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Everyone should have a blog
Contributed by: S A J Shirazi, at 3/04/2005 10:18:00 AM.

Pakistan is a less connected country but a fast growing market. Online culture (doing business, shopping and others things online) is only picking up. Or is it? People still ask ‘What Blog’ whereas elsewhere the phenomenon is evolving rapidly.
As far as the marketing through blogs is concerned, we are still at square one, some notable exceptions notwithstanding. One wishes that Pakistan should capitalize on blog boom though the country did not benefit from the dot com rise (and then fall). Hand full of Pakistani bloggers, mostly blogging for fun and personal venting, should be able to make the difference.
Here is a nice article at A Whole New Feature that gives some insight into serious blogging. Primarily, the article has been written for bloggers but businesses can also see the potential out there.In the meantime, every one in Pakistan should have a blog or two.
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