Duct Tape Marketing Blog Channel Explodes with Small Business Advice

Award winning blogger John Jantsch has added 22 small business blogs to the Duct Tape Marketing Channel making it the blog home for small business information on the web.

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Shawnee Mission, KS (PRWEB) June 26, 2006

A powerful new group of blogs and bloggers join the Duct Tape Marketing Blog. Total number of blogs swell to over 20 covering various small business topics.

While blog networks have grown in popularity recently, the Duct Tape Channel approach is unique as it one of the only networks that combines the wisdom of a group of authors on a the subject of small business marketing.

As many of the blogs are authored by well-known small business figures, the collective brainpower harnessed in this blog network makes it the place to go for small business information.

Listed below are the authors and titles of the Duct Tape Marketing Bloggers:

Andy Wibbels – Business Blogging Confidential

Bill Balderaz – The Buzz Saw

Brian Kolstad – In Your Own Backyard

Harry Joiner – People Management

Ken Yarmosh – Internet Innovations

Mike Santoro – Nailing Customers (with CRM)

Natalie Ferguson & Tim Norton – Help People Choose You

Robb Hecht – Media 2.0

Rob Reed – Your Trusted Selling Brand

Scott K Wilder – The Small Biz Wiz

Steven Van Yoder – Personal Fame Blog

Todd Sattersten, Kate Mytty & Jack Covert (800-CEO-Read) – Small Biz Reads

Troy White – Word Wealth

Dr Mike Thomson – Ethics in Business

Zane Safrit – Business Life

Dan Janal – Dan Janal’s PR Leads

Rob Kirby – Design Matters

Don the Idea Guy – The Idea Department

Dr Ivan Misner & Patrick Carney – Referrals for Life

Jill Konrath – Selling to Big Companies

Georgia Patrick – Customers Count

The trend of “blogging” has gained momentum as they have evolved into the latest fresh web content. Great content feeds the search engines and gives visitors a reason to come back.

Many small businesses are adding blogs to their website, and others are setting up blogs in place of a website. Updated regularly, blogs are usually focused around a singular subject, an underlying theme or unifying concept.

In addition to being nominated for the third straight year as the “best small business marketing blog” by the readers of Marketing Sherpa, the Duct Tape Marketing Blog has won the Forbes “best of the web” award.

Go to http://www.ducttapemarketing.com/weblog.php and check it out. You can subscribe to individual blogs or to the whole channel via an RSS feed.

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