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I so resonate with you Bridget. Being self employed with a few clients doing lots of different things, weekends don't always happen for me. But I really notice it when that happens, especially after a few weeks because I start to burn out. Time out is a must I believe. Thanks for sharing on Bizsugar.com"
A great extensive post covering guest blogging. I am a guest writer on a few sites but also managing editor on a site which people contribute to. The advantages are huge because those type of sites get a lot more traffic than maybe a stand alone blog. It isn't necessarily the compensation but the recognition that leads to networking opportunities and possible future clients. It certainly worked that way for me. I'd also suggest you use Author Rank. Thanks for sharing on Bizsugar.com"
Great tips Ravi. Making it easy to comment on a post is essential, eg. I just read a blog post that ended with a great question I wanted to answer but it didn't have a comment system set up - madness. Writing interesting posts will always invite comments. Thanks for sharing on Bizsugar.com"
Interesting post. Whilst I agree that you don't have to spend a lot of time on Social Media to work for you I think you need to ensure that you engage with people. Scheduling is great and I use it a lot but I also reply when people tweet/share/comment so they know I am interested. I don't think that can all be done in just 20 minutes a day. It doesn't have to interfere in my work life (although admittedly some of my work life is social media based) You can take a coffee break, commuting (not driving), sat in front of the tv - and still be chatting on Social Media. So yes you can limit your time but be careful you aren't missing out on the most important bit - being social. Thanks for sharing on Bizsugar.com"
Great examples of what not to do. I also often see business people have a rant - sober or drunk - which isn't a nice example for their business. Whenever I feel like a rant I actually type it out and then delete. I then feel like I've got it off my chest at least. Thanks for sharing on Bizsugar,com"
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