You cant go far without seeing some bad news about the economy. The job market is terrible and I don’t see it every getting better. The old days of factories and low paying jobs is over. Today we are in a market that is digital, and moving into the information age. This digital age is making jobs obsolete, and that is why you see stories of how bad the economy is.
Next in line you have the standard business checks. These are for the entrepreneurs or other business owners that want to sport their company with their checks or checkbooks. This is a great way to get cheap advertising. Every transaction you make will have your business name and logo on the cover.
Like physical networking, LinkedIn provides amazing opportunities if used properly. Joining groups and contributing content and answers to questions posted is a great way to position yourself as an expert. Growing your network, contacting leads, and updating your profile status is a great way to touch potential clients.
There are several reasons which make the Atomic Blogging system so powerful. First of all, it gives you the tutorials you need that walk you through every step of the process. If you’re new to blogging, you will no doubt find these tutorials very beneficial as they will get you up and working within an hour or so. In addition to that, many of the advanced tutorials can help people who have been blogging for quite some time. There is nothing more frustrating than being stagnant and the Atomic Blogging system has enough that you could consider it an ongoing educational process.
I served as a judge for both the Maryland and National History competitions last year…it’s a great program and a fun way to interest school-aged children in history. Read more about how to get your schools involved on the Maryland Humanities Council gaming.
At the heart of social media is the ability of individuals to interact with other people so that they feel involved and part of a community. A big part of this phenomenon is the activity of finding, sharing and recommending products, services, events and experiences to like-minded people. This is where social media crosses over with marketing.
I am now writing my own articles and even doing guest posts on several high-ranking blogs. Even though that writer is now working for another industry, I still consider him as the biggest thing that happened to my career. I learned so much from him. I owe my business’ longevity to his generosity and open-mindedness in sharing everything he knows.