How to Make Telecommuting Work for Your Business

Telecommuting is becoming the biggest trend in today’s workforce. It eliminates the dreaded commute for employees, it allows for a healthier work-life balance, and let’s face it – employees love to work from home when given the opportunity. From a company’s perspective, it reduces the need for office space, provides flexibility, and makes you a competitive employer. It’s important to note that, […]

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4 Ways to Use Facebook Effectively

Many small businesses aren’t using Facebook effectively. Instead of planning ahead, they sporadically update their business pages. At the end of the day, the most important thing to remember is that consistency is key! Here are 4 ways to use Facebook effectively to help you maximize your time on social media. Scheduling Matters Use a scheduling […]

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How To Make Your Solopreneur Website Awesome

  Written by Erin Gleig A solopreneur website is a vital part of your marketing plan. Whether you are a wedding coordinator, yoga instructor, or photographer, your prospective clients will likely research your business before contacting you. Since your solopreneur website is often the first impression of your business, it is vital that you create […]

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Deciding When to Update Your Website

Written by Joe Forrest, on behalf of the GoDaddy Team When is the last time you updated your website? Has it been a few years? If so, you’re probably missing out on a lot of business opportunities. The web changes fast, and you must pivot with it to succeed. Here are six questions you can […]

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How to Make Clients Happy with your Website

Written by Erin Gleig  We all know that the Web is a competitive market space. However, there are some simple corrections you can make to your website to increase and retain customers. By following some basic principles on how people navigate your website, you’ll be able to keep your audience happy, and let’s face it […]

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