About The Author



 About the Author

Welcome to NashvilleBlogService.us. You just took the first step to letting your present and future clients know about, well, anything you think would interest them. Do you have an exciting new product you’d like to get the word out about? Why not let me write a jazzy little blog about it that’s fun to read…unlike a boring press release…blah, blah, blah, technical terms, blah, blah, blah.

Maybe you are wondering, “Who is this chick who wants to write for my company?” Well, I’ll tell you. I was born in California, grew up in Illinois, and now call Tennessee my home. I graduated from Northern Illinois University with a BA in English and French. Writing has always been a love of mine. Actually, I’m pretty sure I’m the best granddaughter ever because I write my grandparents all the time…as in a letters, delivered by a mailman, on paper, NOT a text or e-mail.

Although I have never tried to get any published, my first interest in writing has always been children’s stories. I think it’s my weird imagination. My two boys can attest to the fact that Mommy read them some cool books written by … wait for it…Mommy! Yeah, I’m pretty famous at home.

Anyway, my husband, who is quite the computer Guru (AKA Geek, not really), said why not make money doing what you love. Cool. So he built me a website and here I am, at your service, ready to draw attention to you. Can you handle that?

Susan Jones


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Foundation of All Social Media Activities

A blog allows you to create a place where all of your work is stored. A blog also allows you to build a stronger picture of who you are. It is true that most people will meet you through other places; Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn for example, but if they like what they read on these platforms, they will most likely follow you back to your blog and find out more about who you are.

Build Your Brand as an Expert

Bloggers don’t focus on themselves. They turn their focus towards publishing educated articles that put their true talents and knowledge on display. Being an expert does not translate into talking about yourself. If this occurs, your efforts will most likely backfire on you. It is well known, that in blogging as in real life, the more you talk about yourself the less people want to follow you.

Build Trust

People are becoming more skeptical each day. They are especially skeptical about marketing messages found on the Internet. A blog with consistent, truthful and helpful content will allow you to build strong trust among your followers. Be patient and persevere because the time you put into your blog will outlast the ones who don’t.