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How To Get Likes On Your New Facebook Business Page

Likes on your Facebook business page are incredibly useful. Not only do they ensure that more people see your posts and content, but also enable you to reach a targeted audience and increase traffic to your website.

When you’re starting a business page from scratch, you need to go back to basics to get Likes to your page. These are my tips for those starting out…

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Google My Business: How to Add or Claim Your Business

The rules of search engine optimisation (SEO) and SEO rankings are constantly evolving, and often it’s hard to know wif what you’re doing is going to get you the best result. However, a good start is to have an accurate and properly set up Google My Business listing. Here’s a guide to how to do just that…

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Business tasks you can easily outsource

If you’re a business owner, you’ll know first-hand that managing every element of your business without help is basically impossible. Most business owners have an accountant, but not all business owners have the ready cash to invest in hiring a full time marketing manager, graphic designer, admin assistant or website designer. This is where outsourcing business functions to freelancers works well. Taking a look at your business and seeing where you can outsource marketing and admin functions to free up your time to actually do the work of the business can be life changing. Here’s how you can figure out what you can outsource to others…

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What you need to know about social media in 2018

Times they are a’changing, and nowhere is that more apparent than in the online marketing world, specifically social media.

As the different social media platforms evolve and make their products more efficient, there are a few things you should be aware of if you’re in the business of marketing your business via social media…

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My favourite free stock photo sites

A picture tells a thousand words, especially when it comes to social media. And with easy-to-use graphic design websites like Canva, you don’t have to be a graphic designer to create beautiful images. Paying for iStock photos is necessary when you’re looking for a very specific image, however if you have flexibility in the types of photos you can use, it’s well worth looking at free image sharing sites. Bookmark these three favourites…

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How to work from home with kids

Do you dream of starting your own business? Do you want to get out of the 9-5 rat race and spend more time with your family? Working from home could be the answer. But how do you actually get any work done when you have young children still at home, probably getting under your feet, let alone on your nerves? Read on…

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6 Ways To Market Your Business Using Instagram

Of all the social media platforms out there, Instagram has got to be the most fun. Who doesn’t love having access to millions of gorgeous photos and quote images? It’s the perfect medium for designers, artists, creatives and the fashion and food industries. Basically, it’s one big smorgasbord of inspiration. But how do you use it effectively, so it actually builds your brand online? Here are 6 ways you can use Instagram to market your business.

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The 7 Deadly Sins of Social Media

When it comes to social media, there are certain things that you just can’t do. Whether it’s bombarding people with too many posts or never posting at all; ignoring negative feedback or trying to be something you’re not, it’s pretty easy to get it wrong on social media. These are the seven things you need to take a long, hard look at when assessing your social media profiles…

The 7 Deadly Sins of Social Media

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How I Stay Productive

I work from home every day (often including the weekend, which I know is not healthy, but sometimes needs must!) and I can honestly say I love it. Working from home is not for everyone – some people need a boss to tell them what to do, or co-workers to throw ideas around with and chat to, and that’s a lot of fun. But here’s the thing for me: I get so much more work done when I don’t have colleagues sitting next to me. In previous roles the social element of work was fantastic, but it also eats into your actual productive work time. Here at home, the only distractions are housework and cooking. Not as exciting as a half an hour gossip session about someone else’s debauched weekend.

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