Monthly Archives: May 2011

If You’re New Around Here…

Hello to anyone who has just come across from She Knows Parenting where I contributed to an article by Deanna Slettern. I blog about small business help and copywriting on this website. Please feel free to check out past posts. … Continue reading

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How to Ensure that Your Message is Understood

This week I have an extra teenager in the house: a French exchange student. She has been here for one night and is obviously finding the whole situation very strange as she does not speak a lot of English. There … Continue reading

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Should You Start Your Own Home-Based Business?

  Many people have job uncertainty at the moment and the option of working from home begins to look more attractive. You can’t fire yourself and the prospect of giving yourself a disciplinary warning seems unlikely!   Joking aside, however, … Continue reading

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Does the Google Panda Update Spell the End for Duplicate Content?

Remember the Google algorithm, now nicknamed ‘Panda’ which was rolled out in March to the USA and now last month to the rest of the world? The implementation of the algorithm has caused much interest in internet marketers and some … Continue reading

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Some Ideas for When Running a Small Business Gets Tough

I loved the Royal Wedding last Friday. The family sat down together to enjoy the day. The bride was beautiful, the dress was gorgeous, the groom was handsome in his uniform and the bridesmaids were cute. The bride and groom … Continue reading

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