Due to the rising number of quick call requests I get from prospective customers, I decided to dedicate a blog post on the topic. It appears I really need to convey the message that we, freelancers, are not just sitting around waiting for someone to ask us to talk on Skype, with no preliminary information whatsoever.
I often get emails both from readers and clients with a single inquiry – how to improve their website (or blog). They are looking for recommendations, for free or paid, but they miss the first and most important thing – setting their goals.
There is really no good use of recommendations for improvement “generally speaking”.
Since the New Year just started, it’s a good time to set some goals. Whether you are a freelancer, a small business owner or a blogger with a 9-to-5 job, goal setting is paramount if you want to make the most of your year. Wait, did I say goal setting? I mean SMART goal setting. Read on.
Last week I published some don’ts when it comes to gaining followers on twitter. So this week, as promised, I will share some not so popular dos about building a following on twitter “the right way” – if there is such thing at all! 😉 First, set your twitter goals
So many posts out there how to gain followers on Twitter that people don’t really pay attention to the tactics they use for building their Twitter following which are bad practice. So let me shed some light on that! Check out my top 5 tactics which people use to gaining Twitter followers but shouldn’t.