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Facebook Group Networking: How To Use Asana To Manage Your Daily Online Networking

As a business owner, you are probably a member of several (hundred?) Facebook groups. Facebook groups can be an awesome way to network – meet your peers, talk to your target market, get help, offer advice, create relationships. The problem with Facebook group networking is that it can really burn through your time. So I’m Read more about Facebook Group Networking: How To Use Asana To Manage Your Daily Online Networking[…]

How to link to a specific Facebook post

How To Link To A Specific Facebook Post

You’re a savvy business owner. You know how to do lots of different things, from basic bookkeeping to blogging to sales and marketing. Chances are, you’re your own social media manager – or if your VA does that for you, you still do bits and pieces here and there. And one tiny thing has been Read more about How To Link To A Specific Facebook Post[…]

Batching your blog content: A cheat's guide

Batching Your Blog Content: A Cheat’s Guide

Writing content is one of the most time-consuming tasks when you are a small business owner or solopreneur. We know how important content is for our online business – how else will our audience come to know, like and trust us? How else do we show who we are, what we do and who we Read more about Batching Your Blog Content: A Cheat’s Guide[…]

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Overcome the Fear of Writing Your Own Web Content with these 4 Simple Strategies

When you’re a solopreneur or a small business owner, you’d best invest in a hatstand because you’re going to be wearing many hats. One of those hats (in my view, the most important) is that of Chief Content Creator. And wearing the battered, ill-fitting hat of Chief Content Creator often brings with it a paralysing Read more about Overcome the Fear of Writing Your Own Web Content with these 4 Simple Strategies[…]

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