Posts Tagged small office


Public Domain Can Enhance Your Business

As you look for content to use in promoting your business on your blog, website, or emails, you’ve probably heard the term public domain. If you haven’t, or aren’t quite sure what it is and how you can use it to benefit your business, this should help. (This is the first of a series of […]

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5 Easy Ways to Use Brick and Mortar Marketing to Keep Your Customers

Here are five things you can be doing to keep your brick and mortar customers coming back and ensure that your marketing is a constant draw. No Follow-Up Following up with your customers is just as important and maybe more so than the initial contact. Many brick and mortar companies fail to follow up because […]

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3 Top Time Management Tools and How They Help You Stay Organized

Sometimes we get the feeling that it’s almost impossible to manage our time. Getting a handle on time management seems like it’s actually a time waster! Enter time management tools. There are all kinds of online tools and software programs that automate everything for you. All you have to do is set them up, plug […]

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Time Management – Saying No When We Need To

One of the hardest things to learn in time management is how – and when – to say no. As communicators, we always want to be helpful and almost feel that we owe it to others when they need something. The problem is that this time spent helping others often takes away from the things […]

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Time Management – Tips for Organizing Your Workspace

If you work in a home office as I do, or a small office in a small business, one of your biggest time management challenges is to create a workspace that makes you as productive as possible. How your workspace is organized can have a powerful effect on your mind and you’d be surprised how […]

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Time Management – Keys to Creating More Time in Each Day

As small office communicators, we all feel like there aren’t enough hours in the day. Truth is, we get the same 24 as everyone else, and that’s generally more than enough to do what needs to be done. The challenging part is time management… making the most of those hours and also ensuring we can […]

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Time Management – Identifying Daily Priorities for Maximum Efficiency

As Small Office Communicators, for time management, we’ve often got a to-do list for today that’s just a disorganized jumble. Everything on it seems critical, and we never know what’s going to happen today (see my last post about interruptions) and what if we don’t get through them all? The right time management solution is […]

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How to Avoid Expensive Outsourcing Blunders

Outsourcing is basically buying the time of others because you don’t have enough of it yourself. When you consider time as money (which, in business, is all it is), outsourcing to some, “helping hands” can be a very good deal. In fact, many marketers say that outsourcing is the secret to their success. It takes […]

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Do they really read long copy?

Guest Post By Lorrie Morgan-Ferrero One of the more popular questions I get about copy from subscribers is, “Do they really read long copy?” Of course they are talking about the online long copy sales letters you have to scroll all the way down to the bottom to find out how much it costs. These […]

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Social Media Excellent Tool for Small Offices and Small Business

I just spotted an excellent article in Ad Age Online, “Small Businesses Spend More on Social Than Any Other Media” The middle of the article where Ms. Maddox talks about social being, “…a convenient and user-friendly platform by which they can connect with their local market…” really is the heart of the issue for the […]

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