Category: Blog Post

3 Tips for Women Who Feel Left Behind in the Workplace

It’s no secret that a glass ceiling still exists for women in the workplace. If you’ve been experiencing stress related to feeling left behind in the workplace, there are certain ways that you can manage you’re feeling as well as your expectations at your job. Here are three tips if you are one of these…
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Are You Making One of These 6 Lethal Social Marketing Mistakes?

If you use it correctly, social media can be a powerful marketing tool. Social marketing allows you to reach a vast number of potential customers in a short period. Facebook alone has over 2 billion active users, according to Statista. The downside of social media is that there is intense competition to attract, engage and…
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3 Technologies That Can Make Project Management a Whole Lot Easier

Gone are the days of the filing cabinets. They have been replaced by laptops, computers, iPad’s, and other electronic devices. Gone are the days of snail-mail. They have been replaced by e-mail solutions. If this is the case, then why are you still using traditional project management methods? There are plenty of methods you can…
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3 Ways to Take Your Freelance Business to the Next Level

Congratulations on your new business! Whether you’re just starting out or experienced in freelance work, it doesn’t hurt to have a few pointers to bring you success. From advertising to taxes, it’s important to consider everything before creating your freelance business or trying to take it further in the market. We’ve put together a guide…
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Make Deposits To Build Trust

~by Haley Lynn Gray~ In my post about building relationships to build trust, I stated that you have to make deposits with people in order to build trust, and like. In most cases, people take a while to get to know each other. In a professional environment, you are putting people together who otherwise might…
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Managing Client Expectations

We’ve all been there: our best client calls asking for a sit-down regarding the last project or purchase. As a business owner, it’s a stomach-dropping moment; mind racing over the past delivery: Did we mess up? Did the product fail? Were we good enough? It’s never a happy ownership moment when the client initiates a…
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6 Most Annoying Myths about Women Entrepreneurs and Business Leaders

Women in business still face prejudices and clichés that their male counterparts don’t have to deal with. The good news is that many of these myths are already dying. Changing attitudes and new opportunities are giving female entrepreneurs and business leaders a chance to shine. As much as times have changes, there are some persistent…
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Social Media Tips for New Entreprenuers

~ by Haziqa Ishtiaq ~ Entrepreneurs or “solopreneurs,” top businesses or newbie startups, like PennySaviour, all need the power of social media to get their word across to the thousands of people in the world. We are not in the Stone Age anymore; we are in the world of the internet where it is possible to…
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How To Get Better Online Reviews

One of the most powerful ways to maintain your company’s reputation is through your online reviews. Positive customer reviews are a tool to build a loyal customer base, motivate new customers to check you out, and improve your presence in Google rankings. Engaging with your online reviews is an opportunity to start a conversation with…
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4 Things Every Business Owner Should Know About Workers’ Comp

Most states require businesses to have some form of worker’s compensation insurance. Every state has their own policies for workers comp, so the amount of coverage you need will vary from state to state. Usually, a worker’s compensation policy aims to ensure that your company doesn’t suffer legal damages in the event of an on-the-job…
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