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Heather - unfortunately it's probably a combination of all of the above (but hopefully more lack of knowledge than laziness)! I spent many years in direct marketing roles and it can be a tricky practice ensuring good, quality data. But the mailing and processing costs alone should be a motivator to get it right. I also think there are a lot of "tricks of the trade" like pre-sorting and standardization software that most small businesses just are not aware exists. (posted on my site too - thanks for the comment!)"
I think if you are serious about turning your blog into a business then go the WordPress route... if its just a blog then the free Blogger platform is a good option. But I really regretted not starting with WordPress for several of my blogs (now in the process of moving what is left on blogger) now that I understand how flexible WordPress is for a business oriented site that is more than a blog. Just 2 cents! ;) "
very informative, thanks! Although becoming less of a FB fan these days as well. Seems most users have a hard time keeping up with changes they make that are supposed to improve the user experience. Instead they shift the experience so much that it turns people off."
I agree Heather - businesses should really focus on sharing what they want public, but sometimes deeper discussions can lend to sharing more details about your business. Its good to give some insights beyond the press release, but there is definitely a line you need to draw (for yourself and employees). Observing somewhat compromising posts was the inspiration behind this article..."
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