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Jerald Larson
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Poet and would-be writer
Poet and would-be writer

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SEO Manager role, Coventry
Great opportunity for an SEO Executive who wants to progress to management. From +Beyond The Book

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Eye, eye
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Ooh, ooh - writing prompt: -
"The House In The Fog*

#321Write
Daily Writing Prompt
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How to Become a Freelance Graphic Designer
- "Dare to Dream!"
~ +Inkbot Design

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The key to quick wins for #DigitalMarketing success?
- Make it easy for your community to engage with you

As a freelancer or contractor, you should be using digital sales funnels to spread the word about your service.

The problem?

You have neither the time nor knowhow to leverage the vast array of social media platforms and the communities thereon.

The key to all business success is investment. But that doesn't have to be cash. It can be time, too. Time best spent investing in yourself.

#ShawAcademy has put together a 12 x 1 hour session foundation diploma course in digital marketing.

The trial is free. You can join up without a credit card or a contract (there's never a contract).

It's a great course to understand the fundamentals of why and how customers buy online and what you can to do get a piece of that action.

So whether you're a digital marketer or affiliate direct or a business owner wanting to know how to drive more traffic to your website, this course will help:
http://www.shawacademy.com/?a_aid=JasonD1888

In the meantime, here's a tip that +Jason Darrell picked up to help you communicate better with your community:

How to increase engagement in your #SocMed Community

Here's a snippet I picked up from the Ultimate Digital Marketing Diploma I'm doing with #ShawAcademy:

~ "People on social media are, as a rule, lazy.

"In order to encourage their engagement, you must offer them simple 1-2-3 steps to complete a desired action.

"They want to win your:
affection;
attention;
competition.

"In return, you want to win their:
trust;
loyalty;
lead and/or order.

"You have a choice: make it easy for them and win; make it difficult and drive their business and loyalty into the arms of your competition."

I know which one I'd go for, don't you?

That said, here's my referral link to the digital marketing program - or any other Shaw course, of which there are many - so that you can become as (seemingly) knowledgeable as I make myself out to be:

http://www.shawacademy.com/?a_aid=JasonD1888

Oh, Lord - I never thought I'd say this, but now I get it; it's so relevant when you've been there and felt the benefit yourself, so:
"*See you on the inside*!"
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7 Reasons #B2B Branding Matters…
- …magnificent
c/o +Inkbot Design

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10-Step Process for Vetting Potential Design Customers

It's not always easy to say No!, especially when you're first stating out.

You're tempted by the opportunity to build your portfolio, not to mention by the big bucks on the table.

But is your client handing you a contract that will take over your life, both now and in the afterlife?

#SweatTheSmallStuff

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For Your Delight…

…The Darlings Of Wapping Wharf Launderette, The Small Faces

50-video playlist of the greatest band ever.

#SmallFaces #KTF #ForeverMod
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