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LGBT Entrepreneurs Lead with Content – Contribute Articles to OutBüro

Content is King – Leverage OutBüro to get your message out there.

As an OutBüro Member, you have the ability to microblog directly from your community profile.  This is sometimes called Guest Blogging and the benefits to you and/or your company may include:

  1. Gaining blogging experience
  2. Improving your SEO of your primary website as you backlink to it in your articles on OutBüro’ LGBT Entrepreneur and Professional Community
  3. Establishing and increasing your business/industry authority
  4. Developing relationships as you connect and interact with other LGBT business owners and professionals
  5. Allowing the opportunity to share perspective
  6. Improving blog writing skills
  7. Learning online rules and practices through feedback and participating with other LGBT bloggers
  8. Reaching a new or expanded audience
  9. Increasing industry or brand building awareness of self or your company and it’s products or services

If you’re passionate about what you’re doing, business will be much more fun. Connect with other LGBT entrepreneurs, startups, business leaders and professionals here on OutBüro – the LGBT business, entrepreneur, and professional global community.

About the author: Dennis Velco
An LGBTQ rights activist who focuses on the LGBTQ professional and entrepreneur community. Enabling employer brands to thrive and demonstrate their support for their LGBTQ employees and the community.

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