Today will be the first installment of Infographic Monday – a day in which we share the most informative and insightful infographics found across the web.

Those of you who are familiar with DigitalSherpa know that we preach both business blogging and social media marketing. Together, they create the perfect creation and distribution vehicles you need to get your content consumed and shared across the web.  The more you’re found online, the more likely you are to convert that traffic into opportunities and leads.  Since 2009, we’ve helped over 3,000 small to medium size businesses get found online through optimized content and social media marketing.  However, IF we were forced to choose whether business blogging is better than Facebook, we have to choose business blogging.  Recent changes to Google algorithms have focused on frequently updated, rich, content-heavy websites.  Without business blogging producing that content the search engines reward, standing out amongst the crowd online can be a difficult task.  Here is a comprehensive infographic from Social Media Today that breaks down the Top 10 reasons why business blogging is better than Facebook.

10 Reasons Why You Should Business Blog instead of Facebook

In the end, the beautiful thing is that you don’t have to choose.  It’s not an either/or proposition; you should have both!  Starting a blog is easy, and we can help.  We have a library of free whitepapers that can help you get started today.  Think blogging for your business or industry won’t work?  Here at DigitalSherpa, we’ve created and managed content marketing for a wide variety of businesses.  From brick pavers to steakhouses, apartment communities to jewelers, we’ve proven that content marketing through business blogging can be effective for all types of businesses!





About Justin Fishaw


As Director of Marketing, I oversee branding & the inbound lead generation program at DigitalSherpa. My days are spent developing and implementing online marketing tactics and campaigns, writing and optimizing all website content, and developing partnerships in an effort to grow the business. In my free time, I enjoy running my clothing line, SMPLFD, and exploring the streets of Atlanta with my pup, Uncle Jesse.


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