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The whole “side hustle” world is completely and utterly fascinating to me, so even though this is only blog #2 I can already tell I’m going to love writing in this series. As I mentioned last week, more than 44 million Americans have a side hustle and those aged 18-26 are the people most likely … Continue reading Side Hustle Series Part 2: Why Everyone Should Have One
Whether it actually gets a place on your 2018 goals or resolutions list or if it just a constant thought in the back of your mind, most people want to be more productive in a new year. Going along with that, I truly feel each year ends up getting busier and busier. Being that I … Continue reading 8 Ways to Increase Productivity in 2018
What is a Side Hustle? Happy Friday, and welcome to the first edition of my “Side Hustle” series. I intend to dedicate my Friday posts to explaining the increase in popularity of the side hustle and exploring all that goes along with it. Right now my ideas are to share my experience, hopefully interview … Continue reading Side Hustle Series Part 1: Facts & Figures
According to outboundengine.com, more than 40 million small businesses are using Pages on Facebook. Did you know that over one billion people visit these pages each month? Numbers don’t lie; social media is an essential tool to marketing your business in today’s world. If you have been putting social media on the back burner for … Continue reading Social Media Resolutions for Small Businesses 2018
2018 Goals and Resolutions As a New Year embarks upon us, these next few months are hopefully going to bring positive changes, but also some challenges too. I am not just talking about the challenge of having to correct your 7 to an 8 whenever you write the date from now until March, although that … Continue reading 2018 Goals and Resolutions
5 Tips for Working From Home There is a reason many people are now beginning to work from home instead of traditional offices. Budget cuts, geographical location, and space are just to name a few. There is also a reason why offices were created in the first place and why they are still widely … Continue reading 5 Tips for Working from Home
…said no one ever. To say navigating the rough waters of our current political state is a challenging task would be an understatement. As we see an increasing role of social media and online content playing a part in modern-day politics, it is only normal to wonder where you or your brand falls into … Continue reading Let’s Talk Politics…
If you haven’t heard by now, Twitter just announced that they are doubling their character limit. Upping from 140 characters to 280, users will now have more space to say everything they need to say. While we have all felt the #struggle of squeezing everything into just 140, many are wondering is 280 too much? … Continue reading Is 280 Too Much?
Any businessperson whose job is dependent upon clients knows how important it is to maintain good relationships with them. Any good businessperson also knows that is much easier said than done, although we’re here to talk about quick easy ways to maintain (and even forge) awesome client relationships. Showing your clients “some love” may be … Continue reading 3 Easy Ways to Show Clients You Care