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Hey there, I'm on Pinterest but haven't really gotten to grips with it yet. I'll have more time next week to check it out so I'm going to take a look at these 7 little tips in more depth. All common sense and all good advice. I'll be pinning your article on my pinterest page! Thanks for the advice and sharing on www.bizsugar.com. Take care Denise"
Thanks for article. I'm definitely going to be more humourous about my tweets. I use twitter to communicate, learn more and engaing with people. As a business tool, Twitter is like anyother marketing communication method. You must set objectives and know what you want to achieve. This will help you decide what to post or what not to post. Take care, Denise"
Hi Jackie, I think you took the most popular words from the SEO Glossary. A great compilation that both newbies and others will appreciate. All the key terms are here and I think this article should be book-marked. Thanks for sharing here at bizsugar.com. Take care Denise"
Hi Eamonn, is the AIDA formula that old? Really? Wow. It is still as good today as it was yesterday. I loved your article. I'm currently reading Scientific Advertising and it's an oldie but goodie in terms of the pointers that Mr Hopkins shares. It's as relevant now as it was when it was published in 1923. "There is nothing new but what has been forgotten" springs to mind when I read your article. Thanks for the reminder. Take care, Denise "
Hi Mike, What a great article. Full of useful information and practical advice. I know many people who start a business on the side and they really don't realise how hard it is. You have to work the day job and then come home and work the evenings and weekends, with little time off. It is rewarding but definitely hard work. Your article makes a lot of common sense. Take care, Denise"
Hi Chris, Really useful tips. I've been reading quite a bit on this topic recently and one tip I read about is undertaking several interviews. Interviews are great to get to know more about your candidates and the more interviews you have, the more you learn about your future teammates..and how they interact with you and your team. I'd definitely agree with not hiring yourself! A great one but often over-looked. Thanks for sharing on bizsugar.com Take care, Denise "
Would you believe that sending out a resume on spec was the way I got my first job? I saw that a company was hiring IT Graduates so I sent my CV looking for a business/marketing job. It got the attention of the MD. So your article caught my eye. I particularly like your idea about checking out other references. I must bear that in mind for the future. Thanks for your article which I found on bizsugar.com. Take care, Denise"
Virtual offices are great. I used one when I first started out. I went from using my own address to the virtual office and the response amazed me. It certainly made me realise the importance of it. And yes, some businesses don't necessarily need a virtual office so it really does depend on your needs. Thanks for sharing here at Bizsugar.com. Take care, Denise "
Some great tips here. I'll be sure to share them with students when looking for a job. I particularly liked the keywords. While I use them as an entrepreneur and expert in my field, I never thought about advising job seekers. Lovely tip. BTW, I tried commenting on your site but it appears that you don't have a comment box. Thanks for sharing on bizsugar.com. Take care, Denise "
Hi Martin, After going to my first Kettlebells class last night, I know all about perspiration! And having set up my business six years ago, I know that every business does its fair share of perspiration. Growing a business isn't easy. But I like the idea of inspiration as well as perspiration. It's something that we all should realise - and it doesn't have to be the big things as you say that inspires us; it's the little things that inspire. So thanks for the reminder. Take care, Denise"