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Posts by Sandra Tedford

Finding Your Real Need For Social Media
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Finding Your Real Need For Social Media

By on Jul 30, 2012 in Social Media Marketing | 0 comments

Nothing is more frustrating than wanting something and once you get it you realize that thing you craved just doesn’t satisfy your need. Images are powerful and often the first thing we see before we acquire something.  It could be a relationship, food, or a new car. For example, we carry images in our minds of old love interests.  Our minds can distort images we...

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The Focus of Our Work
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The Focus of Our Work

By on Jul 25, 2012 in Entrepreneurs | 0 comments

  What do you desire to do?  That’s a loaded question, I know.  Most of us have multiple desires. When we focus our energies on the object of our desire it raises our level of self esteem.  That book you finally managed to complete or that vacation to somewhere other than visiting relatives, paying that bill that will cut down our debt and the list goes on.  We get...

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How to Create an Editorial Calendar That Works
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How to Create an Editorial Calendar That Works

By on Jul 18, 2012 in Blogging | 5 comments

  Creating an editorial calendar for your business blog may sound complex but actually its not.  Your editorial calendar will look different from the next blogger because it’s likely your audience is different and has specific needs that you’re filling.  Depending on your industry, blogging for business by providing information that can help customers...

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3 Reasons You Have Bloggers Block – How to fix it
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3 Reasons You Have Bloggers Block – How to fix it

By on Jul 16, 2012 in Blogging | 0 comments

Have you ever struggled with finding something to write about? I know from personal experience how hard it is to blog consistently.  If you have the same challenge, don’t feel bad. Even the most followed rock star blogger’s experience blogger’s block at times.  Without an editorial calendar blogging was the last thing to get done on a given day. ...

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