How small-business blogging is like going to the gym: It’s good for you, but you have to make it a habit.

In this18-minute podcast, I interview master resume writer Martin Buckland and creative guy Rob Clark. Why did they start blogging? What benefits do they gain from continuing? Here are the shownotes:
[00:01] Intro and welcome
[01:15] Today’s topic: small-business blogging
[01:40] About Rob Clark and Martin Buckland
[02:28] The interview
[13:30] Where to send comments
[14:00] Comments on previous shows

Links mentioned:
Official blog of the IABC International Conference
IABC International Conference site
For Immediate Release podcast (Neville Hobson and Shel Holtz)
Rob Clark’s blog
Martin Buckland’s blog
Martin Buckland’s An Elite Resume site
Martin Buckland’s An American Resume site
Sam Harrison
Interview with Sam Harrison
Sallie Goetsch
Brain Exchange
David Jones’s PR Works blog
Mitch Joel of Twist Image
Interview with Mitch Joel


  1. Anna, thanks for your comment. I am glad you like the show.

    I am in Canada. I am not aware of networks for podcasting and blogging in the UK. Perhaps you can try getting in touch with your local IABC chapter. Also, I know that Neville Hobson at has written about communications-related groups in the UK. Perhaps you can search his site.

  2. I am a small business blogger from the UK -I am always envious of the amount of support network in the US…do you have any contact networks for pod casting and blogging in the UK that you would recommend? Why did I start blogging? Well working by yourself can be quite insular I find that blogging allows you to have an on line brainstorm and ideas sessions. It helps you feel that you are not alone and that you have people out there who can help you. When you are building your own company you need all the help you can get! Great show and thanks for the inspiration.


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