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Day 46 of #ProjectMe2


I know it’s been a while since I have written on here. I have been posting to my Facebook page. I also re-booted the Project Me hashtag. 248 more words


Set it and forget it: 5 things you should always automate on your phone

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Our modern Android devices open the door to a connected, high-tech world that years ago we only dreamed was possible. The power and capability of our Android phones and tablets continue to increase, and as a result they are getting smarter and smarter. 1,466 more words

apps I prefer in my workplace

There are thousands of app which help us to make our work life easier. Sometimes I get confused with so many of apps information, I think you also. 174 more words

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Series-Is the Side Hustle Right for You? Part 2: How I Plan and Schedule my Content

Welcome back to my series on “Is the Side Hustle Right for You“! Before jumping in to Part 2, I want to recap… 678 more words

Social media in crisis planning implementation for your business

Surprisingly, a lot of companies out there still don’t recognise how important social media implementation is when reviewing and creating a crisis strategy. It’s not like you want your business to be involved in a crisis situation, so why would you want to think about that anyway? 317 more words

Social Media

How to keep your business free from reputational risk in the crazy inter-connected world of 2017

Did you know that managing your businesses reputation on the internet doesn’t need to be difficult?

Imagine this; an irritated customer has just posted on your businesses social media page, within an hour over one-hundred customers join the discussion with similar stories of frustration. 272 more words

Social Media

So Many Channels – So Little Time

By: Deb Well
PAICR Board of Directors member
PAICR Member since 2006

In the beginning, there were three: Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. You had to decide which of these channels made sense for your firm, work with Compliance to form a process everyone was comfortable with, and then move forward. 602 more words

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