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Did You Think It Over?

About six months ago I had the opportunity to sit in on a free two and half hour seminar sponsored by WINNING, Inc. The first question he asked was, “Do you TIO?” TIO is an acronym for “Think It Over”. Kevin Hallinan, Principal of WINNING, Inc. really challenged me regarding my business sales approach. Do […]

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Don’t Fall Victim to Cyber Crime

What is a cyber crime? Cyber crime STINKS, plain and simple! Cyber crime is a type of attack on your computer or mobile device that is designed to make you vulnerable to any of the following: identity theft, financial fraud, web site vandalism, and cyber bullying, among other things. Hackers are one of the scariest, […]

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The 5 Most Important Metrics in Google Analytics

Google Analytics is free and relatively user-friendly, but it’s not always easy for beginners to know what to do with all the numbers Google Analytics produces. Know the basic Google Analytics metrics to avoid being overwhelmed by trying to interpret Google Analytics numbers. With practice, you can learn to interpret Google Analytics numbers and make site […]

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What Are Twitter Rankings and Why Do They Matter?

Different Twitter rankings are obtained from many sources, and you’re smart to start using them as you start your business’s approach to social media. Twitter is a major platform in many companies’ social media strategies, so knowing how well a Twitter account performs offers valuable clues about that strategy’s effectiveness. Understanding your company’s social media […]

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Lost In The Translation

“Translation services? I never thought of that!” That was my first thought after meeting with Richard Dealy of Keylingo Translations. Our world is getting smaller and smaller with the internet. Let’s look at the demographics of the USA, and how they are shifting. By 2043, the US Census Bureau projects “The U.S. is projected to […]

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12 Reasons Why Businesses Stopped Using Overseas Services: Virtual Assistants Part 2

I have two questions, “Is it practical to use overseas services for your business?” And, “Are they the ideal choice for a North American company?” A prospect also challenged me asking, “Why not use a Virtual Assistant from another country? They are so much cheaper.” In my last blog, I shared with you my personal […]

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My Personal Experience With Overseas Services: Virtual Assistants

With today’s election almost over, all of us have heard a lot about companies using offshore business providers or overseas services. Virtual Assistants are no different. There are virtual assistants located all over the world. But is it practical to use them for your business? Are they the ideal choice for a North American company? One […]

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