Why You Need To Integrate Your Blog With Your Website

Why You Need To Integrate Your Blog With Your Website | eklectica.in

Very often you find websites which have their blog on a separate domain and having a look and feel which is very different to their main site.
Its easy to set up a blog using WordPress, Blogspot and so many other blogging platforms. But it is not easy integrating it with your website (providing a link from your website to the blog (and vice versa) is not really integration)
If you’re serious about blogging then it’s important that your blog is a part of your company website, and here’s why:

Source: 4 Reasons Why Your Blog Must Be Part Of Your Website | Social Media Today


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