Travel and Tourism Promotion Boosts The Bottom Line

I recently drove to Northern California; the East Bay and South Bay areas of San Francisco. Don’t ask me why I chose to drive 12 hours instead of boarding a plane. It was a grueling drive because I was the only driver. I think I’m done with road trips for some time. I did contribute […]

Writers Recharge Your Creative Battery

Writers have a tendency to get “stuck” in their writing. It’s recommended that you take breaks when you write, but this may not be enough. You may have to schedule a short road trip to recharge those writing batteries! Freelance writers can have many clients or work with one or two steady clients. They’re constantly […]

Automate Twitter Promotion and Marketing with Tweet Adder

Small business owners who don’t want to spend a lot of time on social media sites such as Twitter, may be interested in purchasing Tweet Adder. It’s not the cheapest software on the market, but it could help you grow your business. Getting web traffic to your website can be a daunting task if you […]

The Who’s Who’s on Who and That

As a freelance writer, I often check myself to make sure that I use certain words properly such as “who and that.” I recently wrote a personal statement for JFK University and had to look this one up. I had a “gut instinct” that I was using ‘who’ correctly, but wanted to make sure. Apparently, […]

The Art of Networking — The Dont’s

In the previous post, The Art of Networking, I covered The Do’s. Now it’s time to look at the The Dont’s of networking. Many small business owners don’t network effectively and end up frustrated because they don’t receive the results or referrals they’re looking for. Networking is really an art form. If it’s not done […]