Blog promotion matters. Creating a high quality blog is one thing but getting it in front of your readers is another. Creating a high quality piece and sitting around hoping that people will (somehow) find it is as good as not creating one.

You want to keep travelling. After all, it’s a major part of your business. Without it, you would be out of business. At the same time, you need to figure out how to cut corners without cutting quality. You also don’t want to put your life in danger just to save a buck. Here’s how […]

If you’re wondering whether to outsource simple jobs like document formatting to a VA, consider this: How much is an hour of your time worth (in dollars)? What profit-generating activities could you be doing instead?

Social media is successful and unsuccessful; success does not depend on products, service or size of a respective business. Often, what separate the good from god-awful engagements are particular mistakes, or worse ‘sins.’ Take note of the following social media transgressions.

With the world still recovering from the most recent recession, some employees find it prudent to keep their heads low and try not to stir up trouble. Times are tough, and jobs are few and far between. That being said, as an employee, you do have rights in the workplace.

By now, if you use any online social media platform, particularly Twitter, you’ve undoubtedly seen this symbol: #. So what does this little symbol actually do?
Twitter defines the # symbol, called a hashtag, as a symbol used to mark keywords or topics in a Tweet. It was created organically by Twitter users many years ago as a way to categorise messages. It is a much easier way to find tweets you’d be interested in as Twitter’s popularity increases and more and more tweets are being shared.

2014, it’s the year of the innovator. With websites, phone apps, and gadgets being sold for millions of dollars, it has everyone trying to start their own business—because let’s face it, who wants to work for someone else? The world is at your fingertips…it’s yours for the taking.

Business risk management can be described as a process of identifying, assessing and prioritizing risks. This is normally followed by economical and coordinated application of resources in a bid to minimize and finally control the impact and/or probability of unfortunate events. 5 tips that small business can use to this effect include…

IT projects are important to every business. They come in many forms and sizes including: adopting a new operating system, streamlining business processes, or creating a new website. The rate of failure is surprisingly high when it comes to deployment. In fact, the Project Management Institute (PMI) estimates that less than two-thirds of projects meet their goal and 17% of all projects completely fail. Failing projects or not meeting your business needs isn’t something small businesses can afford to do because it jeopardises money, risks quality and undermines your brand’s image. To improve the success rate of your projects, considering employing the following strategies:

I remember the good ol’ days when social media was new, exciting and highly addictive. Businesses, regardless of their size, were jumping on board and social media boomed. I want to ignite your excitement again by revealing my 5 proven methods to easily manage your daily tweets.

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