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I’ve tried a few WordPress editorial calendars over the years, but none of them really stuck. Then I started using CoSchedule, a blog editorial calendar that costs $10 per month per blog. Read More
I was buried. There were a hefty 12,268 emails in my Gmail inbox. The scrollbars were stretched to their limits, and the unread count never fell below 30. Something had to change. Awhile back, Julie talked about how to effectively use Gmail as a project management tool. A piece of great advice for Read More
Variety is the spice of life, and readers like spicy blogs. Even if our content is new, if it’s the same type of content day in and day out, our audience grows weary. We need to develop a great content mix. The Five Types Of Content There are five basic kinds of content we can put on our blog. Each Read More
It’s been said before, design is a whole lot more than pretty pictures. Joshua Garity agrees. Proudly described as a design psychologist and brand strategist, Josh advises businesses large and small on how design can be used to connect with their audience. He knows that the right look, feel, and la Read More
The Facebook Timeline is not necessarily new, but it is making headlines all over again. Facebook recently announced that all Facebook pages will be convereted to the new Facebook timeline view by March 30, 2012. So, what is a brand suppose to do in the face of change? Change, of course. What is wi Read More
If you sign up for a new Google or Gmail account, you’ll get a Google+ account whether you wanted one or not. While the old Google signup page is still available, and there seems to be a huge flock of blog posts telling people how to sign up for Gmail or Google without getting a Google+ account, it Read More
Your Facebook page is flat, your Tweets have an echo, and your Google+ page seems to be more minus than plus.

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True Grit is about stick-to-it-iveness. It’s about tough-going. It’s about a goal. And, less obviously, it’s about fighting through and alongside in our relationships. True Grit‘s heroine, 14-year-old Mattie Ross, was unable to hear the word ‘no’. She was determined to find Tom Chaney, the murderer Read More
Although Laura’s career started in web design, it didn’t stay there for long. In 2009, Laura turned from web design to web marketing, specifically social media marketing. Now, Laura runs a very successful social media training company that specializes in training the ultra-small business on how to Read More
As a small business owner, you probably understand that getting customers to engage with your email campaign is a big factor in its effectiveness. How do you design a campaign that your customers will want to read regularly? There’s one key word in that sentence: Design. Read More

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