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Bloggers beware!

Bloggers beware!

A warning for bloggers about ‘guest’ posts I don’t know if it’s just me, but every so often something happens during a working day that really gets to me and knocks me off balance. It could be in a nice way – like the day my article unexpectedly made it to the home page of […]

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Social media 101 for freelancers – Hootsuite
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Social media 101 for freelancers – Hootsuite

Greg Dillon is a freelance brand strategist who used Tweetdeck to manage Twitter for years, but recently had to change to Hootsuite. In today’s guest post Greg provides his social media 101 to get you set up on Hootsuite to connect with likeminded people and potential clients: Are you on Twitter? Are you tweeting? Are […]

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Social media round-up

Social media round-up

The latest from home workers on social media We’ve been talking about pets a lot on social media lately, about the help with home working they provide, although Andrea Bonacker’s childhood rabbit wouldn’t have made the ideal coworker – she commented on the Facebook photo of Rudolph the home office rabbit ‘Aah, Rudolph is lovely […]

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Should you be on a digital diet?

Follow a digital diet for a healthy mind! The internet and social media are wonderful tools for connecting people all over the globe, but do you ever think wistfully of the days when your business life didn’t seem dominated by the need to have an online presence on Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Tumblr and all the […]

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Home workers on social media

Home workers on social media

Today I’m once again putting my magazine reading to good use by shamelessly copying a feature idea (see A home working day in snacks for another instance). I often get lots of feedback to a blog post from home workers on social media, so when I spotted Coast Magazine’s little feature at the end of […]

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