About Matt About Business

Do You Know What Your Business SHOULD be Doing Online?

Answering that question will save your business time, money and lots of frustration!

Learn how to figure out what your business SHOULD be doing online!

When it comes to using the web for business, perhaps no question is as discussed (and argued) as:

“What should my business be doing online?”

The truth is that there’s no cookie-cutter answer to this question which is why I blog about how small businesses can use the web to get business done.

My goal is to help you discover:

  • What your business CAN do online and
  • What your business NEEDS to do in order to reach its goals so that
  • You can figure out what your business SHOULD be doing online!

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About Matt

Matt Mansfield

Matt Mansfield is the President of Matt About Business where he helps entrepreneurs and Fortune 500 companies design and implement web content and e-mail marketing strategies.

A published author, Matt’s contributions have been featured on sites such as the American Express OPEN Forum, the SCORE Small Business Blog and Pitney Bowes’ pbSmart™ Essentials blog as well as many others.

Matt also creates powerful content to be used in his client's online and e-mail marketing campaigns. He writes about small business topics over at the Matt About Business blog and about content marketing on the 1000+ Online Content Ideas for Your Business blog.

His forthcoming book, “1000+ Online Content Ideas for Your Business” teaches content marketing concepts and ideas that will drive targeted traffic to your website month after month.

Matt is the creator of the annual "Web Content Creation Tools – Top Picks" award which recognizes the best content creation tools based on features, functionality and ease-of-use.

Matt lives in the suburbs North of Chicago with his wife, four kids, four three two one fish and many, many books.

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