Monthly Archives: March 2014

Say Goodbye to Facebook Games

Candy Crush, Pet Rescue Saga, Farmville… These are just the first three that come to mind. And if you’re on Facebook, I’m sure you’ve heard of them as well. Business owners beware, however – they are very addictive and highly … Continue reading

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Things to Never Tell a Client

When it comes to owning your very own small business, talking to your clients can be very much like talking to former employer(s). While on the job/clock or under contract there are certain things you should never say to a … Continue reading

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5 Reasons You CAN Afford a Virtual Assistant

Hiring support within your business, whether a full-time, in-house employee or a virtual, part-time consultant, can be scary for any business owner. One of the biggest concerns is often, “How will I be able to afford to pay them?” Because … Continue reading

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Know the Scope

You’ve probably already figured out that a lot of what we write about on our blog is based on our own first-hand experiences. This article is no different. The lesson today is Know the Scope (of work). Here’s what prompted … Continue reading

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March Anti-Madness

I don’t know about other parts of the world, but in the United States the Spring and March Madness go hand-in-hand. Considering I have never watched a basketball game beyond when my boys were little and playing at the YMCA, … Continue reading

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What Does Your Meta Content Description Say?

This afternoon I had an “SOS – Emergency” Skype message from a client. In short, a social media post went out for one of her clients that had information relating to their old company and business partner. While the post … Continue reading

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Under Promise and Over Deliver

As a business owner, there are times when I don’t understand why people can’t deliver, especially on the simplest tasks. A simple email would suffice, however sometimes there is no response whatsoever. What ever happened to under promise and over … Continue reading

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