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Dan Blank has helped more than 300 professionals create and manage their blogs and use them to connect with niche communities online. As Director of Content Strategy & Development at Reed Business Information, he has worked with bloggers from more than 40 magazine brands, including Publishers Weekly, Library Journal and School Library Journal.

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