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Make Time to Update Online Social Media Profiles

Make Time to Update Online Social Media Profiles

By on Mar 20, 2017 in Blog Writing, Communication Strategy, Social Media Writing | 0 comments

Would you call you? One of the best bits of wisdom I picked up in the early stages of my business is that people want to do business with people they know, like and trust. I have found this to be true and a little frustrating. Afterall, you can only meet so many people in a day. If you can’t meet them, how are they ever going to like and trust you? Fortunately, there is the internet, which gives us the capacity to meet people from all over the world with whom we could potentially do business.

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How Not to Go Visit the Grand Canyon And Lessons for Social Media

How Not to Go Visit the Grand Canyon And Lessons for Social Media

By on Mar 4, 2017 in Communication Strategy, Social Media Writing | 1 comment

I was under the impression that the drive from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon was just about 2.5 hours. There were plenty of tour buses that would pick you up early in the morning from your hotel, bring you there and return you just in time for dinner, so a day trip seemed feasible.

I was in Vegas to organize a conference. It was three days of intensive activities following several weeks of intensive planning and preparation.

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Take the Time for Your Blogging and Marketing Efforts

Take the Time for Your Blogging and Marketing Efforts

By on Oct 17, 2016 in Blog Writing, Communication Strategy, Social Media Writing | 2 comments

It was just 9 a.m. on Monday morning and now it’s noon. I meant to have this written and posted long before now. Ironically, the topic I wanted to write about was making time for blogging and marketing. And here I am, a living example of how hard it is. 

This post almost didn’t exist. I have a lot of very urgent things to take care of. They are important and the people for whom I am doing them are important.

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