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  • What to Post on Your Facebook Page Having a large following on Facebook is great. But if you have a ton of “likes” and only a handful of true fans, then it doesn’t matter how awesome your brand is. Your posts still aren’t likely to be seen. Facebook doesn’t just look at the number of likes you have—it also considers how much engagement ...
  • How to Get More Likes on Your Facebook Page We all want to get more likes on our Facebook Page. With a bigger platform, this gives you access to a bigger list of potential customers and clients. But how do you go about getting those followers? Try a few of these suggestions…. Invite Friends to Your Page If you haven’t already, send out Facebook invites, asking your ...
  • 7 Steps To Freelance Writing Success “When your livelihood depends on self-imposed productivity, you either get good at it or you find yourself in mounds of debt.” ? Nacie Carson  Working as an independent contractor is a great way to earn money while enjoying flexible hours. Another attractive benefit of freelancing is being able to work wherever you want, whether it’s at home or at ...
  • Is Freelancing The Future Of ‘Safe’ Employment?  “‘Freelance’ means I can take watermelon breaks and no one can yell at me.” ― Mandy Ashcraft  Sam, a 28-year old systems analyst for a software company, always had a soft spot for pop culture, specifically cartoons from the 80s and 90s. He watched a ton of these growing up; so much so that Sam can do dead-on ...
  • How to Secure Recurring Work as a Freelancer One of the easier ways to maintain a steady income through freelancing is by getting the same clients to give you ongoing and regular work. Stephanie Watson is an inspirational woman who took her writing skills and turned them into a living by writing for clients from home. She’s being doing this over 20 years and ...
  • How to Get More Clients for Your Writing or Any Business to Business Service Stephanie Watson is an inspirational woman who took her writing skills and turned them into a living by writing for clients from home. She’s being doing this over 20 years and in this short clip, Stephanie Watson discusses how she managed to gather clients. If you’re nervous about writing for clients, you’ll definitely appreciate this and ...
  • Great News! Everyone Can Teach It doesn’t matter where you are in life, we all have something to teach someone and that means that anyone can build an online business centered around teaching / writing. Perhaps, we aren’t the top expert in the subject…but there are always people who can benefit from what we know and when you’re a patient ...
  • How To Build a Fan Base as a Writer As a writer, there’s nothing better than having a ready fan base, just waiting to read our next book, blog post or other content. If you’ve got fans, you’ve got customers, people who will spread the word about you and a group that will help you decide what to write next. Jon Bard has some great ...
  • Afraid to Market Yourself and Your Book? How To Make Marketing Less Intimidating If you’ve ever hesitated in promoting yourself or your book, you DEFINITELY need to listen to this interview excerpt with Jon Bard. Jon has been helping people market their children’s books for over 26 years and has some very sound advice that will turn ANYONE into a marketer. Jon actually has two words he uses to ...
  • How to Start Outsourcing Nicole Dean is dubbed as a “Passive Income Machine”. It’s what she loves (almost as much as she loves her family, traveling around the world, and Dr. Who). Since 2004, she’s been building her business online and creating and growing income streams, training and inspiring her readers, her customers, and her affiliates to make money. Recently, ...