Working with a Virtual Assistant can save you time and money, and can add experience, skill and perspective to your team, but getting the most out of the relationship takes planning on your part as well.
Punctuation is being used differently in the digital space, and as a consequence, it’s being interpreted differently too. Language evolves, it’s not static. There’s no getting around it, only adapting to it. When you sit down to write copy, or a blog post, or a letter to a prospect, you won’t just need to choose the right words, you’ll need to choose the right punctuation as well–and by “right” I don’t just mean “correct!”
Originally I set out to write a post about how a content strategy that fails to include content types other than text is incomplete, but you know what they say about “best laid plans…” The more I researched the benefits of other content types, the more I realized infographics deserved their own post, so here it is. This is what you need …
Yeah, I know it’s the Holiday season, and everyone is focused on spending money on gifts, not getting ready for tax season. But January 1st is just around the corner, and these last few weeks of 2014 may be your last chance to get ready to do your taxes properly! Confession: I didn’t really set out to write a blog …
Do you need a Virtual Assistant? If you are a small to medium-sized business or solopreneur, chances are, you do!
I couldn’t love this article by Jay Acunzo more if I tried. Oh how tired I am of people getting hung up on the words we use to refer to what we do all day!
By “we” I mean anyone who has anything to do with creating content other humans will experience online.
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