Posts Tagged corporate communications


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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Virtual Assistants and Freelancers – Great for Your Business

Do you realize that there is actually an upside to the current economic downturn? Quite simply, it is an abundance of highly qualified knowledge workers who have been recently separated from companies around the world and are looking for work. The reality is today, that many businesses are not in a position to hire them, […]

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What is a Virtual Assistant and How Can S/He Help Your Business?

Do you realize that there is actually an upside to the current economic downturn? Quite simply, it is an abundance of very qualified knowledge workers who have been recently laid off from companies around the world who are looking for work. The reality is today, that many businesses are not in a position to hire […]

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You Need a Web Site – Build it Right

Today, every business must have a web site, from beauty salons and body shops, to restaurants and retailers – and online businesses too. The world is looking for information, and the internet is the first place they look. One of the best and most productive tools I’ve found is Site Build It! A great resource […]

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Referral Marketing Communications Plan — Tip #4: Give Great Service

You’ve heard it before – but I’m going to say it anyway. As part of your referral marketing communications plan, the number-one way to ensure quality referral leads is to give great service. Satisfied customers are much more likely to refer their friends and colleagues your way. Here are the top six tips for making […]

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Fourth Inning – Business and Baseball: The Better You Do, the More Fun It Is

Well, boys, it’s a round ball and a round bat and you got to hit the ball square. ~ Joe Schultz 1969 Some might say that professional athletes have the best job in the world. They get paid to play a game that many millions of people only dream about doing! They spend the day […]

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Business Skills to Learn from Baseball

America’s favorite pastime isn’t great just for enjoyment and relaxation purposes; it’s also the source of many life and business lessons. After all, some of our culture’s most popular sayings (“You can’t win ’em all”; “Hit it out of the park”; and Yogi Berra’s famous, “If the people don’t want to come out to the […]

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Have You Tried Online Meetings?

Years ago, when I was still in the corporate world, our training group was experimenting – quite successfully – with Online Training. Since then, the technology has been refined, and as it has matured, the costs have come way down to the point that a group of our local churches has been using it for […]

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Web Hosting for the Small Office Communicator

As a Small Office Communicator, one of the things I need, since I have several web sites, is a good web hosting service.  I’ve tried several over the years, and the one I’m with now is one that I have found excellent and really works well, both from site deliverability – they’re always up – and […]

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Hybrid Teams Increase Small Office Efficiency – And Save Money!

I have an interesting article published at EzineArticles- “Hybrid Teams Increase Small Office Efficiency – And Save Money” Remember, companies today have a choice: doing everything themselves with staff resources or hiring outside resources. On one side, you may have to maintain a large staff – not always the best practice, especially considering the seasonal […]

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