3 Reasons Blogging is Good for You

Post written by Emmelie De La Cruz, originally published on Classy Career Girl

I get numerous requests each week from young women and college students asking about the benefits of developing a personal website. The short answer is: if you want to stand out from your peers, fellow employees and other job applicants, get yourself a blog or personal website. Being motivated to create and maintain a personal website in addition to your job and managing your career, speaks to your time management skills and work ethic. Below are just a few concrete career-boosting reasons to get a blog or personal website.

1. Archive Your Accomplishments

2. Establish Your Expertise

3. Improve Your Writing Skills

Read the entire post here: Classy Career Girl

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