Posts made in September, 2012

So I have More Friends on Facebook. Now what?

Posted by on Sep 25, 2012 in Blog, Facebook, Social Media | 0 comments

So I have More Friends on Facebook. Now what?

You finally got around to setting up your Facebook profile and have been furiously adding anyone who gives you the chance. You’ve accumulated hundreds of friends, and some you’re not even sure where they came from. That’s great, but if you’ve only been adding people you’re missing half of the work. The other part you need to do is engage those people to whom you’ve become connected. You need to build a real connection with those people. A relationship. How, you ask? Well, always be sure to respond to any comments they might make about your posts. When you do this, be sure to use...

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Hitting your target with H.I.I.T.

Posted by on Sep 18, 2012 in An Apple a Week, Blog | 0 comments

Hitting your target with H.I.I.T.

Are you trying to lose weight? Are you trying to improve your physical fitness? Are you tired of the same old same old at the gym? Do you feel a need to “kick it up a notch?” Does saving time appeal to you? If any of these are true then you might to consider trying High Intensity Interval Training. The concept is to kick up the demands on your body by a performing at the peak of your capacity for short bursts, doing a short working recovery and then ramping up your efforts again to elevate your heart rate to approximately 90% of your maximum heart rate (a good rule of thumb to determine...

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Write Brained: To Freelance or Not To Freelance?

Posted by on Sep 14, 2012 in Blog, Copywriting, Write Brained | 0 comments

Write Brained: To Freelance or Not To Freelance?

Copywriters have a lot of career options, despite what it may seem like. The two obvious choices are freelancing and not freelancing. Most copywriters are skilled enough to do either, but there are certain questions that come into play when deciding which path you’ll take. After all, as with all other life choices (except for whether or not to take that awesome Europe vacation), there is no right or wrong answer. It’s more a question of preference and priority. So, here are a few things to consider when deciding between freelancing or being company-tied. Freelancing Advantage: Work on...

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An Apple a Week: Quick Food Tips and Recommendations

Posted by on Sep 11, 2012 in An Apple a Week, Blog | 0 comments

An Apple a Week: Quick Food Tips and Recommendations

This week’s article is going to be short, sweet, and to the point. In between my day job, my wife, my rental properties, my housework, my schooling, and my work here with Greener Grass, I don’t have much “free time,” and I realize every minute saved goes a long way to making my life easier. I’m sure you also have a desire to make things easier on yourself. To that end, I want to share with you my tips and recommendations when it comes to eating well in a hurry: 1. CocoChia Bars – these are actually tasty and healthy! A little pricey and only available from one or two places,...

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Making Sales and Marketing Work As a Team

Posted by on Sep 10, 2012 in Blog, Traditional Marketing | 0 comments

Making Sales and Marketing Work As a Team

Consistency is the key to making sure these two sides of your business work together, like parts of a smooth machine. It is important to realize this and to instill in your staff that marketing does stop once a lead is captured and the sales side of the house steps into a transaction. If you can keep the same theme, message, and tone throughout the sales process, you ensure that you are creating a more professional, memorable, and positive experience. It is the creation of this buying experience that is the ultimate goal behind making a sale, and it is a gospel that must be preached...

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