Donna Reade

QuickBooks Online Consulting & Bookkeeping

7 Steps to Start Building Your Online Presence

 

Strategize – What are Your Goals?
It is important to understand what your business goals are both short term and long term. As you start to build and grow your online presence you should always be asking yourself how each of your efforts online are helping you take a step towards your business goals. Write Them Down!
That way when you are checking back on what you are doing online; the way you are spending your time, creating social profile and joining online communities you want to make sure so that it is helping you move forward.

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What does an Online Presence actually mean?

Online presenceIn working with my clients and conducting workshops every week I am always asked about how I get people to read and comment on my articles in addition to growing my audience. My answer is always “I just decided to start”. After digging deeper into their question I have learned that they are confused by what an online presence actually means.

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Generation Z: A Tough Crowd to Please – Connected from Birth

Genertion ZOne day my daughter informed me she needed a new pair of running shoes. So I was dreading going down to the local sporting goods store to have her pick something out. I already had a busy day planned. It turns out that she had been doing research, reading reviews and seeing which stores had the best price. We ended up ordering the shoes online with free shipping. She opened my eyes to how her generation – Generation Z – is making buying decisions.

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Multi-tasking Is Killing Your Productivity

multi tasking 1Is your day filled with driving while returning business phone calls? Do you switching gears multiple times between projects? Do you stop for interruptions such as responding to emails or taking calls and then starting back up again only to forget where it was you left off?

It wasn’t long ago when people were consistently praised for multi-tasking. Moving back and forth between tasks actually wastes productivity. What multitasking does is slow you down. In most cases it takes longer to finish two projects at the same time than it would if you had finished them separately.

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