If you’re like most people, you’ve discovered that social media can be a huge time sucker. Between Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Tumblr, and countless other niche or secondary platforms, it can be so time consuming to distribute quality content across every channel.
One of the biggest takeaways I got from attending the Netpreneur Summit in Tokyo, is how to pick the right people I want to work with. I’m not talking about Joint Ventures, I’m not talking about business partners, I am talking about people I want to work with, to help
You will probably remember a few weeks ago telling you that I had got hold of a fantastic new tool that was building my Fans Page likes on auto pilot, and I was going to take a few weeks to play with it and see if it worked!
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With the use of Social Media becoming more and more for business building, unfortunately it has also come with the undesirable, not to mention unethical and UNPROFESSIONAL method of tagging people into your SPAMMY post. This madness is happening all over Facebook to people who have nothing to do with
Being an Entrepreneur isn’t for everybody. The mental strength it requires is enormous. If you simply want to become an Entrepreneur just so that you won’t have a boss to tell you what to do, then my tip to you is “run the other way and never glimpse at Entrepreneurship
Over the last year we have seen a decline in the number of people who can actually see your fb posts, this is due to FB changing the way they show your stuff, and also because with the forever increase in users there are millions of stories being shared every