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The number of posts is pretty subjective and depends on your audience. Same with length of a post. Once or twice a week might be enough for some. Several times a day might be expected from others. There seems a trend to do fewer full posts with the emergence of Twitter, Facebook and other shorter form social platforms. Though whether this has more to do with the preference of bloggers or the expectations of their audience is unclear. "
Hi ofirafromjobshuk, Thanks for sharing this! Think my favorite point is number four and probably something not too many business people think about, but being a person who regularly shares info and tips with customers and clients adds value automatically to whatever other product or service you provide. People pay for consulting, basically information and advice, and, of course, marketing information is becoming a major business online. So why not add this as value to whatever other product or service you are already provide? "
I definitely think online feedback can be a blessing for business owners instead of a curse. Put aside the fear that review sites are only a time bomb waiting to broadcast negativity about your brand, and instead see it as a way to become aware of the stuff that previously would have been circulating among your customers privately whittling away at your business. Bringing these issues to light earlier instead of later gives you the opportunity to respond."