Sure sounds good to me! Although the second tip is a secret we're all aware of, it's one few of us have mastered. I'm working on number 5. Can't wait to see how outsourcing a few tasks will help.
What techniques work best for you?
Thanks for these suggestions, !
As for apps, I use Evernote for keeping things in order on certain types of projects and Trello for others. My absolute best app friend for keeping on track is my Gmail calendar. I schedule all of my project work, administrative tasks, meetings/phone calls, and even time to pay attention to social media and email. Of course, there are times when I need to stray from the master plan, but I can't imagine life without my Gmail calendar!
It has definitely expanded my reach and helped me build an audience. And - not that Klout is a big deal - but Twitter has been the network that has impacted my Klout score the most. A lot of great interaction there.
Have you had success with Twitter? How does it compare with other social networks in your experience?
#Twitter #socialmedia #blogging
Nice work, !
I am sure looking on the bright side in regards to Lancaster's community celebration is a lot easier than searching for the negatives. Warner Brother's can see the meaning in "Happy Birthday" just like Pharrell Williams probably sees the meaning in all 616 Happy videos. http://www.wearehappyfrom.com/
Heck, it won't even come close to a third of what I bring to the table.
But I shrug and move on down the line.
Talk soon, !
- Dawn Mentzer Freelance WritingDawn Mentzer Freelance Writing, 2010 - present
- SCORE LancasterVolunteer, 2010 - 2013
- Downtown Ephrata IncVolunteer (Board Member), 2011 - 2013
- Windstream Communications (formerly D&E Communications)Product Marketing & Development Manager, 1993 - 2010
That said, I thrive on variety! So, if you've got other work in mind - please do email or call me (717.435.3559) to talk about your needs.
- Millersville University of PennsylvaniaBS in Communications, Concentration in Journalism
- Oley Valley High SchoolCollege Prep Curriculum
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