Peter VanRysdam / Digital Marketing / November 20th, 2009

Archived Webinar – Blogging for Business: Improving Relationships & Search Engine Rankings

Thanks to all who attended out Webinar on the importance of blogging for business.  A blog can not only help you build a community and establish you as a thought leader in your industry, but it can also lead to some great search engine rankings.  That is, if it’s executed properly.  So please take a look at the video below.

Even though this is the archive, we still welcome your questions.  In the spirit of the topic, we’d love to have your questions in the comments section of this post.  You can also post questions to twitter using the hashtag #352Webinar so others can easily find the conversation.  My twitter account is @PVR352.

Thanks, and I hope you enjoy the video!

 

 

  • Angie

    I’m trying to watch the video and when it hits around 9:06 it gets hung up and won’t progress. I’m very interested in your analysis of the free vs. paid real life example but can’t get past the 9:06 mark. Thanks for your help.

  • https://www.352inc.com/ PeterV – CMO

    That’s odd. I just tried and it ran smooth for me. That makes me think it’s a browser or internet connection issue. Are you able to drag the cursor in the timeline at the bottom of the player? If so, you should be able to move past that point. Another option would be to watch it directly on blip.tv rather than on the embedded version. A link to that can be found here: http://www.blip.tv/file/2873298/ If you continue to run in to issues, I’ll see if we can get you the content some other way.

  • https://www.352inc.com/ PeterV – CMO

    One other option…blip.tv allows you to view the original file as a .wmv rather than the .flv version it converts it to. That is located here: http://blip.tv/file/get/Gatorpv18-BloggingForBusinessImprovingRelationshipsAndYourSearchEn416.wmv

  • radhika1

    That’s odd. I just tried and it ran smooth for me. That makes me think it’s a browser or internet connection issue. Are you able to drag the cursor in the timeline at the bottom of the player? If so, you should be able to move past that point. Another option would be to watch it directly on blip.tv rather than on the embedded version.

  • radhika1

    That’s odd. I just tried and it ran smooth for me. That makes me think it’s a browser or internet connection issue. Are you able to drag the cursor in the timeline at the bottom of the player? If so, you should be able to move past that point. Another option would be to watch it directly on blip.tv rather than on the embedded version.