How to Develop a Blog Business Plan

How to Develop a Blog Business Plan Avatar Posted by BizRock under Strategy
From http://www.dailyblogtips.com 505 days ago
Made Hot by: smallbizwoman on December 6, 2012 10:22 am
The longer I do this blogging gig, the more I realize that having a blog business plan in place is important for turning your blog into a business.
Okay, if you have a blog going and never developed a blog business plan, don’t fret, you can always develop a plan now for going forward.

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Written by MarkT
463 days ago

Great post. Defining your market is arguably the most important step but sadly most people skip right over this.



Written by tcamba
502 days ago

Business plan is an important tool for all kinds of business . It is important to review your business plan and goals always to make sure you stay still on track, to check your progress or if there are things you need to change. Your tips are practical and easy to execute. Thanks for sharing!



Written by smpayton
505 days ago

I think it's so important to have a business plan. I can't tell you how many companies have hired my firm to blog with no goals in place. Then when the never-identified goals aren't hit, they're disappointed!



Written by tiroberts
505 days ago

This is a great post and provides some great tips. It's important to treat your blogging business just like you would any other conventional business. Having a full proof plan mapped out of how you're going to market and monetize your blog will help ensure that you reach your business and income goals. Thanks for sharing on BizSugar.com

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