said 1 year, 5 months ago:
AB, in case it isn’t clear from what every else has already said, and with which I agree…
Blogs were originally started as online diaries related to a particular subject, while traditional websites tend to go into much more depth about who you are and what you do or offer than an online point of presence set up for diary-style blogging.
HOWEVER, some of the software used to creates blogs — most notably Wordpress — can also be used to create something that looks EXACTLY like a traditional website, something a bit more formal. Yet the back-end admin controls, as you probably know by now, don’t require a knowledge of web design code (e.g., HTML), although a basic understanding of code is, in my opinion, a must for any online marketer. So, Wordpress gives you the flexibility to have a traditional website, a blog, or a blend of both. If I was starting my primary biz website all over again from scratch today, I’d base it on a Wordpress platform.
And the time to start is NOW, because it takes a while to achieve your search engine optimization goals, to have your site found by the search terms that are important to you.