10 reasons you didn’t blog regularly for your business last year (and 10 practical suggestions to help you do better this year)
If you didn’t manage to blog regularly for your business last year, you’ll probably find the reason here! Along with some practical solutions.
Decisions I made early in the year have positively impacted my business. Here’s what I’ve learned – and how and why my business has evolved – in 2018.
How you present your business online is crucial to success. Here are my top 5 great reads to help you market and grow your business online.
What should you expect when you’re attending a networking event for the first time? And 5 quick tips for making your visit a success.
Whether you’re just starting out in business, or you’re at a stage where your business is evolving, changing or growing, if you’re struggling with how to tell customers about your business you’ve probably got at least one of these three problems…
Here are my five key takeaways on how to organise and create social media marketing content from Content Live 2018… including a lightbulb moment!
People are always asking me exactly what I do. Beyond “I help busy people to use their time better”, it’s not an easy question to answer, so I took a look over my time report for the last 48 hours and jotted down everything on it.
How aware are you about the upcoming GDPR legislation and its implications for your business? With the deadline of 25 May 2018 getting closer, I needed to find out more. As a VA I have access to a lot of data, such as clients’ CRM systems and mailing lists, and I want to be confident that their systems are compliant.
You could employ someone part time, but this isn’t always a practical option for a small business, a freelancer, or a new venture. And with a VA you’ll be getting a professional admin service – but with some extra bells and whistles!
I’m an expert at taking on those annoying/boring/tricky/techie tasks that you’re putting off. If you’re feeling that you’d really rather be getting on with the good stuff – the core of running and growing your business – consider hiring a VA.