Interview With Entrepreneur Jason Hill, Ceo Of Music Money Mixtapes

Just ask. The great thing about the internet is it is all about connection. People out there like to help people and want to help each other out. So just ask and you’d be surprised at what you can learn.

A business diet simply put, is a means of effective time management. When you put yourself on a business diet, you must be very focused on the tasks you are performing during a specified time period. For example; I run a business on the computer from my home. When I was first building my online business I often found myself working 12 hour days with little to show for it. I was doing busy work, not accomplishing the tasks that would actually produce income. It was a matter of working harder, not smarter.

Research best practices. One of the best ways to get better at social media mangement is to watch what other successful businesses are doing and apply some of those best practices to your efforts. Do a little research on your own to find the best examples for your business to follow.

And why not extend your footprint and cherry-pick, with various tools? This also stops you from too much reliance on one application provider. Plus it gives you the all-important patient spread of programmed tweeting, which always needs a prudent approach to avoid the dreaded twitter De-Activation. So let’s look at how to get the best from each tool?

Your blog posts are a great place to communicate ideas to a broad audience. If you want to give readers more details about a product that you are promoting or an event or sale that is upcoming, then it is helpful to send out an email that will get the attention of your readers. Having an email list will make it simple for you to make these communications quickly.

Ditch the gadgets. Please, please, please do not have important conversations through e-mail, facebook, or texting. You should not even do them over the phone. It is much better to have these talks in person (see above, #3).

Steve Jobs was born in 1955 to two graduate student, Syrian political science professor Abdulfattah “John” Jandali and speech therapist Joanne Simpson. Unable to cope with raising a child, Simpson wanted to give Jobs up for adoption, and Jandali obliged. Shortly after he was placed for adoption, however, Jandali and Simpson married and had another child, Mona Simpson. Ah, the irony.

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