Hewlett Packard's Small Business Toolbox Features Award-Winning Small Business Marketing Blog, Duct Tape Marketing

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Recently, HP invited John Jantsch, author of the small business book Duct Tape Marketing and award-winning small business marketing blog, to appear on their blog as a guest expert blogger.

Hewlett Packard is an extremely successful technology company that serves more than one billion customers in more than 170 countries on six continents. It is no surprise that they are one of the leading sources of information for small business owners around the world.

A major vehicle for getting small business advice to their many customers around the world is through their blogs, the Small Business Toolbox. HP isn't alone in using this technology - the use of blogs is becoming industry standard with small and large businesses around the world.

Dave Sifry, the CEO of Technorati, recently wrote, "The blogosphere is over 60 times bigger than it was only 3 years ago. New blog creation continues to grow. Technorati currently tracks over 75,000 new weblogs created every day, which means that on average, a new weblog is created every second of every day - and 19.4 million bloggers (55%) are still posting 3 months after their blogs are created."

Due to this overwhelmingly popular web technology, Hewlett Packard recently invited John Jantsch, author of the small business book Duct Tape Marketing and award-winning small business marketing blog, to appear on their blog as a guest expert blogger in the marketing category of their Small Business Toolbox.

As part of this request, Jantsch will be writing and submitting regular articles on the subject of small business marketing. Jantsch will be providing tips, tricks and guidance to help readers improve their business, their relationships with their customers (and prospects) and ultimately their bottom-line.

Jantsch will be responsible for ensuring that the community-driven blog atmosphere continues to thrive. It is guest experts like Jantsch that help fuel the participation of readers and encourage repeat visitors to the Hewlett Packard website.

Jantsch's articles, that are written for HP and the HP community, can be found at http://h20325.www2.hp.com/blogs/jantsch.

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