When you love your job, it naturally seeps into everything you do. You think about it at odd times. You see parallels in seemingly unrelated things. And suddenly you’re writing about content marketing and professional football.
In this day and age, business help and support is virtually everywhere. Tasks are becoming automated and more efficient, and freelancers are becoming a prominent part of the workforce. If you’re finding yourself overwhelmed in your business, or if you have a lot of tasks that you think you are spending too much time on, outsourcing business tasks can be a tremendous asset to your company.
It is easy to look at social media and see it only as a fun distraction. However, as a small business owner, you should be looking at social media as an incredibly powerful platform for sharing content that amplifies your expertise with others.
SEO. For many small business owners, the simple utterance of these three letters sends their minds spiraling into a state of total confusion and conflict. They know they need SEO (search engine optimization) to increase their rankings on search engines (Google, Bing, Yahoo).
Think about how many websites you log in and out of every day (even if you’re not prompted to log in every time). Social media sites, emails, website management tools, business productivity and management software, dating sites, shopping sites, banking and credit card accounts… it’s a lot!