So, how do you as a business blogger write a book review? This is an important question, since the manner in which you review a book may affect your readers’ perceptions of how you conduct your own business.
The answer to how to have a blog first depends on why you want a blog. (The word blog comes from combining web and log, as in a log of what you’re doing).
This post consolidates the links to the entirety of Intellectual Property Attorney and TBB Author, Nils Montan’s, recent 6-Part, Legal Ramifications series on Copyright Law. If you as a business blogger need a brief review of Copyright Law, then you should read the following:
The last thing you want is some kind of trouble with Twitter, right? I mean, as a business blogger, you probably have enough to deal with already. The following are links to 38 posts TBB Authors have written to date focused solely on Twitter, or otherwise briefly touching on Twitter in a manner you may find beneficial:
The following lists articles on Facebook that we at TBB have written in the last 7 months; several of these articles discuss using Facebook, but as part of a larger, cohesive marketing strategy for your business, including your blog:
Back in 2007, when David Meerman Scott’s The New Rules of Marketing & PR blasted off to bestsellerdom, online social networking was just beginning to generate mainstream buzz. Facebook was only available to people with a .edu web address, Twitter was barely a twinkle, and YouTube though bubbling up, hadn’t truly blasted off. All three…