The Power of the Blog

Published: 11th Feb 2008 in Ethical Business

WWW written in the sandDon’t underestimate the power of the blogger.

In my experience the green blogging community is friendly, supportive and looking for green news and views to share.

Successful blogs have thousands of visitors a month and an active community around them who may well be interested to learn about you.

I wouldn’t recommend that you contact all of the green bloggers you can find and ask them promote your business – that may not be received very well at all. You should expect to do a bit of work for your publicity.

You may however wish to offer to write them an interesting article on an ethical or eco topic or provide them with a product to review. Each blogger will do things differently so make sure you check things out with them first.

At Green Girls Global and Green Guys Global we have opportunities for guest editor articles and product reviews and it works very well!

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