If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!Happy New Year! This is that time of year when most people are looking toward the future. They tend to want to forget the year that’s ended citing the challenges and obstacles they faced along the way that they were not able to overcome or that they perhaps, struggled to … Continue reading Resolutions For The New Year vs. Goals For The New Year
Email subject lines. People send emails all day and even all night long. Our email inboxes are full of information from everywhere. We spend our valuable time deleting those that are of no interest to us and reading others that may suit our fancy. But what’s the difference between emails that get read and those that get deleted? The answer lies in the subject line.
Goal and objectives! What is the one thing we hear about so often in our work as network marketers? Well, it’s that you have to set goals. Goals are necessary because they direct you to what you want to accomplish. But there is something else that is needed, something that goes hand in hand with goals and those are objectives. Yes, goals and objectives – you can’t have one without the other.
Everybody wants to be “liked”! At least on Facebook, that is! They want comments too. And a few shares wouldn’t hurt! Why? Because it’s all about engagement. You want people to visit your page, read your updates, watch your videos, be entertained, learn new things and have fun. If you’ve been trying to figure out what to post on Facebook to increase engagement, check these out! … Continue reading 5 Ways To Increase Engagement On Your Facebook Profile
What exactly is Facebook etiquette? You’re on Facebook often. It may even be safe to say that you’re on Facebook every day. Being a regular Facebook user, you’ve probably seen it all. So, what are some of the things that you’ve seen that make you cringe? That’s where Facebook etiquette comes into play. And etiquette is basically behaving in a socially acceptable manner both on … Continue reading 5 Rules Of Facebook Etiquette