Choosing the right Facebook content can engage potential customers, promote your products and set your business up for success. Read on for five simple tips!
You just figured out how to tweet. You spend your mornings responding to comments on Facebook. Your LinkedIn page is updated with a project you finished yesterday. You’re good, right? Well hang tight to your seat. There’s a (relatively) new kid in town and we think you should sit down, buckle in, and hear about… Read more »
Outside of being ready to turn in for the night by 9pm after I had kids, the single thing in life that has made me feel “old” is my intimidation at the prospect of getting started on Twitter. My retired parents have the “luxury” of being able to write it off as not worth their time, but many… Read more »
Clients are often shocked when, after a lengthy interview, I write up their origin story and include the messy personal details. They want to leave out the disease, the divorce, the dieting. “I don’t want to be a sob story,” one client said to me. “I don’t want people to take pity on me,” another one said. I… Read more »
It’s easy to stay busy updating the flashier social media sites (think: Facebook, Twitter, etc). But as a professional promoting your small business, don’t neglect your LinkedIn profile! Along with showing your work to clients, your LinkedIn profile is also where you can develop strong networking contacts and build referral partners that will lead to more business. That’s worth a… Read more »