Your executives or clients may not understand the value of blogging, but Arsene Hodali—a survivor of the Rwanda genocide—sure does. He blogs at dancePROOF
, Hodali shared seven “good things that blogging brings”; it’s basically an explanation of how writing a blog has improved him as a person and a professional.
Here are three from Hodali’s list:
• You become less pushy and more helpful. Good bloggers learn how to improve the user experience of their sites; [it’s] why they increase their site’s searchability and navigation. Because the friend doesn’t necessarily want to teach, but help with information. (There’s a subtle difference.)
• You become a better speaker. Blogging has helped people understand the importance of good communication. It’s shown the ignorant that yes, content is key, but content without voice might as well be nonexistent.
• You find yourself. Blogging makes you be specific, and it compels you to take sides. In doing so, it makes you learn about yourself.
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