Book Review: DotCom Secrets: The Underground Playbook for Growing Your Company Online

One of the most popular books recommended on Entrepreneurs on Fire is DotCom Secrets: The Underground Playbook for Growing Your Company Online written by Russell Brunson. If you are interested in learning how to build a system to attract people through ads and turn them into customers, I strongly recommend this book. If for no other reason, you will gain a better idea of want an ad funnel is and how it should operate. Brunson is an expert at creating funnels. Continue reading

How to Use Pages to Watch for Facebook

If you’re running a business, it’s a good idea to keep an eye out on your competition and see how they are doing. One of the ways of doing this is inside of Facebook. Using Pages to Watch, you can list pages from your competitors or other fan pages that are inspirational. You can then get ideas and see what’s driving their traffic. So, let me show you how to do this. Continue reading

Book Review: Linked to Influence

LinkedIn is a powerful tool that can help you develop robust networks for your business. During a Social Media Marketing World presentation, Stephanie Sammons spoke about LinkedIn. It was during this presentation, I learned about her book Linked to Influence: 7 Powerful Rules for Becoming a Top Influencer in Your Market and Attracting Your Ideal Clients on LinkedIn*. I had to get a copy. I am always looking for new ideas or better ways to build my LinkedIn connections and use LinkedIn to communicate with my network. This book did not disappoint. Continue reading

Why I made the switch to Meet Edgar and what it can do for your business

If you are a small business owner and are wondering how to keep all the balls in the air, this may be a tool for you. I am a small business owner. Like many of you, I have a one person shop. I am trying to do all the normal things to run my business as well as develop a social media presence. I need an extra set of hands, but I don’t have the client base to hire someone new, not even a virtual assistant. So, I’ve been looking around for products to help me keep an active social media presence. Until recently I used two programs: Post Planner and Social Jukebox. They are both great programs, but they were doing different kinds of things. I needed something that would combine operations as well as save me money. The program I found is Meet Edgar. Continue reading

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