Tweet If you run your own business, having a good online reputation is important. You don’t want a client to pass you over because of a photo you posted online or a status update that was made public. Here a few
Tweet TO CURRENT & ASPIRING WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS: I invite you to join my new private community for women entrepreneurs, the Become Your Own CEO group on Facebook. This is a safe space for women entrepreneurs where we can vent, hold
Tweet I love the New Year! The turning of the calendar brings a new year and new possibilities. We set our business goals and hit the ground running. That excitement lasts through January and February (you know, the do over
Tweet Since becoming a contributor on The Huffington Post, a few people have asked me how I did it. I want to share the steps I took in hopes that you can follow behind me and become published there, too.
When you think of what can help you grow your business, what are the first things that come to mind? You probably don’t think of this one thing, but it can mean failure or success for your company.
If anything is clear, is that businesses depend on maintaining customer satisfaction. To maintain your customers and even create a larger base of them, businesses must provide additional payment options.
Small businesses are struggling and slowly accumulating larger debts as they seek to wear out the economic downturn. Read the causes and how your business can recover.
I have a professional blogger friend who is quite tech proficient. To stay on top of her game she regularly attends blogging and social media classes. Our conversations after these workshops are typically a lot of fun. She excitedly tells me what she learned, and we talk about how we can apply it to our own businesses. Well…last week was different. She was pissed. It turns out that the workshop was good, but the presenter turned her off. Their email conversation started innocent enough, but then it went sour.
If you’re looking for a hands-on guide to leveraging the Internet and social media to grow your small business, then look no further than Marketing Shortcuts for the Self-Employed by Patrick Schwerdtfeger. He offers practical advice to grow your business immediately.