In Week 2 of the Social Media Success Summit, we moved from general strategies, tactics and tools to Deep Dives into Google+, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter, with another spectacular roster of presenters and topics.
Are you always on the go? Between client sessions, networking events, and trade shows, not to mention personal errands, you probably find yourself relying more and more on your smartphone or tablet to stay connected when you’re away from your computer. Fortunately, there are lots of apps to help you stay productive anytime and anywhere, like these three recommended by Christian Abbas.
I’m currently participating in the Social Media Success Summit, a four-week online conference featuring many of the world’s top social media experts and authors. My head’s already spinning with all the great information, so as I piece it all together, I thought I’d share some of my key takeaways with you.
As a business owner, you are hopefully involved with one or more local networking groups, because they’re a great way to build relationships with people with whom you can share ideas, information, and referrals. If keeping track of the people you meet is a challenge, you’ll want to read the excellent contact management tips in this month’s edition of the Professional Organizers Blog Carnival, sponsored by EasilyDo.
When I launched this blog in 2009, my goal was to make it a “go to” resource for information to help you succeed in your organizing business. Since then, I’ve also had the privilege of being featured in a number of business books and e-books.
In my post, Are you in it for the long haul?, I offered five strategies to position your business for long-term success. For more on this subject, I’m pleased to welcome Savannah Hemmings, who shares four important aspects of planning your startup business.
Are you thinking of adding content curation to your blogging strategy? Wondering how to fit it into your schedule? A good content curation system will help you gather interesting content and share it in a way that’s compelling to your target audience, without cutting into your billable hours or precious personal time. Here’s how!
Most of my clients use PayPal or email transfer to pay their invoices, but some prefer to pay by check. Sometimes I receive one from a client’s personal account, or even a joint account with their spouse. Today Kimberley Laws will explain why this isn’t a good practice and how to keep your business and personal finances separate.
You don’t see a problem with the status quo? Perhaps, this will change your mind.