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How to Create and Maintain your Company Blog

You may hear a lot of different voices telling you that blogging is good for your business…but WHY? To put it in simple terms, blogging is a great way to organically attract users to your website. When you organically attract users, this means that users naturally stumble upon your website, rather than learning about your business through paid advertising. The easiest way to organically attract users is by creating content with words and phrases that match commonly searched terms — keywords — that relate to your industry.

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