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Entrepreneur's Guide Names Just For Small Business To Top 10 Blogs

Just for Small Business is "Full of thought-provoking tips for small business owners. The topics are often unexpected - not your usual small business fare," said Scott Allen, Entrepreneur's Guide at

(PRWEB) October 27, 2005 -- Blogs aren't just for news anymore. They've become a critical communication tool for small business owners. That's the approach Small Business Expert Denise O'Berry took when she launched her small business tips blog "Just for Small Business" -- -- a year ago. This week, "Just for Small Business" was named as one of the Top 10 Most Practical Blogs for Entrepreneurs.

Just for Small Business is "Full of thought-provoking tips for small business owners. The topics are often unexpected - not your usual small business fare," said Scott Allen, Entrepreneur's Guide at agrees that the blog is an invaluable resource for small business owners:

"The 'Just for Small Business' blog contains great information for those in small business. Anyone running a business of any size could benefit from the wisdom and examples in this blog. It takes just a few minutes to read a month of entries. The information could potentially make a major different in the success, or failure of one's business. Each entry has some tidbit of useful information to share to help business owners in various areas such as staffing, planning, proposals, marketing, taxes, etc. The writing is straightforward and accessible for all readers; even those outside of business may find some benefit to reading this blog. The solid content in 'Just for Small Business' makes it an impressive resource for anyone interested in improving their bottom line. Even the casual non-business reader may enjoy some of the examples O'Berry provides. Bottom line: An accessible, easy to read resource that should be mandatory reading for every small business owner. The sheer volume of links to resource material makes it an invaluable tool for anyone who owns or will possibly own a small business. If you follow the advice O'Berry gives, perhaps your small business will not fail. Spread the word to your small business friends to check out this blog. I honestly don't believe you'll find a more comprehensive site out there on this subject."

"I'm honored to have my blog included in the Top 10 Most Practical Blogs for Entrepreneurs," says O'Berry. "My objective is to help other small business owners succeed. I know they have only a short amount of time each day to add one more thing to their list of things to do. Just for Small Business provides meaty tips that can help them improve without taking forever to digest."

For a complete look at the Top 10 Most Practical Blogs for Entrepreneurs list, visit

About Denise O'Berry:
With more than two decades of operational and management experience, Denise O'Berry has developed a sharp eye for how businesses get bloated with inefficiencies, cross-purposes and miscommunication -- and how they can retool for a sleeker, smoother, strategically focused organization. An entrepreneur who quickly built her own successful consulting business, she helps other small business owners set priorities, take action to grow their business and create the balance they want between life and work. Her clients have ranged from telecommunications giants like Verizon to Mom-and-Pop retail shops with a primary focus on those having 10 or fewer employees and up to $2.5 million in annual sales. Denise frequently speaks to professional organizations, is the author of three booklets, and several "how-to" manuals. She writes a weekly small business column, hosts an online small business owner’s forum and is called upon regularly by publications such as Entrepreneur, Bank Rate Small Business, Florida Trend, Inc., various newspapers, radio and television to provide expert comments on small business issues.

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Blogger Greg Hoffman, Marketing Gorilla said...

I wonder who convinced Denise O'Berry to start a business blog....hmm...

8:04 AM  
Blogger Rita's Blog said...

She sounds like a smart lady. My guess is she knew that blogging was a great strategy in which to share her area of expertise.

3:20 PM  

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