How to use inbound marketing and SEO to attract the right clients

The POC Conference was held in Vancouver a few weeks ago. As I read about the various speakers and other activities, I noticed that Emilio Jose Garcia of KW Professional Organizers was going to be speaking about SEO and Inbound…

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Call for Submissions to Professional Organizers Blog Carnival: Making Lists

It’s time to get ready for the next Professional Organizers Blog Carnival!  This popular monthly event is a collection of blog posts submitted by readers of Your Organizing Business. This time, we’re looking for posts about Making Lists. If you’ve ever blogged about list…

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How to use Reddit to promote your business

Developed a little more than a decade ago, Reddit is today the vastest network for user-generated content. As of June 2016, Reddit boasted 234 million unique users in almost 12,000 active communities. If you’re on the lookout for a new…

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Create a gravatar and show us your smiling face

I love it when a reader leaves me a comment, especially when their headshot comes up next to it. It’s almost as good as a face-to-face conversation! Instead of a photo, some comments come up with this picture: Since I’d just…

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Why Email Marketing is Still Relevant… and Effective

In 1998, Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks celebrated the current technology of the time by emailing each other back and forth. From there, comedy and romance ensued in the ever-popular movie “You’ve Got Mail”. Now if this scenario happened today,…

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Organizing for Teenagers – Professional Organizers Blog Carnival

As discussed in my recent series about Personality Type and Organizing, it’s essential to customize your organizing solutions to your client’s unique organizing style. This is no less true when working with teenagers, who often seem to live in a world…

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7 Ways to Maximize the Value of Old Content on Your Blog

Content isn’t a minor investment for a small business, and the better the content is, the more expensive it’s likely to be. But unlike other forms of promotion — think PPC advertising — an investment in content produces an owned…

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What I’ve Learned in my First 10 Years of Blogging

Thank you for joining me today as I celebrate my 10 year blogiversary! Before attending the 2006 POC Conference, I had no interest in blogging. Then I heard one of the speakers say that blogging was fun, easy, and good…

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Product Review: Action Day Planner

As I mentioned last week, I recently decided to go back to a paper planner for time and task management. My needs were essentially the same as they were in 2009, when I reached out to my readers for their…

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How Solopreneurs Can Use Omni-Channel Marketing to Increase Brand Awareness

Are you a solopreneur? The term solopreneur has different meanings since it was coined some time ago, but the general definition of the word is a person who runs their business on their own, with no formal employees. This includes…

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My Time Management Journey

My recent series about Personality Type has sparked some interesting conversations! Several readers have asked about my own time management system. It’s kind of a long story, but here it is. As a point of reference, my personality type is ISTJ….

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Learn more about Organizing for Personality Types

Over the past two-and-a-half months, I’ve shared with you pretty well everything I know about personality type and how it influences an individual’s relationship with time and space. For your convenience, here’s a recap of the entire series: Learn About…

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