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Introducing a New Guest Blogger: Greg Balanko-Dickson – The Remote Control CEO recently introduced multiple users options on our blogs, so I’ve invited a very special guest to help me explain about blogging and the business of blogging. Greg Balanko-Dickson – Remote Control CEO is an expert on the business of blogging and websites. He is also a professional business coach and entrepreneur. He describes himself this way:

Greg is a third generation entrepreneur and consultant with clients throughout the US in California, Texas and Ohio plus South Africa and the UK. He has owned photography, advertising and design and entrepreneurial training businesses, and in addition, a health education business in Western Canada and a web development business in Houston, TX.

After selling the Houston, TX. business in 2003, Greg returned to his passion – business planning. Recently, he wrote Tips and Traps When Buying a Business that provides the first timers and experienced business owners with the knowledge they need to buy a business.

Greg is a Licensed Professional Business Coach that brings a unique perspective having worked with 100’s of business owners in more than 30 different industries including pharmaceutical, biotechnology, oil field, manufacturing, retail and wholesale to name just a few.

Greg is an author, public speaker, and blogger, so he knows of what he speaks. His first post here is called “Writing a Blog and Engaging Readers”.

So be nice and welcome him to this humble blog and sit back and be entertained, stimulated, and most of all, educated. Enjoy! And thanks, Greg, for helping raise the bar here.

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  1. Posted January 18, 2006 at 8:54 am | Permalink

    Welcome Greg 🙂

  2. Posted March 27, 2008 at 5:42 am | Permalink

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