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Selecting a Technical Writer

June 29, 2014 0 Comments
Selecting a Technical Writer

It seems like you can’t throw a broken No.2 pencil these days without hitting another freelance technical writer. When you run a Google search with the keywords “freelance technical writer,” Google returns almost 2 million results. I don’t know about you, but I’m not going to parse through 2 million results, nor do I have […]

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Five Cold Calling Tips

June 1, 2014 0 Comments
Five Cold Calling Tips

The fear of rejection stops many people from living their dream. As an entrepreneur, you have to put yourself out there in order to grow your business. There is no Field of Dreams in entrepreneurship, “If you build it they will not necessarily come.” Gain new business by picking up the phone and making those […]

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Five Tips to Get More Done Each Day

May 25, 2014 0 Comments
Five Tips to Get More Done Each Day

In this electronic age, distractions abound. Use these simple tips to get more done each day.

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Make Yourself Known and Drive More Traffic to Your Site

May 4, 2014 3 Comments
Make Yourself Known and Drive More Traffic to Your Site

You’ve written that epic blog post, now what are you going to do with it? Your parents have read your new post. Your spouse and kids have read it too. So, if my math is correct, that equals about six hits to your blog. That’s also assuming you have read it too. That is not […]

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Take a Break This Summer and Set Your Blog on Autopilot

May 3, 2014 0 Comments
Take a Break This Summer and Set Your Blog on Autopilot

Summer is here and it is time to go places. If you are like me, you are a solopreneur (solo-entrepreneur, we handle all of the day-to-day tasks) and taking a break can be difficult. Here are some tips to set your blog on autopilot while to take a much needed break. Use the WordPress Feature […]

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Attend Your First Networking Event and Make It Successful

April 20, 2014 2 Comments
Attend Your First Networking Event and Make It Successful

Networking is a great way to meet new people and is a great way to find potential customers. I think many people rank Networking right up there with public speaking. It’s the fear of the unknown that stops them from getting out there and meeting other people. This is the second part of my Networking […]

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Isn’t It Time to Do Something with Those Business Cards?

April 13, 2014 0 Comments
Isn’t It Time to Do Something with Those Business Cards?

You ordered those business cards with all of the greatest intentions, but now they are sitting on a shelf collecting dust. Isn’t it time to do something with them? Shouldn’t you put them to better use?  And by better use, I don’t mean: Putting them in the spokes of your bike to make that “realistic engine sound” that you loved […]

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Five Fun Things You Can Do with Your Business Cards

April 8, 2014 0 Comments
Five Fun Things You Can Do with Your Business Cards

You ordered those business cards with all of the greatest intentions. Now they are just sitting there on a shelf. Isn’t it finally time to do something with them? Here are five fun ideas to put your business cards to use. 1. You can put them in the spokes of your bike to make that […]

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Self-Doubt Excuses for Not Writing and What to Do about It

April 6, 2014 0 Comments
Self-Doubt Excuses for Not Writing and What to Do about It

This post is an expanded version of my recent mini-post titled, Top 3 Self-Doubt Excuses for not Writing and What to Do about It. We all encounter self-doubt from time to time, whether we are training for a marathon, writing that next Great American Novel, or just trying something new. We all get it. The […]

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Do You Speak Twitterese?

April 2, 2014 2 Comments
Do You Speak Twitterese?

When I started my Twitter account, I thought how in the world and I going to stay within the 140 character limit? I quickly learned that in order to stay in the limit, you had to learn the Twitter lingo, or Twitterese. Sure we all know RT is Retweet,  but what about the other more […]

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