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Change. I’ve always thrived on how things change. As a child, I became used to our frequent moves from state to state (a natural consequence of having a father who worked for the federal government). As an adult, I rarely leased an apartment for longer than two years. My hair is always changing colors. Change is something I’m used to, so it doesn’t necessarily freak me out to the same degree as it does for others. Family. Ah, this is something I’ve been schooled on throughout my life, even when I didn’t realize it. As a child, I took for granted the constancy of my family. When my parents divorced during my teen years, the upheaval probably wreaked more havoc than I would acknowledge. As a young adult, I spent many years putting my family on the backburner while mistakenly prioritizing friends and even acquaintances over them. As an adult, […]
If you conduct business online, you have countless pitfalls to avoid on your way to success. In our latest episode of Who’s Who in Social Media, Mitch Jackson with Streaming.Lawyer shared crucial insights and tips to help all of us avoid legal issues and conduct business like a boss. To read more about Mitch Jackson and how he helps online business owners, get the full list of tips on his blog. Would you like to be a guest on Laugh & Learn? Click here!
Instagram isn’t just for foodies vying to get just the right angle on their plate while you wait with a hovering fork. While your friend ‘grams their way to fame, you can be checking your followers and sharing a story of frustration. Start today once you watch our latest episode of Laugh & Learn. Instagram for Business: Analytics and Stories In this episode, you’ll learn: How to connect your Instagram Account to your Facebook Page (using Facebook Settings); How to see and decipher your Instagram Analytics; and How to view, engage with, and create Instagram Stories for your brand. How are you using Instagram for Business? Let us know in the comments below… you may inspire someone in their own marketing strategy!
Finding and choosing the tools which are right for a business is easier said than done, am I right? In an effort to save you from trials by fire, I humbly submit the following tools would have made my life as a business owner easier.
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