2018 Highlights: Guest Bloggers

Guest Bloggers 2018

Clockwise, from top left: Emmanuel Darko, Brett Farmiloe, Lisa Michaels, Kayla Matthews, Leila Dorari, Rae Steinbach, Annette Adamska

Since the first guest post here in 2009, I’ve been grateful to the other writers who have generously shared their expertise with my readers and me. This post is therefore dedicated to the eight authors who supported Your Organizing Business over the past year.

In case you missed them the first time around, here’s a complete list of all the guest posts from 2018.

  1. Annette Adamska – NAPO University’s new Specialist Certificate: Life Transitions
  2. Brett Farmiloe – Are Hoarding and Mental Illness Related?
  3. Emmanuel Darko – How using Blockchain can improve your productivity consultancy business
  4. Leila Dorari – 3 Major Marketing Challenges Small Business Owners Are Facing
  5. Lisa Michaels – 5 Simple Hacks to Organize Operations for New Businesses
  6. Rae Steinbach – What to Know When Starting Your Facebook Marketing Efforts
  7. Ron Devanso – An Organized Digital Marketer – A How to Guide

And last but not least, I’d like to send out a special thank you to Kayla Matthews for contributing five posts to Your Organizing Business this year!

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Are you interested in meeting some great people by submitting an article to Your Organizing Business in 2019? I’m always looking for quality guest posts, especially from professional organizers and productivity consultants. Please check out my Guest Blogging Guidelines and complete the Guest Blogger Application to let me know what you have in mind.

A former professional organizer, I’m now a Web Designer and Care Plan Specialist. I love helping others succeed by sharing the knowledge and insight I’ve gained through marketing my own business for over 15 years! When I’m away from my desk, I enjoy reading, photography, watching movies, and cooking.

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  1. How wonderful to have built this community, Janet. I love “meeting” new people on the blogs I follow. By opening your platform to others, you have enhanced your offering and expanded your readers’ horizons:)

  2. You always bring us such up to date and valuable information whether it’s from one of the posts you author, the collective organizer posts, interviews, or guest posts. Thank you for all that you do to help us, promote us, and to introduce us to ideas and people we might not have known about otherwise. Most grateful for you.

  3. What a beautiful collection of contributors and post topics! I particularly enjoyed Kayla Matthews’ posts. Her posts were very informative. Thank you for gathering these wonderful authors to share their knowledge with us.

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