1. Copyblogger

You know as a business owner it’s important to have a blog. If not, check out this article on reasons to have a blog. Even if you employ an in-house or freelance copywriter to draft your blog posts, knowing how to create great copy is important. It helps you generate new blog topics, improve blog quality, and tailor messages to your customers.

Copyblogger started in 2006, and their mission is to teach people how to create great online content. What started as a one person blog has turned into a digital commerce company, Rainmaker Digital. Sign up for a free account, and each week you will receive SEO, social media, blogging, and email marketing tips.

2. Bplans

This blog is geared toward starting up new businesses, but it’s articles are great for any business that needs or wants to grow quickly. The founder, Tim Berry, blogs about business plans and how to expand business growth. Besides the blog feature, Bplans provides several free templates for business needs from pitching to fundraising for new projects. Sign up for a weekly email newsletter for these topics and more.

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