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September 30, 2005

Free Blogging Teleclass

Next Tuesday, October 4th, 11 am Pacific (Noon M, 1pm C, 2pm E) I will be interviewed on a free teleseminar hosted by Steven Van Yoder, author of Get Slightly Famous, on the - The Basics of Business Blogging (and why every business should have a blog)

Here are some of the things we will discuss on the call:
- An easy-to-grasp explanation of blogs and blogging
- The benefits of blogs over e-mail newsletters
- How to cost-effectively start and maintain your own blog
- How to brand your blog with great writing, audio, and video
- How to use your blog as a new income generator

Blogging has become an integral part of my marketing and is responsible for generating significant revenue, leads, PR, awards and even a book deal! Maybe it's time to learn how to harness this powerful tool.

Click Here To Register

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Rural Enterprise Network (REN) is making markets work for Sri Lanka’s rural poor. It’s doing so by bridging the gap between small-scale rural processors and important urban and export markets.

Critical issues plague Sri Lanka’s rural micro entrepreneurs: limited access to marketing and technical expertise and capital, and difficulty breaking into established urban markets.

Since 2003, REN has been filling the gap, providing essential marketing, quality, ICT, financial and business development training and services to village-level members. From handloom weaving producers in a tsunami-devastated region to medicinal herb processors to treacle and juggery processors, REN is uniting scattered rural enterprises from across the country in order to improve their commercial viability and sustainability. Members sell their goods under a common “REN” brand, adding value to rural products, demanding higher prices, and giving them a marketplace boost. Read more about REN’s products.

Posted by: Muditha | Nov 16, 2005 5:02:37 AM

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