This article is for anyone who owns a genealogy business. Perhaps you own a sole proprietorship and you republish a handful of out-of-print books. Maybe you are a self-employed professional genealogy researcher. Perhaps you own a genealogy software firm and have a half-dozen employees. Then again, maybe you are the CEO of a certain genealogy company in Provo that has more than 500 employees. In any case, if you are concerned about business growth, this article is for you.
Your business needs a blog. You might not know what a blog is exactly and I hope to describe that in this article. Perhaps you already have a web site and feel that is sufficient. I doubt that a web site will suffice and I am going to tell you why.
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