Posts Tagged communication management


Franklin Basics January Sale

As a companion to my time management series, Franklin Planner is offering 20% Off the Franklin Planner Basics, their beautiful Binders and Bags, through the month of January. Click the link, and use promo code 22530 when you check out: 20% Off FC Basics in January. Use Promo Code: 22530 . Shop Now > Plan […]

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5 Simple Online Reputation Management Tips

Before we get into the meat of today’s post, I’d like to recommend the article, Monitoring Your Online Reputation in 2013 appearing in Web Marketing Today. It is definitely worth a read especially as it is a good setup for this series of posts on Reputation Management. – – – – Managing your reputation and […]

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What is Time Management – Where Does the Time Go?

The First Time Management Skill: Identifying and Dealing with Your Time Wasters Does your day pretty much end with the same comment, “Where has the day gone?” How CAN you do so much work, but, always, at the end of the day, there is so much more left to do. The first, and most important, […]

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Introducing Our Parallel Post Series – Time Management and Reputation Management

For the next series of posts, we’re planning to alternate posts between Time Management and Reputation Management – our last post introduced the Reputation Management Series, this post introduces the Time Management Series. So subscribe to our RSS Feed  over on the right, and subscribe to our newsletter – also on the right, and you’ll […]

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Why Do I Need Online Reputation Management?

Everything you or your business does or says these days may potentially wind up on the internet for ALL to see. Think of George Orwell’s book 1984…  it may be much more real than many of us would like to admit. But, we can control, to some extent, our online reputation and image by, “Online […]

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Review – The Traits and Habits of Successful Bloggers by Kevin Muldoon

Recommended Book Review Kevin Muldoon’s easy to read and highly motivational book, The Traits and Habits of Successful Bloggers, is the wall to wall truth… His basic point is that running a successful blog is no different than running any successful business – in both cases, it requires dedication and hard work… PERIOD! Research, learning, […]

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Training Your Virtual Assistants and Freelancers – Best Practices

You’ve found the budget and you’ve found what looks like the right person. Once you’ve taken the big step and started a working relationship with a Virtual Assistant or Freelancer, the most critical step in this new found relationship is making sure they get the right training so they can actually, “Fill Your Shoes.” Right […]

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Marketing for a Business: First, Think and Plan!

When businesses create marketing materials and presentations as part of their marketing mix, they invest money, and, rightfully, expect a return on this investment. Otherwise, the money is wasted. The best way to ensure marketing programs and marketing communications “pay their way” is establish what you need to achieve… what are the programs and materials’ […]

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What to Do When Your Virtual Assistant Isn’t Working Out

I’ve already mentioned how valuable I think that Virtual Assistants and Freelancers can be to any business, large or small. They can represent additional skilled hands, either day in and day out, or on a per project basis – without the hassles of adding staff, then having to keep them busy during those slack times […]

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Managing Virtual Assistants and Freelancers – Best Practices

Whether you are a one-person solopreneur business, or part of a small business office or retail store, you do not need to do everything yourself. That’s why most of us work with virtual assistants and freelancers. Your, “extra hands” pick up both what you don’t want to do, and what you aren’t able to do […]

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