite blogging conversations

michael stelzner

#61 Blog Fuel

From our archive, a conversation about using content to “fuel” your business.
Allison Carter

#153 Finding Blog Content

How to turn questions into blog content.

 

jarred juett

#185 Why No One Is Readying Your Blog

Your blog is not about you, it is about things your customers want to know. 

Sam von Tobel

#300 Blogging Tips and FAQ

Diving in with our content team lead Sam to anser common blogging questions. 

about the show

It started as a conversation with friends. When someone would drop by Roundpeg, Lorraine would pull out her iPhone and record a bit of banter. From those first, informal interactions with local marketing professionals, authors, and entrepreneurs, More than a Few Words, a marketing podcast was born.

Over the last decade, we’ve experimented with lots of formats including 30-minute live episodes, complete with a call-in number and a real-time Twitter feed. There were half-baked marketing ideas, conversations with marketing celebrities, lots of laughs, and good information along the way.

Today, the ten-minute conversations are heard by business owners around the world looking for practical tips and a little bit of marketing inspiration. 

 

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Success starts with your team

If you own a business, sometimes it feels as if you have to do everything yourself.  But you don’t successful business owners build strong teams.

So how do you build your team?  It starts with the recruiting process, as you convince people that you offer an environment where they will want to come to work.  

As you build your team you must adapt to the unique personality styles of each member, and introduce your team to prospective clients. 

 

a few of our favorite conversations

lisa k mcdonald square

#466 Attracting the Right Candidates

If its a struggle to find qualified candidates, you might need to change your focus.

Megan Wendholt Explains Enneagram Types

#588 Introduction to Enneagrams

Dive into Enneagram personality types to understand how this tool improves communication.

susan 1

428 The Joy Powered Workplace

Create a work environment where people look forward to walking in the door every day.

Sam von Tobel

#443 Employee Profiles

Use employee profiles to introduce your team to prospective clients.

about the show

It started as a conversation with friends. When someone would drop by Roundpeg, Lorraine would pull out her iPhone and record a bit of banter. From those first, informal interactions with local marketing professionals, authors, and entrepreneurs, More than a Few Words, a marketing podcast was born.

Over the last decade, we’ve experimented with lots of formats including 30-minute live episodes, complete with a call-in number and a real-time Twitter feed. There were half-baked marketing ideas, conversations with marketing celebrities, lots of laughs, and good information along the way.

Today, the ten-minute conversations are heard by business owners around the world looking for practical tips and a little bit of marketing inspiration. 

 

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Get the latest episodes delivered to your desktop every week.

Subscribe to More Than a Few Words wherever you listen to podcasts!