SME/SMB blogs and podcasts

A little while ago, one-time PR man and general good egg, Alex Bellinger, approached me with a view to starting a blog which specifically served small to medium businesses. We both agreed that the SME/SMB segment is ill served, yet it has millions of participants. We talked at great length before he decided to take the plunge with a ‘Small Business Blog‘ adjunct to his popular SmallBizPod podcasting site.

According to the official blurb, the blog sets out to offer "practical advice, news and insight for start-ups, small business owners and entrepreneurs".

We thought it best to get a few blogs under our belts before letting people know about it. Well, we’re on the verge of our fifth week and we all seem to be settling down together. So here goes: I write about technology stuff; Guy Clapperton writes about franchising; Sara Scott writes about marketing; and Alex Bellinger seems to write about whatever catches his eye. (We all have to be on our toes to make sure he hasn’t nicked one of our ideas.)

If you like what you see please tell others. If  you don’t, then please tell us.

Thanks. We look forward to seeing you over there.

2 thoughts on “SME/SMB blogs and podcasts

  1. David, thanks for the heads up; very interesting blog. Being part of the SME/SMB segment myself I have found that there’s indeed a lack of resources targeted to us. Just about the only “school” of marketing/management I have found to be relevant to our segment is the Guerrilla Marketing concept.
    Cheers, alx

  2. Hi Alexander. Thanks for dropping by. If you ever have any thoughts about what you’d like to see covered, we’d all welcome your views.
    Alex at smallbizpod dot co dot uk is the boss. Or, if it’s software/technology related, you can write to me.

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