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Featured Writer Friday – Martin Lindeskog

Featured Writer Friday – Martin Lindeskog  - https://danswords.com Avatar Posted by lyceum under Social Media
From https://danswords.com 240 days ago
Made Hot by: justretweet on November 28, 2018 8:36 am
What is working for you and your blog/podcast? Why?

My tenacity is working for me. I have been blogging and podcasting for 10+ years. I have been struggling with blogging and podcasting on a regular basis, but I don’t give up. I am not fizzling out. It has to do with the guidance of my philosoph Read More
How do I communicate with tea amateurs (“lovers of things“) drinkers, enthusiasts, and experts? I have been contemplating on this issue for a bit, and it triggered me to start a new podcast, The Perfect Cuppa – Tea Sketches, and to do a shout-out to fellow authors, podcasters, and tea drinkers: ... Read More

Shout-out to Fellow Authors, Podcasters, and Tea Drinkers [podcast]

Shout-out to Fellow Authors, Podcasters, and Tea Drinkers [podcast] - http://egonetcast.com Avatar Posted by lyceum under Social Media
From http://egonetcast.com 255 days ago
Made Hot by: leonesimmy on November 15, 2018 2:34 pm
This solo episode is a shout-out to fellow authors, podcasters, and tea drinkers! A comment on my first book on tea, “knocked” me down for a bit. I am back up now, contemplating on how I will find the “first, ten” and the smallest viable audience. Read More

What a Wonderful Cake! [podcast]

 What a Wonderful Cake! [podcast] - http://presentation.libsyn.com Avatar Posted by lyceum under Self-Development
From http://presentation.libsyn.com 255 days ago
Made Hot by: NolanGreen on November 13, 2018 10:00 am
Today Carina and Martin are talking about the presentation techniques cake. A cake with eight yummy pieces. Each piece will help you with your presentation. Go ahead and take a bite.

The first piece of this cake is about how your breath can help you, if you get nervous when you are standing in f Read More
There are a growing number of signs pointing to a shakeup in how marketers are allocating their digital advertising budgets. Now to be sure Google and Facebook are still the top destinations for those ad dollars. But more and more you’re hearing about big brands beginning to switch as much as 50-6 Read More
Before you create that next piece of content for your site or social media channel or YouTube channel or whatever, think … is this going to entice someone to buy something from me?
To start this latest edition of This Week in Small Business, co-founder of SMB Group Laurie McCabe and I discussed th Read More

Learn to Track Important Business Costs with Upcoming Webinar

Learn to Track Important Business Costs with Upcoming Webinar  - https://smallbiztrends.com Avatar Posted by lyceum under News
From https://smallbiztrends.com 274 days ago
Made Hot by: MarketWiz on October 26, 2018 4:54 am
An upcoming webinar will give your small business the edge when it comes to tracking very specific costs.
With the right job costing system in place, you can keep track of the direct and indirect costs of jobs and job costing in your business.
Scott Gregory brings his 30+ years of experience with Read More
New research from Kabbage underlines how important mentors are to small businesses. In fact, the research finds almost all (92%) of respondents that had one found them vital to success in spite of the fact only 22% were mentored when they were a start up. And 89% of that segment wish they’d had a m Read More
Content marketing remains important for small businesses, a Clutch survey says. But that’s only when the content is useful and valuable.
2018 Content Marketing Statistics
According to the survey, 73% of respondents say they’ve made purchases as a result of viewing marketing content. Another 70% s Read More

Hello, My Name is ... uh ...

Hello, My Name is ... uh ...  - https://smallbiztrends.com Avatar Posted by lyceum under News
From https://smallbiztrends.com 290 days ago
Made Hot by: MarketWiz on October 9, 2018 11:46 am
I’ve done a few name tag cartoons before, but this one was a challenge.
You have to place the “camera” further away to show all of the tags, but they also need to read as name tags with different names.
There was plenty of zooming and cropping and squinting involved, but I think it turned out wel Read More
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