How did I determine these favorites?  I didn’t.  You did. 

Just about every week there is one post that jumps off the table.   I wish I could plan this, but the only way I know is to keep blogging every day and listen to what readers like you are saying.

When a post resonates with the small businesses that read this blog, they recirculate it again and again through the social media networks.  This results in a dramatic spike in the number of times it is read.  That’s one way. 

The other is through comments.  This is when regular subscribers let me know that I have made a spot-on connection with them.   Bloggers love feedback that tells us we are getting closer to making a difference.

If you don’t see what you are looking for, let me know.  I’ll do the research, write the post, and share the results with the community of this blog.  Just leave a comment on any post.  Until then, here are some posts that I hope you enjoy!


How To Start a Blog

How Often Should I Blog?

How to Make a Video Blog Post That Communicates

How to Write for Blogs and Social Media: New Media – New Rules!

Speed Blogging – How to Write in Layers

How To Use Google Reader with iGoogle

How To Sell in a Web 2.0 Economy

How to Be Where People are Looking


Small Business Trends for 2010

Why Traditional Media is Dying: And New Media is Soaring

The Art of Blog Tags

How To Build a Business Legacy with Your Blog

Full Disclosure Blogging Revisited – New FTC Guidelines


21 Reasons to Blog

Why Small Businesses Are Confused About Social Media

The Craziest Rules of Social Media

Still Don’t Get Social Media?  Try This

Proof We are Not Overly Connected

Writing My First Book: A Fortnight of Lessons

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