Emery Road’s Top Five Posts From 2009

Now that the new year is in full swing and most of us are back in the office, I thought it was time to revisit a few blog posts from 2009.

Last year was a year of creative thinking and exploring new and more effective ways to reach people in order for us to stay in business. Some of us scraped by on our boot heels and others were a bit more successful and ended the year with a bang with new business.

To all of you who made it: Congratulations! I wish everyone a great start to 2010. May your business grow with all of the new and endless opportunities a fresh, new year brings.

Emery Road’s Top Five Blog Posts From 2009:

Ten Tips for Creating a Website Your Visitors Will Want to Read – The ten most important things you need to know about content when creating your website.

The Why and How of Twitter – A popular post, The Why and How of Twitter is a brief introduction to Twitter as an effective marketing tool.

12 Ways to Promote Your Business – Have you taken advantage of these free (or low cost) ways to promote your business?

9 Etiquette Guidelines for Social Networking – Social networking isn’t just about making a sale. Sure, that’s all we want: more sales and more income. But you won’t gain more sales if you don’t first develop relationships. Check this post to make sure you’re making the most of your social networking experience.

How to Maximize Your LinkedIn Experience – There are a number of things you can do on LinkedIn for your business. Are you taking advantage of them?

Enjoy the new year! Warm wishes from all of us at Emery Road Writing Services.

About the Author: Jody Calkins is a freelance business writer who writes about business development, risk management, security protection, and business standards. Visit www.emeryroad.com for more information and samples.

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