There’s not really any adequate words for a major computer crash. A repetitive beeping, followed by a computer that just won’t work is about all the average user gets to know about the situation. It’s a more than scary experience, and it also introduces unenthusiastic computer users to some very difficult concepts, like hard drive recovery.
If you’ve ever had the experience of having ten years work lost as a result of a hard drive crash without an external memory backup, you’ll know what “shock” really means. The problem is that being in a state of shock doesn’t solve anything, and you have to get busy with undoing the damage.
Many Web designers can get hung up with the technical and visual appearance of a blog. Whilst it is important to maintain reader usability and to make the experience as easy as possible for every visitor, the technical side of a blog’s design is not as important as the content and promotion of the blog.
Whilst the argument still rages over which blogging platform is best, WordPress or Movable Type, designers will be better off spending their time on the non-technical aspects of improving the SEO of their blogs.
As you know, normally you can find a definition of a word or phrase by typing into Google and come up with a lot of results. Currently there are millions of blogs and there are thousand of people who call themselves Blog Consultants, which is probably a good thing for most blog consultants because without a definition, there is no standard to hold them to.
Now that is out of the way, lets talk business. For new era, every business should have a blog. There are so many reasons for your business to have a blog it would be hard to write them all in one blog post, so lets assume you know your company needs a blog. That is a reason for hiring blog consultant. Because of there are a lot of reasons that go into making a blog popular, such as Technorati tags, submissions and pings to bloglists and blogsearch websites, learning how to get on the right blogrolls and more.